A new artist has joined BOJUart’s featured artist roster

An example of Lindenberger's work: White and Turquoise Porcelain Scaled Vessel. Porcelain, approximately 4 x 4 inches (Southside Daily/courtesy of Beth Lindenberger)
An example of Lindenberger’s work: White and Turquoise Porcelain Scaled Vessel. Porcelain, approximately 4 x 4 inches (Southside Daily/courtesy of Beth Lindenberger)

VIRGINIA BEACH — Ceramic artist Beth Lindenberger joined the BOJUart gallery’s featured artist roster, bringing her work into both the gallery and online e-gallery.

Lindenberger’s ceramic sculpture’s forms and surfaces are based on microscopic organisms and objects of pro-generation, according to BOJUart officials.

Cells, seeds and the pods are the connection to the continuation of a species in Lindenberger’s work.

She is a studio artist and education primarily working in clay, creating sculptural ceramic forms, officials noted.

Lindenberger has been working in clay for more than 30 years and has shown her work in various exhibitions nationally.

BOJUart donates a portion of each piece sold to this artist’s cause, which in Lindenberger’s case is the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore.

All work exhibited is available for sale at the gallery, online or by phone.

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