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Ardmore Exhibition & Sale @ Pascoe Gallery

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After months of events all over the country, we’re finally excited to bring things down to Miami with a special event at our very own Pascoe Gallery this Thursday. For one day only, enjoy a special exhibition featuring Ardmore artist Fiso Radebe visiting from South Africa for an intimate painting demonstration and discussion about the beauty of Ardmore Ceramics. This is also the perfect opportunity for buyers to browse our latest shipment of Ardmore just in from South Africa. We guarantee this will be a very fun event you won't want to miss!  

Date & Time

November 16th, 2017

10AM-6PM

Complimentary refreshments will be served.

More About Fiso Radebe:

Fiso Radebe is one of Ardmore’s bright young stars. He is a talented ceramic artist and will be demonstrating his skills at the Pascoe Gallery in Cincinnati on November 16

Fiso was introduced to Ardmore by his friend and now fellow artist, Qiniso Mungwe, who told him about his love for creating ceramic art. In 2015, he attended Ardmore’s first Winter School for aspiring artists from the local community. Fiso made a great impression on Fée Halsted, Ardmore’s founder and creative director and he was asked to join the studio to train as a painter. In Fiso’s words: “Here I am at Ardmore, the most wonderful place with the most amazing people who believe in team work like I do, who made me believe that together we can achieve more.”

Fiso was born in Pietermaritzburg in 1990 and was raised by his mother who worked hard to educate her son. He started a mechanical engineering degree in Durban but his studies were cut short by the death of his mother which caused financial difficulties. He was working as a hotel barman when he discovered Ardmore. 

Fiso’s bright and friendly personality and his excellent command of English and African languages have made him very valuable as a guide for visitors to Ardmore’s studio and gallery in the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal. This is Fiso’s first overseas visit and he is looking forward to meeting American fans of Ardmore.