Fort Hays State University's Linda Ganstrom, professor of art, has various pieces of art on exhibit.
Throughout the month of May, the 19th Annual Feats of Clay in Lincoln, CA, will show "Quan Yin: Protectress of Children" at the Gladding McBean Terra Cotta Factory.
Traveling for the next two years, the "Quan Yin's Prayer Rattle" piece was shown at the 2006 International Orton Cone Box Show at Baker University in Baldwin City.
She also had work in "Fabulous Foods," an exhibition on the theme of food, the Sandzen Memorial Gallery in Lindsborg.
"Breaking the Mold" featured work from Ganstrom and several advanced and graduate students in ceramics at Dodge City Community College.
Ganstrom recently had two works accepted into the Smoky Hill Art Exhibition at the Hays Arts Council along with work from other FHSU faculty and students. The exhibit runs until June 2.
"Rapunzel's DNA Ladder" was accepted into the Crafts National 40 exhibit at State College, Pennsylvania State University, to run from June 6 to July 21.