The following wood fired cups were recently selected for exhibition in "The Almighty Cup", being held at Gandee Gallery, 7846 Main Street, Fabius, NY. This exhibition runs October 3rd - November 22nd, 2015.
These three wood fired chawan (tea bowls) are en route to Belgium for the "17th International Chawan Expo", being held September 12 - 20th, at Abbey of Hemiksem, Sint-Bernardusabdij, Hemiksem, Belgium.
It is a pleasure to have one of my wood fired vessels exhibited in "East Carolina University School of Art and Design Alumni Exhibition". I grew up in Greenville, NC, where ECU is located, and it is where I attended undergraduate school to study Art. Of the four venues exhibiting this alumni show, it is personally gratifying that my piece will be on exhibit in the Greenville Museum of Art. This is a building I passed by, and visited, many, many times during my childhood. An honor, indeed!
This is the tokkuri (sake flask) that will be on exhibit, along with its tomobako (wooden storage box)...
The East Carolina University SOAD Alumni Exhibition will be held in Greenville, NC, September 4 - 26, 2015.
The opening reception will be held at four venues: Wellington B. Gray Gallery, Greenville Museum of Art, Emerge Gallery at the Pitt County Arts Council, and the Faulkner Gallery at Joyner Library on Friday, September 4th from 5:00-8:00pm as part of Uptown Greenville’s ArtWalk.
I have received the final proof of my catalog page for the"17th International Chawan Expo", being held at Abbey of Hemiksem, Sint-Bernardusabdij, Hemiksem, Belgium. The dates are September 12 - 20th, 2015.
The two wood fired pieces shown below are among several chosen for inclusion in "The Cup Show: The Hudgens1st National Juried and Invitational Cup Exhibition". On view from July 14th through September, 19th, it is being showcased at Hudgens Center for the Arts, 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth, GA. Telephone: (770) 623-6002.
The June issue (Netherlands) of Mels Boom's digital publicationDe kleine K, “Ceramic Inspirations”, has an article about my work and forming method of kurinuki, which can be found on pages 11-14, and 31-32. Its a PDF, and can be downloaded at www.dekleinek.nl/ .
I will be participating in Weyrich Gallery's "Anagama Ceramic Artists: Jack Troy, Rob Barnard, Lucien Koonce, Susan Kotulak, Kevin Crowe". This is one of two segments of a larger exhibition entitled, "Echos of Nature". There will be a pre-view artist reception on Friday, June 5th, 5:00 - 8:30 PM. The exhibition runs June 6th through July 24th, 2015. Weyrich Gallery is located at 2935-D Louisiana, NE, Alburquerque, NM. Telephone: (505) 883-7410. Below are a few of the wood fired pieces I have in this show...