I have been invited to be part of the exhibition"Shibori/Tokkuri: Virtuosity and Chance in Two Art Forms", being shown at The Island Gallery, located in Bainbridge Island, WA. The opening will be Friday, May 4th, 2018. These are two wood fired kurinuki sake flasks that I will be exhibiting...
I am thrilled to have been awarded a residency at STARworks
for this summer 2018. Not only will I be back in my old stomping grounds…I
lived in the Seagrove, NC area for 18 years…but I will have the time and space
to work on new ceramic endeavors, utilizing the native NC wild clays that are
This wood fired vase was recently selected for exhibition in "Contemporary Clay 2018", being held at The Western Colorado Center for the Arts, Grand Junction, CO. The exhibition runs May 11th - June 23rd, 2018.
This wood fired sake cup was recently selected for exhibition in"Atmospheric", a show dedicated to both vessel-based and sculptural works fired in atmospheric firing types, i.e. wood, reduction, raku, pit, or salt/soda. It is being held at the Clay Center of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, and runs May 4th through the 26th, 2018.
It is a pleasure to be exhibiting in "The Teabowl: East and West", being held at Lacoste Gallery, Concord, MA. This exhibition showcases an international grouping of tea bowls, and runs March 01 - March 30, 2018. These are the two wood fired kurinuki chawan I have in this show... www.lacostegallery.com
Last evening (03-01-2018), Dr. Bonnie Kenske (UK), artist, writer, and
author of “The Tea Bowl: East and West”, presented the first of several gallery
lectures here in the US at Lacoste Gallery (Concord, MA). I was unable to
attend, but did watch it on the live Face Book stream, and what a pleasant surprise
to see my chawan flash up on the screen!
The wood fired piece shown below was selected for exhibition
in the"22nd San Angelo (TX) National
Ceramic Competition", San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, which runs
April 20th - June 24th, 2018. The juror, Peter Held, selected 111 works by 103
artists from a total of 865 pieces submitted.