These two wood fired pieces were recently juried into "2019 International Ceramics Competition", being held at The Center for Contemporary Art, located in Bedminster, NJ. This exhibition had over 400 submissions, with 52 being selected. It opens November 8th and runs through December 21st.
These five wood fired guinomi are being exhibited in "Cup: The Intimate Object XV",
being held at Charlie Cummings Gallery, 2040 NW 6th Street, Gainsville,
FL. The exhibition opens on October 5th and runs through October 31st.
There will be an opening reception on Friday evening, October 4th, from
6:00 - 9:00. The show will go online Saturday, October 5th, starting at
12 noon. www.charliecummingsgallery.com
I will be exhibiting in a group show, April 25 - May 26th, 2019, entitled
"Rough Stuff: A Celebration of Wild Surface". This exhibition will be at
Cavin-Morris Gallery, located at 210 Eleventh Avenue, Suite 201, New
York, NY. These are two wood fired pieces that I will have in this show:
I have been invited to exhibit in Schaller Gallery's (Saint Joseph, MI) upcoming exhibition "Sushi, Sake, Tea", which opens this coming April. My work will include three small sushi plates paired with chopsticks rests, four sake cups, and one sake flask. These are two of the pieces that will be shown. www.schallergallery.com
I am always pleased when I have the opportunity to exhibit in my native state of North Carolina, especially if it is where I lived for many years of my life, those two being Greenville, and the Robbins/Seagrove vicinity. This wood fired piece will be shown in the "Art of Clay", at the North Carolina Pottery Center, Seagrove, NC. The exhibition is in conjunction with the North Carolina Pottery Conference, and runs March 3rd - June 15th, 2019. An opening reception is scheduled for Sunday, March 3rd, 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm, and the public is invited to attend.
I am pleased to be curating my third sake vessels exhibition, this one being showcased at The Stratford Gallery in the UK. The exhibition will be titled, "The Sake Vessel: Contemporary Interpretations", and is slated to open mid-November of this year (2019). It will include 35 ceramicists from six countries, and there are plans to publish a full color exhibition catalog.