Cedar Creek Gallery has hosted this show every three years for the past twenty-six years. Some of the past participants include Bennett Bean, Lanny Bergner, Silvie Granatelli, John Jordan, Fred Johnston, Carol Gentithes, Jen Swearington, Steven Hill, Patrick Horsley, Michael Kehs, Peter Pinnell, Garrett Keisling and Noi Volkov. Over the years, we have developed quite a following of teapot collectors now awaiting the opening of this show.
Although every show is special in its own right, this year’s showing is especially significant as it leads into the 50th anniversary of the gallery. Marking the first kiln opening in 1968 this upcoming fall, we will be celebrating five decades of creating, showcasing and supporting fine craft. Started by two potters, Sid and Pat Oakley, Cedar Creek Gallery has stood the test of time by maintaining its high standard of supporting artisans from all over North America and connecting the public to quality, hand-crafted treasures. Annual festivals and shows like this one contribute to the ongoing narrative that art is necessary to a healthy, happy community and enriches the lives of all those who come across it.
List of the participating artists coming soon!
Gallery * Café * Pottery Studio
For the first time, my work is invited to be a part of their 11th Annual Invitational Teapot show. I am looking forward to seeing it!
Address: 2955 Central Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL 33713
Phone: (727) 323-2787
May 6- July 1, 2017
(opening reception May 5th, 6-8)
People of Color. People of Clay.
An exhibition focusing on ceramic artists of color, wherein selected artists are then asked to invite two more artists of their choosing to be in the show. This system will allow artists to pay homage to their mentors or can shine a light onto an unknown and emerging talent.
5707 Smith Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209 |P 410.578.1919|F email@example.com
9am - 12pm: Hand-built teapot workshop (hands on)
1 - 2pm: Artist Talk following lunch
2 - 3pm: Wet surface decoration techniques demonstration
Stray Cat Studio
507 Seventh Ave., Beaver Falls, PA 15010, (724) 494-9347
18 Hands Gallery (formally in TX) will be presenting a wide line up of their representing ceramic artists' work at NCECA Expo section during NCECA Portland in March 2017. My work will be a part of their presentation, please stop by if you are going to participate NCECA in Portland!
The list of the participating artists coming soon!
Exhibition dates are Tuesday March 21- Saturday March 25
Reception date is Friday March 24, 5-9pm
Hours of operation are TUES - SAT 11 - 7, Wednesday open early at 10 am for NCECA bus tours, Friday open late until 9pm for reception
Redux Boutique, just a few blocks down the street from the Portland Convention Center and near Ash Street Project. The exhibition will be installed in the shop’s two large 4’ x 8’ window front spaces. Street view on Google Maps shows the venue pretty well, if you’d like to see it.
Redux is located at 811 East Burnside #110, Portland, Oregon 97214
Venue Phone: (503) 231 - 7336
Website is www.reduxpdx.com
Leanne McClurg Cambric, David Swenson, Shoko Teruyama, Sue Tirrell, Ted Vogel, Yoko Sekino-Bove, Ayumi Horie, Donna Polseno, Jessica Brandl, Julia Galloway, Betsy Williams, Caroline Douglas, Diana Fayt, Jenny Mendes, Karen Newgard, Kip O’Krongly, Kristen Kieffer, Matthew Krousey, Melissa Mencini, Michaelene Walsh, Molly Cantor, Peter Morgan, Shawn Ireland, Arthur Halvorsen
My sincere thank you to the one and only Birdie Boone, for coming up with the idea, put the plan together, and organizing everything for the show. You are the best!
The links and photos coming up soon
11/18/2016 - 12/24/2016
Featuring 30 artists showing their version of the "American Coffee Cup"
Kurt Anderson, Andrew Avakian, Ben Bates, Hayne Bayless, H.P. Bloomer, Karl Borgeson, Jessica Brandl, Wayne Branum, Billy Cho, David Crane, Victoria Christen, Bede Clarke, A Blair Clemo, David Crane, Nick Devries, Josh Deweese, Susan Dewsnap, katy Drijber, Paul Eshelman, Maggie Finlayson, Stuart Gair, Perry Haas, Steve Hansen, Kenyon Hansen, Wesley Harvey, Mike Helke, Autumn Higgins, Steven Hill, Shawn Ireland, Tom Jaszczak, Kyle Johns, Sam Johnson, Rob Kolhouse, Matthew Krouosey, Justin Lambert, Heeso Lee, Simon Levin/Kenyon Hansen, Brenda Lichman, Shadow May, Lorna Meaden, Didem Mert, Mark Nafziger, Ted Neal, Brandon Phillips, Lindsay Rogers, Audrey Rosulek, Yoko Sekino-Bove, Shoko Teruyama and Sue Tirrell,
Objective Clay is a collective of twelve ceramic artists that developed out of the Utilitarian Clay Symposium at Arrowmont back in the fall of 2012. Each member invited one ceramic artist for this year's Holiday Show, it will be an amazing presentation of twenty four ceramic artists. Ms. Kip O'Krongly invited me to be a part of the exciting event. They are organizing to have Instagram updates to introduce the artists every week from September to December, you will have a chance to see not only the finished work images but also their studios, pieces in progress, events in their lives, and other fun images. Hashtags are #ocholidayshow2016, and #objectiveclay, you can check their Facebook account as well.
The link for their website: http://objectiveclay.com/
"Open Secret" solo exhibition at be Galleries, Pittsburgh
be Galleries (Borelli-Edwards Galleries)
3583 Butler Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15201 (Lawrenceville)
412.687.2606 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Tuesday - Friday 11 - 6, Saturday 11 - 5,
other times by appointment
CRAFTED: CERAMIC TABLEWARE
An invitational feature celebrating functional ceramics
CRAFTED is an invitational feature celebrating functional ceramics around the holiday season. This will be the fourth year we've run the program and we are hoping for another successful year! Last year, SCC visitors were excited to see a broader range of artist made ceramic tableware from cups and platters, to pitchers and baking dishes, etc., and we will continue to include a wide selection this year as well. The special feature will start on November 4, 2016 and run throughout the holiday season.
Society for Contemporary Craft
Stephanie Sun | The Store | 2100 Smallman Street | Pittsburgh, PA 15222
tel 412.261.7003 x 16 | fax 412.261.1941 | contemporarycraft.org
Art of the Cup and Teapot Spotlight
Since 2008, the Ogden Museum has presented Art of the Cup, featuring two cups each by selected Southern ceramicists. For the third year, we are also welcoming artists to submit a teapot (which is not necessarily required to form a set with the cups entered) for our accompanying exhibit, Teapot Spotlight. Few objects span cultures, time periods, rituals, and daily uses like the teapot and cup.
Prominently installed on the third and fourth floors of the Ogden Museum, Art of the Cup and Teapot Spotlight was viewed by over 24,000 visitors last year, and is an annual favorite because the cups are for sale (available for pick-up or delivery upon exhibition closing.)
Art of the Cup and Teapot Spotlight opens on Thursday, September 1, 2016 and closes on Tuesday, December 6, 2016. We hope you will be a part of this year’s Art of the Cup and join us for an opening reception on Thursday, September 1 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. during our weekly live music series, Ogden After Hours.
Ogden Museum of Southern Art 925 Camp Street
New Orleans, LA 70130 504-539-9633
Place: Touchstone Center for Crafts, Farmington, PA
Date: July 25 - 29
Title: Introduction to Japanese Aesthetics in Everyday Pots
skill level: open to all (no previous experience required)
Traditional Japanese pottery has had a strong influence on American ceramics. Some Japanese pottery terms such as Chawan (bowl), Yunomi (daily tea drinking cup), and Kyusu (teapot) have become known in the United States. But do we really know what’s what, how it’s used, and why? And how can we utilize that knowledge to enrich our own life and creations? Japanese pottery offers an opportunity to reflect on the function and aesthetics of daily life. In this workshop, we will learn the historical origins of the Japanese designs, and explore the forms while examining the possibilities. Both wheel-thrown and hand-building techniques will be employed for various subjects.
For more information, please contact Touchstone Center for Crafts at http://www.touchstonecrafts.org/
Latvia International Ceramics Biennale | Martinsons Award
The event is aimed to develop and strengthen the role of contemporary ceramic art in Latvia and the region, as well as to commemorate Peteris Martinsons (1931-2013), the best renowned Latvian ceramist who in 2016, would celebrate his 85th birthday anniversary. Since 2013, Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre holds the largest selection of artworks by Peteris Martinsons in its Contemporary Ceramics Collection.
Major events of the Latvia International Ceramics Biennale will take place in Daugavpils, Latvia, on 15th – 22nd July, 2016. Several exhibitions of contemporary ceramics, as well as conference, lectures, performances and other activities will be held during the Biennale. The key event will be ‘Martinsons Award’ - the biannual international competition implemented within the Latvia International Ceramics Biennale.
LATVIA INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS BIENNALE, July 15-22, 2016
‘MARTINSONS AWARD’ INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION, July 15 – September 10, 2016
Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre Mihaila str. 3
My work is included in the exhibition of "Martinsons award" exhibition and shown during the Biennale in Latvia.
My husband/metalsmith Jim and Bove and I are invited to participate to the annual " Elementos à Solta (Art Meets Nature) craft festival/residency at Cerdeira Village in Portugal for two weeks in July 2016. This residency offers the access to their ceramic studio, a room, and the participation to the festival. We are very excited to visit Portugal for the first time, and to learn how they make ceramics there.
Dowstudio will open Friday June 3, with our opening reception on Sunday June 5th.
For more information, please contact the gallery at their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Dowstudio-373741869309958/
The Clay Studio: 100 Cups at the National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts Conference (NCECA)
The Clay Studio: 100 Cups will explore the mentor / mentee relationships amongst makers. The display will encourage conversation on the intersecting nature of makers while providing access to the work of artists both new and established. The opportunity to compare form, weight, surface and design of these cups will be an incredible opportunity for all NCECA attendees.
Each artist will send 10 cups.
One cup per artist will be displayed in the booth.
Once a cup is purchased it will be replaced with another cup by the same artist.
All cups will be packaged with a card about the maker.
The Clay Studio will produce a book highlighting participating artists and their work. The content will include biographical information, statements from the artist, and 100 full color images representative of each artist’s work. It is our goal that this book be used as a teaching tool or personal reference guide for students, artists and collectors.
The Clay Studio will offer digital access to the book through a website, making all the information accessible for free.
Kansas City Convention Center, Hall D (Bartle Hall – Level 3)
Tuesday, March 16 to Friday, March 19th, 2016, 9am to 6pm (3pm on Friday)
Features displays of extraordinary works in clay-- functional, decorative and sculptural-- all of which are available for purchase by visitors. The galleries involved create a unique opportunity to experience and acquire works that might not otherwise be available in the conference region.
18 Hands Gallery will present my functional work with the fellow ceramic artists' work at Gallery Expo. The event is free to open to public, please stop by to see if you are in the neighborhood.
Archie Bray Foundation Resident Exhibition at Belger Crane Yard Gallery/Red Star Studios in Kansas City, Missouri, March 4th to the end of May 2016.
The public opening is Friday, March 4th, 2016. The NCECA reception is scheduled for Friday, march 18th, 5-8:30pm.
The Arts Council of Martin County will be hosting "Earth to Table: The Art of Functional Ceramics" at its Court House Cultural Center Gallery in Stuart, Florida, from Feb. 19th to April 9th, 2016. Each artist will present a single place setting of dishes for the table and five drinking vessels, plus any other serving accessories if the artist desires.
道 (Michi) - Distinctive Paths, Shared Affinity: An Exhibition of Japanese American Ceramic Artists
1. Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD
5707 Smith Ave, Baltimore, MD 21209
Exhibition dates: January 9 - March 5, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, January 8, 6-8pm
2. University of Central Missouri Gallery of Art and Design, Warrensburg, MO
NCECA Concurrent Exhibition
217 East Clark St, Warrensburg, MO64093
Exhibition dates: March 14 - March 31, 2016
Closing Reception: Thursday, March 31 from 3-5pm
3. Bowling Green State University, Fine Arts Center Lobby, Bowling Green, OH
1000 Fine Arts Center, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH 43403
Exhibition dates: April 22 - August 2, 2016
Opening Reception: TBD
4. Carleton College, Perlman Teaching Museum, Northfield, MN
Weitz Center for Creativity, 320 Third Street, Northfield, MN 55057
Exhibition dates: September 16 - November 16, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, September 16, 2016. 7pm lecture by curators Yoshi Fujii & Juliane Shibata.
"The Michi exhibit is supported by the Embassy of Japan in the United States of America."
Yoshi Fujii, Hiroe Hanazono, Ayumi Horie, Mika Negishi Laidlaw, Keisuke Mizuno, Megumi Naitoh, Nobuhito Nishigawara, Hiroshi Ogawa, Shoji Satake, Yoko Sekino- Bové, Juliane Shibata, Esther Shimazu, Ryan Takaba, Shoko Teruyama, Patti Warashina, & Shumpei Yamaki.
Barbara Glynn Prodaniuk
Eileen de Rosas
Three Wheel Studio, 436 Wickenden St, Providence, RI 02903
Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana, was founded in 1951. Ever since then, they have been hosting a wide variety of residencies for ceramic artists and supporting the clay community relentlessly.
I am awarded an opportunity to stay and work there for about 5 weeks from September to October in 2015 as one of the short term residents. This will be my first time to visit Archie Bray, which was on my dream list. My residency proposal is to explore medium scale porcelain sculptures, away from the pottery wheel while I am there. This will be a great adventure, I appreciate the foundation for giving me the opportunity. The reports of this residency will be posted on the blog section of the website, during and after the residency.