Exposure: January 2017

Epics, Myths and Fables

at Meyer Gallery (www.meyergallery.com) in Park City, Utah, through February 1.

 

1 Jeff Irwin’s Jumping Deer Trophy, 39 in. (99 cm) in height, earthenware, glaze, 2014.

2 Ben Ahlvers’ Mickey Has Grown Up a Cow, terra cotta, glaze, 2016.

3 Russell Wrankle’s Conjuring the Buzzard, 11 in. (28 cm) in height, ceramic, glaze, 2016.

 

 

Proximity: Assembled Pots

at Pottery Northwest (potterynorthwest.org) in Seattle, Washington, January 6–28.

 

1 Zak Helenske’s Five Jars, 7 in. (18 cm) in height, terra cotta, nichrome wire, 2016.

 

Craft Forms 2016

at Wayne Art Center (www.wayneart.org) in Wayne, Pennsylvania, through January 28.

 

1 Carly Van Anglen and David Ferro’s Cloud Jar, 12½ in. (32 cm) in height, ceramic, majolica glaze.

2 Mimi L. Logothetis’ Limb, 26 in. (66 cm) in length, handbuilt clay, printed slip.

 

1st Contemporary Artistic Pottery Biennial

at Central Gallery (www.cecut.gob.mx) in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, through February.

 

1 Javier del Cueto Funes’ Fragmentos de su Imán, 20 in. (50 cm) in length, refractory clay, wheel thrown, faceted, modeled, carved, 2015. Photo: Estefany Maya.

2 Gabriela Escárcega Langarica’s Libertad Amenazada, 20 in. (50 cm) in length, low-fired ceramic, copper oxide engobe, metal, 2016. Photo: Estefany Maya.

 

 

Norbert Prangenberg Sculpture

at Galerie Karsten Greve (www.galerie-karsten-greve.com) in Cologne, Germany, through January 7.

 

1 Norbert Prangenberg’s Figur, 3 ft. 3 in. (1 m) in width, glazed terra cotta, 1997.

 

A la carte: from the studio to the table

at The Dinnerware Museum (www.dinnerwaremuseum.org) in Ann Arbor, Michigan, January 9 through February 18.

1 Steven Godfrey’s Magpie Salt Cellar with Spoon, 6 in. (15 cm) in length, porcelain, yellow celadon glaze, 2015.

2 Marie Woo’s bowl, 5 in. (13 cm) in diameter, glazed porcelain, ca. 1990.

3 Brigitte Lang’s dinnerware set with fruit motif, 10½ in. (27 cm) in diameter, stoneware, glaze, fired in a gas kiln to cone 10 in reduction, 2015.

4 Gerry Eskin’s shallow celadon bowl, 10¾ in. (27 cm) in diameter, porcelain, celadon glaze.

5 Chris Staley’s Flower’s Return, 7 in. (18 cm) in height, porcelain, stoneware, glazed, 2009.

 

10th International Texas Teapot Tournament

at Tea+Art (www.teaplusart.com) in Houston, Texas, through January 28.

 

1 CJ Niehaus’ My Mother’s Button Box, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, porcelain.

Artists Choose Artists

at Parrish Art Museum (parrishart.org) in Water Mill, New York, through January 16.

1, 2 Toni Ross’ April 13, installation view and detail, 23 ft. 6 in. (7.2 m) in length, stoneware, slip, gold leaf, 2016. Photo: Jenny Gorman Photography.

 

Coille Hooven: Tell It By Heart

at Museum of Arts and Design (madmuseum.org) in New York, New York, through February 5.

 

1 Coille Hooven’s Hookah Animals, porcelain. Photo: Ferrol Mertes.

2 Coille Hooven’s Puppy Pie, porcelain. Photo: Ferrol Mertes.

3 Coille Hooven’s Swan Song, porcelain, 1979.

 

 

 

Monumental Sculptures and Convention

at Surrey Art Gallery (surrey.ca/artgallery) in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, through April.

 

1 Keith Rice-Jones’ Reflection, 6 ft. 3 in. (2 m) in height, stoneware, glaze, 2015. Courtesy of Surrey Art Gallery.

 

Hot, Hotter, Hottest: 300 Years of New Jersey Ceramics

at Newark Museum (www.newarkmuseum.org) in Newark, New Jersey.

 

1 Philip Durell’s dish, 13¾ in. (35 cm) in diameter, slab-formed redware with incised decoration, applied slip, clear lead glaze, 1793.

2 William Young’s pitcher,11¾ in. (30 cm) in length, slip-cast porcelain, clear lead glaze, 1853.

3 Conrad Haidle & Co.’s two-gallon crock with floral design, 10 in. (25 cm) in diameter, thrown stoneware, cobalt slip, salt glaze, 1871–75.

 

 

Made with Love

at the Craft Centre and Design Gallery (www.craftcentreleeds.co.uk) in Leeds, West Yorkshire, through March 11.

1 Meghan Downs’ small ceramic vessel, 5½ in. (14 cm) in height, white earthenware clay, slip, brushwork, ceramic transfers, fired to 2012°F (1100°C).

2 Kirsti Hannah Brown’s seascape bottles, 10 in. (25 cm) in height, Scarva Earthstone smooth textured stoneware, barium glaze, fired to 2282°F (1250°C), 2016.

3 Meghan Downs’ large terracotta vessel, 10 in. (25 cm) in height, terracotta clay, slip, mono printing and sgraffito, fired to 2012°F (1100°C).

 


Subscriber Extras: Images

Epics, Myths and Fables

at Meyer Gallery (www.meyergallery.com) in Park City, Utah, through February 1.

 

Adrian Arleo’s Diana/Artemis, sculpture.

Adrian Arleo’s Constellation, teapot.

 

 

1st Contemporary Artistic Pottery Biennial

at Central Gallery (www.cecut.gob.mx) in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, through February.

 

Lourdes Huerta Gálvez’ Ciudad en movimiento, sculpture.

Arturo Jiménez Illescas’ Argo Navis 2.0, sculpture.

 

 

Yoshida Yoshihiko: Works and His Collections

at Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu (www.cpm-gifu.jp), in Gifu, Japan, until February 14, 2016.

 

Front: Norbert Prangenberg’s Figur. Back: Norbert Prangenberg’s Bild 08.02.2004.

Norbert Prangenberg’s Figur, sculpture.

 

Made with Love

at the Craft Centre and Design Gallery (www.craftcentreleeds.co.uk) in Leeds, West Yorkshire, through March 11.

Kirsti Hannah Brown’s Pebble vessels.

Meghan Downs’ vessels.

Meghan Downs’ vessels.

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