Indigo Cristol: Resident Artist Exit Show
at Bredin-Lee Gallery (www.facebook.com/BredinLee) in Kansas City, Missouri, June 4–July 2.
1 Indigo Cristol’s Cloud Cocktail Cup, 6 in. (15 cm) in height, handbuilt porcelain, epoxy, fired to cone 6, 2021.
Sasha Koozel Reibstein
at Duane Reed Gallery (www.duanereedgallery.com) in St. Louis, Missouri, July 1–31.
1 Sasha Koozel Reibstein’s Transcend, 13½ in. (34 cm) in height, ceramic, 22-karat gold luster, 2021.
Emilie Taylor: May Day, May Day, May Day
at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum (www.ragm.co.uk) in Rugby, UK, through July 10.
1 Emilie Taylor’s May Day, May Day, 31½ in. (80 cm) in height, handbuilt stoneware, slip, oxide, luster, 2020. Photo: Karina Lax.
at the International Museum of Dinnerware Design (www.dinnerwaremuseum.org) in Ann Arbor, Michigan, through August 28.
1 Nancy Bulkley’s breakfast set, to 8 in. (20 cm) in diameter, porcelain, 2020.
2 Dganit Moreno’s Contrasts, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, porcelain, underglazes, glaze, 2020.
3 Carrie Ohm’s Breakfast Cloud Platter, 6½ in. (17 cm) in length, porcelain, glaze, fired to cone 6 in oxidation, 2021.
4 Ursula Hargens’ toast rack, 8 in. (20 cm) in length, earthenware, 2021. Photo: Peter Lee.
5 Linda Sikora’s Beverage, Biscuits, Berries, Bouquet, Branch, to 10 in. (25 cm) in length, stoneware, porcelain, underglaze, glaze, salt fired, 2020. Photo: Brian Oglesbee.
2021 San Angelo Ceramic Invitational Exhibition
at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts (www.samfa.org) in San Angelo, Texas, through June 27.
1 Gregory Tegarden’s Jar #36, 23 in. (58 cm) in height, soda-fired stoneware, porcelain attachments, locally found clay slips, 2017. Collection of the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts.
2 Ariel Bowman’s Darwin, 24 in. (61 cm) in height, ceramic, mixed media, 2021.
3 Brooks Oliver’s Legs4days, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, porcelain, 2021.
Exhibition of New Works by our Resident Artists
at the Clay Art Center (www.clayartcenter.org) in Port Chester, New York, June 28–August 6.
1 Austin Coudriet’s Object Arrangement No. 1-16, earthenware, paint, wax, 2021.
2 Maria Spiess’ Ripple Effect, 9½ in. (24 cm) in height, porcelain, black ceramic, 2020.
3 James Lee Webb’s Blue Corduroy Teapot, 10¼ in. (26 cm) in height, white stoneware, fired to cone 6, 2020.
Forming A Voice: New Sculptures by Fujino Sachiko
at Joan B Mirviss LTD (www.mirviss.com) in New York, New York, ongoing
1 Fujino Sachiko’s Form 19-4, 25¾ in. (65 cm) in diameter, stoneware, matte glaze, 2019.
Passage | Cannupa Hanska Luger
at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum (https://mesaartscenter.com) in Mesa, Arizona, through August 8.
1 Cannupa Hanska Luger’s Something to Hold Onto, video still 3.
Shapes from Out of Nowhere: Ceramics from the Robert A. Ellison Jr. Collection
at The Met (www.metmuseum.org) in New York City, New York, through August 29. Photos: Gifts of Robert A. Ellison Jr.
1 Aneta Regel’s Gut Feeling, 16¼ in. (41 cm) in length, stoneware, glaze, mixed media, 2017.
2 Syd Carpenter’s Deep Roots, 4 ft. 1 in. (1.3 m) in height, earthenware, 1991.
3 Babs Haenen’s Spring Dunes, 15⅛ in. (38 cm) in height, porcelain, 1988. Courtesy of Hostler Burrows, New York.
4 Kathy Butterly’s Slide Step, 10½ in. (27 cm) in length, ceramic, glaze, 2018. Photo: James Cohan.
5 Dieter Crumbiegel’s vessel, 13¾ in. (35 cm) in height, stoneware, glaze, 1981. Copyright 2020 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
6 Axel Salto’s vase, 17¼ in. (44 cm) in height, ceramic, circa 1945. Copyright 2021 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VISDA.
All that remains with Brian Benfer and Paul Turounet
at jdc Fine Art Gallery (www.jdcfineart.com) in Gleneden Beach, Oregon, through July 31.
1 Brian Benfer’s POP-9, 10½ in. (27 cm) in length, objects (ephemera from everyday life), slab-built ceramic pedestal, wall primer, 2018.
Women Working With Clay: Ten Years of Telling the Story
at Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University (www.hollins.edu/museum/exhibits/current) in Roanoke, Virginia, through June 20.
1 Beth Lo’s After Kiahsuang (two vases), porcelain, 2019. From the collection of Bruce Linderman and the Missoula Art Museum.
2 Syd Carpenter’s Buddy and Rosena Burgess, graphite on clay, 2010–2019.
3 Donna Polseno’s Precario, earthenware brick clay, 2019.
4 Shoko Teruyama’s Flower Bowl, earthenware, fired in an electric kiln, 2019.
5 Ayumi Horie’s Helmeted Birds, porcelain, luster, 2019.
6 Tip Toland’s And Now Her Own, stoneware, paint, chalk pastel, synthetic hair, 2019.
at In Tandem Gallery (www.intandemgallery.com) in Bakersville, North Carolina, July 1–31.
1 CJ Niehaus’ Globe Form, 11 in. (28 cm) in diameter, wheel-thrown and assembled porcelain, underglaze, underglaze pencil, glaze, fired to cones 6 and 06. Photo: Silvia Palmer.
1 Tom Kemp’s vessel, 25 in. (64 cm) in height, wheel-thrown ceramic, 2019.
2 Adele Howitt’s Hinterwater I, 23½ in. (60 cm) in height, handbuilt terra cotta, EW volcanic cobalt glaze, 2020. Photo: Graeme Oxby.
at Jane Hartsook Gallery at Greenwich House Pottery (www.greenwichhousepottery.org) in New York, New York, July 9–August 6.
1 Trevor King’s Stillnessness (installation view), stoneware, color-matched enamel paint, 2018.
2 Dolores Furtado’s Magic, 21 in. (53 cm) in height, ceramic, 2020.
Race, Class, and The Blue Collar
at Carbondale Clay Center (www.carbondaleclay.org) in Carbondale, Colorado, July 2–August 28.
1 Kyle and Kelly Phelps’ Carlita, 28 in. (71 cm) in height, handbuilt Standard 182 stoneware, fired to cone 04, acrylics, oils, stains, found objects, 2006.
at Duane Reed Gallery (www.duanereedgallery.com) in St. Louis, Missouri, June 12–July 17.
1 Kensuke Yamada’s Head Form #2, 16½ in. (42 cm) in height, ceramic, glaze, 2021.