Exposure: March 2017

Georgina Warne: Spring

at BADA 2017 (www.jonathancooper.co.uk) in London, England, March 15–21.

1 Georgina Warne’s Hares on the Mountains, 22 in. (56 cm) in length, stoneware.

Phil Rogers Ceramics

at Goldmark Gallery (www.goldmarkart.com) in Uppingham, Rutland, United Kingdom, March 25–April 23.

1 Phil Rogers’ bottle, 13 in. (33 cm) in height, Hakeme, iron pigment, fired in reduction to cone 8.

2 Phil Rogers’ plate, 11 in. (28 cm) in diameter, stoneware, nuka glaze, 2014.

Annabeth Rosen

at P.P.O.W Gallery (www.ppowgallery.com) in New York, New York, through March 25.

1 Annabeth Rosen’s Boogaloo, 14 in. (36 cm) in width, ceramics, 2015.

Progression: 25 Years of Functional Form

at Butters Gallery (www.buttersgallery.com) in Portland, Oregon, March 2–25.

1 Joe Davis’ teapot, 10 in. (25 cm) in height, porcelain, fired to cone 10, flocking, found object, 2016.

2 Matt Long’s coffee mug, 5 in. (13 cm) in height, porcelain, soda fired to cone 11, 2016. Photo: Andrew McIntyre.

3 Jeff Brown’s oval vase, 12 in. (30 cm) in height, stoneware, shino, glaze, wood fired to cone 10, 2016.

4 Lorna Meaden’s growler, 10 in. (25 cm) in height, porcelain soda fired to cone 10, 2016.

Surface Folds: Yukiya Izumita Clay Wares

at Ippodo New York (www.ippodogallery.com) in New York, New York, March 9–April 7.

1 Yukiya Izumita’s Sekisoh teabowl, 4¾ in. (12 cm) in diameter, ceramic, 2016.

Ceramic Art London 2017

at Central Saint Martins (www.ceramicartlondon.com) in London, England, March 31–April 2.

1 Jongjin Park’s Artistic Stratum_G4/1, 7 in. (18 cm) in length, porcelain, cobalt, 700 sheets of tissue paper, 2015.

2 Matthew Horne’s vase, 8 in. (20 cm) in height, acid-etched crystalline glaze.

3 James Oughtibridge’s sculpture, slab-constructed ivory stoneware.

4 Charlotte Mary Pack’s Indian Pangolin, slip-cast, stained porcelain.

Into the Fold: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Horvitz Collection

at Crocker Art Museum (www.crockerartmuseum.org) in Sacramento, California, through May 7.

1 Ogata Kamio’s Abyss, marbleized stoneware, 2014.

2 Tokuda Yasokichi IV’s jar, porcelain, saiyu glaze, 2012.

Paradise City Arts Festival

at Royal Plaza Trade Center (www.paradisecityarts.com) in Marlborough, Massachusetts, March 24–26.

1 Rick Epstein’s A Walk in the Woods, 4 ft. (1.2 m) in length, six hand-sculpted tiles, ceramic, slip, fired to cone 06, acrylic, 2015. Photo: John Polak.

2 Tim Scull’s Blossom Blitz, 4 ft. (1.2 m) in height, wheel-thrown white stoneware, overlaid copper wire, copper mesh, rock salt, bisque fired to cone 012, saggar fired to cone 08, 2013. Photo: Hunter Neal.

David Stuempfle Selects: North Carolina Pottery in a Global Context

at Mint Museum (www.mintmuseum.org) in Charlotte, North Carolina, ongoing.

1 Rudolf Christ’s Spirit Bottle, earthenware, ca.1829. Collection of The Mint Museum.

2 Alexander Matisse’s Large Urchin, stoneware, 2014. Collection of The Mint Museum.

This is Not My Beautiful Home

at Pottery Northwest (http://potterynorthwest.org) in Seattle, Washington, March 3–31.

1 Amy Simons’ Traverse, 18 in. (46 cm) in height, manganese clay, porcelain, glaze, gold luster, 2016. Photo: Brendan Smith.

Surface Stories

at TRAX Gallery (https://traxgallery.com) in Berkeley, California, March 16–April 16.

1 Justin Rothshank’s Swamp Plate, 10½ in. (27 cm) in diameter, wood-fired stoneware, decals, 2016.

6 Potters from Höhr-Grenzhausen

at Loes & Reinier International Ceramics (www.loes-reinier.com) in Deventer, the Netherlands, through April 2.

1 Monika Debus’ untitled, 8½ in. (22 cm) in height, handbuilt stoneware, porcelain slips, low-fired in a salt kiln to 2084°F (1140°C), 2016.

2 Martin Goerg’s untitled, 13 in. (34 cm) in height.

3 Andreas Hinder’s Squirrels, to 16½ in. (42 cm) in height, 2016. Photo: Articus.

 

Artist in Residence Exhibition

at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts (www.arrowmont.org) in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, March 11–May 6.

1 Austin Riddle’s bowls, to 6 in. (15 cm) in diameter, wheel-thrown porcelain, soda fired to cone 11, 2016. Photo: Robert Bates.

2 Richard W. James’ We Three Kings, 26 in. (66 cm) in length, handbuilt earthenware, underglaze, fired to cone 04 multiple times, wood, 2016. Photo: Robert Bates.

 


Subscriber Extras: Images

Ceramic Art London 2017

at Central Saint Martins (www.ceramicartlondon.com) in London, England, March 31–April 2.

Ashraf Hanna’s Black and Grey Vessels.

Nichola Theakston’s Crested Macaque no. 1.

Barbara Hast’s Elvenarms.

Sarah Jenkins’ Wide Horizon.

Sophie Cook’s Group of greens.

Progression: 25 Years of Functional Form

at Butters Gallery (www.buttersgallery.com) in Portland, Oregon, March 2–25.

Jeremy Kane’s mugs.

Kristen Kieffer’s jar.

Frank Saliani’s squared teapot.

James Tingey’s Teapot and tea cup.

Into the Fold: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Horvitz Collection

at Crocker Art Museum (www.crockerartmuseum.org) in Sacramento, California, through May 7.

Hattori Makiko’s Wandering (Samayou).

Katsumata Chieko’s Akoda Pumpkin.

Kawase Shinobu’s Celadon Vase (Seiji tsubo)

Ono Hakuko’s vase (Yuri kinginsai tsubo).

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