Exposure: September 2020

The State of Clay 2020

at Parsons Gallery at LexArt (www.stateofclay.com) in Lexington, Massachusetts, exhibition dates to be determined.

1 Sayaka Rawizza’s Misty Spring Plate, 11 in. (28 cm) in diameter, wheel-thrown porcelain, 2020.

2 Ann Boyajian’s Antelope Vase, 15½ in. (39 cm) in length, handbuilt terra cotta, underglaze, sgraffito, fired to cone 04 in oxidation, 2019.

3 Darrah Bowden’s long tray, 21 in. (53 cm) in length, handbuilt terra cotta, slip, underglaze, fired to cone 04 in oxidation, 2019.

Lip Service

at Saratoga Clay Arts Center’s Schacht Gallery (www.saratogaclayarts.org) in Schuylerville, New York, through September 26.

1 Dawn Dishaw’s Mug with Black, Orange, and Red Pattern, 3¾ in. (10 cm) in diameter, cone-6 white stoneware, underglaze, fired in an electric kiln.

2 Chase Gamblin’s Double Gold, 7 in. (18 cm) in height, porcelain, gold luster.

3 Liz Mazurek’s Chubby Goblet, 6 in. (15 cm) in height, porcelain.

Dazzling Constancy with Claude Champy

at Le Don du Fel (https://ledondufel.com) in Le Fel, France, through October 8.

1 Claude Champy’s untitled, 35 in. (89 cm) in height, wood-fired stoneware. Photo: Delphine Champy.

23rd San Angelo National Ceramic Competition

at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts (www.samfa.org/23rd-ceramic-competition-online-gallery) in San Angelo, Texas, online and open to the public through September 6.

1 Nate Ditzler’s Unreal Weather, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, ceramic, glaze, 2020.

2 Leslie Rosdol’s Ready (Untitled Cup with Broken Leg), 5 in. (13 cm) in height, ceramic, found objects, 2017. Photo: Susan Einstein.

3 Danville Chadbourne’s The Unstable Complications of Age, 20½ in. (52 cm) in height, earthenware, acrylic, 2019. Photo: Conan Chadbourne.

4 Louis Reilly’s vase, 13 in. (33 cm) in height, soda-fired stoneware, 2019.

5 Chris Leonard’s Donegal vs. Fu Manchu, 10½ in. (27 cm) in height, terra cotta, slips, underglaze, glaze, 2019.

Design #5: Jólan van der Wiel

at the Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics (www.princessehof.nl) in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, through January 3, 2021.

1 Jólan van der Wiel’s Dragonstone, stoneware, metal powder and casting clay, 2018. Photo: Ruben van Vliet.

Identity in Clay

at the Clay Center of New Orleans (www.nolaclay.org) in New Orleans, Louisiana, September 4–26.

1 Daniella Mata’s Child’s Room, 13 in. (33 cm) in height, Longhorn Red and Longhorn White Armadillo Clays, underglaze, stains, glaze, 2019.

2 Ashan Pridgon’s Culturally Wrapped 1, 24 in. (61 cm) in height, coiled and pinched stoneware, underglaze, stains, oxides, 2018.

Jennifer Tee: Falling Feathers

at the Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics (www.princessehof.nl) in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, through January 3, 2021.

1 Jennifer Tee’s Falling Feathers (White), 9 ft. 2 in. (2.8 m) in height, porcelain, wooden structure, rope, 2009. Photo: Galerie Fons Welters.

In Black and White or in Colours?

at the Musée Ariana (www.ariana-geneve.ch) in Geneva, Switzerland, through September 27.

1 Zsuzsa Füzesi Heierli’s Double 4, 20½ in. (52 cm) in diameter, slip-cast and handbuilt porcelain, 2015.

2 Arnold Annen’s bowl, 10½ in. (27 cm) in diameter, wheel-thrown porcelain, 1991.

3 Akio Takamori’s Sleeping Woman in Red Dress, 21½ in. (55 cm) in length, handbuilt stoneware, engobes, 2012. Photo: Nicolas Lieber.

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