Exposure: April 2020

Functional Ceramics

at Wayne Center for the Arts (https://wayneartscenter.org) in Wooster, Ohio, through April 18.

1 Sarah Pike’s Spruce Teapot, 9½ in. (24 cm) in height, red stoneware, fired in oxidation.

2 Josh DeWeese’s butter dish, 5¾ in. (15 cm) in height, wood-fired, salt/soda-glazed stoneware.

3 Samantha Hostert’s vase, 9¾ in. (25 cm) in height, soda-fired porcelain.

4 Rick Hintze’s covered jar, 4¾ in. (12 cm) in height, gas-fired stoneware, iron stain, clay and wood-ash slip.

Ronan Kyle Peterson

at In Tandem Gallery (www.intandemgallery.com) in Bakersville, North Carolina, April 3–30.

1 Ronan Kyle Peterson’s platter, 16 in. (41 cm) in diameter, wheel-thrown and altered earthenware, slips, stains, terra sigillata, underglaze, glaze, fired in an electric kiln to cone 04. Photo: Silvia Palmer.

Barry Stedman–Ceramic Showcase

at Craft Centre and Design Gallery Leeds (www.craftcentreleeds.co.uk) in Leeds, UK, through April 18.

1 Barry Stedman’s Each Passing Day Series, 7 in. (18 cm) in height, wheel-thrown off-white earthenware, slips, stains, oxides, glazes, fired to 2012°F (1100°C), 2019.

Sculpture National 2020

at the Clay Center of New Orleans (www.nolaclay.org) in New Orleans, Louisiana, April 3–25.

1 Katie Stone’s The Grass is Greener If You Have a Weiner, 26 in. (66 cm) in length, black stoneware, underglaze, glaze, wire, 2019.

2020 Beyond the Brickyard

at Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts (http://archiebray.org) in Helena, Montana, through April 11.

1 Aarti Manik’s Boat form, 21 in. (53 cm) in length, stoneware, 2019.

2 Casey Beck’s liquor bottle, 8½ in. (22 cm) in height, soda-fired porcelaneous stoneware, 2019.

Joanne Hayakawa: A Wing and a Prayer II

at the American Museum of Ceramic Art (www.amoca.org) in Pomona, California, through April 19.

1 Joanne Hayakawa’s A Wing and a Prayer II, installation, mixed media, 2019. Photo: Craig Carlson.

What about porcelain today?

Galerie du Don at Le Don du Fel (www.ledondufel.com) in Le Fel, France, through April 23.

1 Fenella Elms’ Multi Blue Flow, 31½ in. (80 cm) in diameter, stained porcelain, brass frame. Photo: Deborah Husk.

2 Sasha Wardell’s Trio of Tide Vases, 6⅓ in. (16 cm) in height, slip-cast bone china, multi-layered stained casting slips. Photo: Mark Lawrence.

2020 NCECA Juried Student Exhibition

at artspace (http://artspacegallery.org) in Richmond, Virginia, through April 19.

1 Max Henderson’s wine cup, 4 in. (10 cm) in height, porcelain, 2019. Courtesy of NCECA.

2 Lukas Easton’s Urban Strata, 5 ft. 2 in. (1.6 m) in height, ceramic, 2017. Photo: Elizabeth Lamark. Courtesy of NCECA.

3 Jinblossom Plati’s Sky, 30 in. (76 cm) in height, clay, glaze, 2019. Courtesy of NCECA.

4 Hoi Chang’s bubble 27, 18 in. (46 cm) in length, ceramics, 2019. Courtesy of NCECA.

5 Kayla Barta’s Old Stomping Grounds, 13 in. (33 cm) in diameter, porcelain, underglaze, 2019. Courtesy of NCECA.

Earth Into Art—The Flowering of American Art Pottery

at The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art (morsemuseum.org) in Winter Park, Florida, through September 27.

1 T.J. Wheatley & Company’s vase, 11¾ in. (30 cm) in height, glazed white clay, circa 1880–82.

2 Taylor & Knowles Company’s vase, 9¾ in. (25 cm) in height, porcelain, glaze, decorated by Eleanor Ferguson McKean, circa 1895.

41st Annual Contemporary Crafts

at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum (https://mesaartscenter.com) in Mesa, Arizona, through April 19.

1 Danielle Wood’s Hyperreality, 13½ in. (34 cm) in height, ceramic, underglaze, low-fire glaze, 2015.

Last Call V: Handmade Ceramics for Storing, Pouring, and Sipping Fine Libations

at Companion Gallery (https://companiongallery.com) in Humboldt, Tennessee, through April 30.

1 Marissa Alexander’s set of cups, 7 in. (18 cm) in height, handbuilt porcelain, glazes, fired to cone 6 in oxidation.

2 Keok Lim’s Let’s Party, to 6 in. (15 cm) in height, handbuilt porcelain, underglaze, matte clear glaze, fired to cone 6 in oxidation.

Sentiment and Skepticism: Our Culture of Contradictions

at Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery (http://rcwg.scrippscollege.edu) in Claremont, California, through April 5.

1 Crystal Morey’s Lush Anthesis: Mule Deer, 13 in. (33 cm) in height, hand-sculpted porcelain, 2018.

Gallivanting Teapots: Birth and Evolution of an Art of Living

at Ariana Museum (http://institutions.ville-geneve.ch/fr/ariana) in Geneva, Switzerland, through September 13.

1 Japanese teapot, 3¾ in. (10 cm) in length, earthenware, polychrome enamels, gold, 19th century. Photo: Angelo Lui.

2 Jingdezhen teapot, 6 in. (16 cm) in width, porcelain, green enamels. Photo: Nathalie Sabato.

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