Annabeth Rosen: Fired, Broken, Gathered, Heaped
at Cranbrook Art Museum (http://cranbrookartmuseum.org) in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, through March 19.
1 Annabeth Rosen’s Hive, 13 in. (33 cm) in height, ceramic, steel baling wire, 2016. Photo: Courtesy of Anglim Gilbert Gallery and P.P.O.W.
2 Annabeth Rosen’s Blub Plate—Blue, 14 in. (36 cm) in diameter, ceramics, 2000. Photo: Bob Brady. Photo: Courtesy of Anglim Gilbert Gallery and P.P.O.W.
small & MIGHTY
at The Clay Studio of Missoula (www.theclaystudioofmissoula.org) in Missoula, Montana, through February 22.
1 Kelsey Bowen’s I Said No, 11 in. (28 cm) in height, ceramic, fired to cone 2 in an electric kiln, cord, 2018.
2 Jennifer Holt’s Breathe (v2), 12 in. (30 cm) in width, porcelain, fired in oxidation, 2017.
Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show
at Palm Beach County Convention Center (www.palmbeachshow.com) in West Palm Beach, Florida, through February 19.
1 Debra Steidel’s Shadow Dancers Foliage (tall), 32 in. (81 cm) in height, wheel-thrown and sculpted porcelain, 2018.
Made with Love
at Craft Centre Leeds (www.craftcentreleeds.co.uk) in Leeds, England, through March 9.
1 Katie Lowe’s Five, 93/4 in. (25 cm) in length, slip-cast Parian vessels, beechwood frame, fired to 2084°F (1140°C), 2016.
2 Sam Walker’s tub pot, 6 in. (15 cm) in height, clay, stenciled slips, fired to 2084°F (1140°C), 2017.
3 Moya Tosh’s Winter, 9 in. (23 cm) in width, wheel-thrown porcelain, glaze, fired to 2300°F (1260°C), silver leaf, leather stitching, 2017. Photo: Elizabeth Vickers Photography.
Charlotte Hodes: Women and Pattern
at The Bowes Museum (www.thebowesmuseum.org.uk) in Durham, UK, through February 10.
1 Charlotte Hodes’ After the Taking of Tea; coffee pieces, varying dimensions, hand-cut enamel transfer on china, 2018. Photo: The Bowes Museum.
2 Charlotte Hodes’ Dressed in Pattern; Linear Landscape, 13¾ in. (35 cm) in length, hand-cut enamel transfer on china, 2016. Photo: Peter Abrahams.
The Living Pot
at CLAY Museum of Ceramic Art Denmark (https://claymuseum.dk) in Middelfart, Denmark, through March 31.
1 Ane-Katrine von Bülow’s triangular floor pots, 24½ in. (62 cm) in height, glazed stoneware, slab technique, silk-screen decoration, philodendron xanadu, 2014–18. Photo: Ole Akhøj.
2 Vibeke Krog’s untitled, to 17¾ in. (45 cm) in length, red stoneware, painted and stamped with slip, clanchoe, thyrsiflora, 2017–18.
3 Mette Marie Ørsted’s Nature Climbing, 9¾ in. (25 cm) in height per module, unglazed red clay, plant boxes, ivy, 2018.
4 Pia Baastrup’s Portraits, porcelain, metal frames, tillandsia, 2017. Photo: Ole Akhøj.
Shoji Hamada: 40 Years On
at Leach Pottery (www.leachpottery.com) in St. Ives, England, through February 24.
1 Shoji Hamada’s Okinawa-style teabowl, 3¼ in. (9 cm) in height, stoneware, enamels, 1970. Photo: Michael Harvey. Courtesy of the Oxford Ceramics Gallery.
2 Shoji Hamada’s bowl, 5 in. (13 cm) in height, slip, iron-oxide brushed motif. Photo: Michael Harvey. Courtesy of the Oxford Ceramics Gallery.
3 Shoji Hamada’s faceted teapot, 7½ in. (19 cm) in height, stoneware, tenmoku glaze, 1965. Photo: Michael Harvey. Courtesy of the Oxford Ceramics Gallery.
1 Stephanie Craig’s Miscommunications (red alert), 23 in. (58 cm) in height, handbuilt stoneware, glaze, fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln, 2018.
2 Stephanie Craig’s Miscommunications (code blue), 23 in. (58 cm) in height, handbuilt stoneware, glazed, fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln, 2018.
Sterling Ruby: Ceramics
at the Museum of Arts and Design (https://madmuseum.org) in New York, New York, through March 17.
1 Sterling Ruby’s Eurydice, 3 ft. 5 in. (1 m) in height, ceramic, 2018. Photo: Robert Wedemeyer. Courtesy of Sterling Ruby Studio.