Exposure: June/July/August 2018

The Solo Ceramic Showcase: Adam Frew

at The Craft Centre Leeds (www.craftcentreleeds.co.uk) in Leeds, West Yorkshire, through July 28.

1 Adam Frew’s pot with orange rim, 10 in. (26 cm) in height, wheel-thrown porcelain, slip, celadon glaze, fired to 2372°F (1300°C) in a gas kiln.

Solo Exhibition

at The Underground Gallery (http://theundergroundgallery.org) in Collinsville, Connecticut, through July 8.

2 Donna Namnoum’s Perennial (Red), 21½ in. (55 cm) in height, wheel-thrown and assembled stoneware, underglaze, glaze, fired to cone 5 in an electric kiln, 2017.

Warren MacKenzie Advancement Award Recipients

at Northern Clay Center (www.northernclaycenter.org) in Minneapolis, Minnesota, through June 24.

3 Grace Tessein’s Keepsake: Forget Me Not, 4½ in. (11 cm) in height, black-and-white porcelain, cotton, thread, the artist’s hair, clasps, wire, 2017. Photo: Dennis Ritter.

Minimal, Less is More

at Carbondale Clay Center (www.carbondaleclay.org) in Carbondale, Colorado, through June 22.

4 Tom Jaszczak’s Diamond Vase, 19 in. (48 cm) in height, wheel-thrown and handbuilt red earthenware, soda fired to cone 2, 2017.

Jenny Mendes

at Penland Gallery and Visitors Center (http://penland.org/gallery) in Penland, North Carolina, through July 8.

5 Jenny Mendes’ untitled, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, handbuilt earthenware, underglaze, glaze, 2017. Photo: Mark Roegner.

New Work by Audrey Rosulek

at In Tandem Gallery (www.intandemgallery.com) in Bakersville, North Carolina, through June 30.

6 Audrey Rosulek’s cup and salt server, to 4½ in. (11 cm) in diameter, wheel-thrown and altered white stoneware, underglaze pencils, glazes. Photo: Silvia Palmer.

Guild Crafts Tetbury

at Tetbury Market House (www.guildcrafts.org/uk) in Tetbury, England, through June 10.

7 Bridget Williams’ micro-blue jug, 10 in. (26 cm) in height, red earthenware, slip, 2017. Photo: Henry Arden.

Visual Voices: Truth Narratives

at Contemporary Craft (http://contemporarycraft.org) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, through August 18.

1 Sean Clute’s Manifest Dynasty, 18 in. (46 cm) in height, clay, acrylic paint, 2015. Photo: Guy Nicol.

2 Hsin-Yi Huang’s Nightly Routine, 12 in. (30 cm) in length, porcelain, 2017. Photo: Annie Foong.

Artifacts: Allied Craftsmen of San Diego

at Oceanside Museum of Art (http://oma-online.org) in Oceanside, California, through July 8.

3 Richard Burkett’s Post-Pre-Columbian Artifact Stirrup, 14 in. (36 cm) in height, ceramic.

4 Dot Kimura’s Clay Tablet, 11 in. (28 cm) in height, ceramic.

5 Sasha Reibstein’s In Search of Lost Time, 14 in. (36 cm) in height, ceramic.

MONOCHROME

at Craft Centre and Design Gallery Leeds (www.craftcentreleeds.co.uk) in Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK, through June 23.

6 Ilona Sulikova’s Birds, 14 in. (36 cm) in height, Y-material painted with copper carbonate, raku fired to 1832°F (1000°C), 2017. Photo: Sue Brown.

7 Eric Moss’ White Waveform in Disarray, 5 in. (13 cm) in diameter, Scarva Ashraf Hanna raku clay, fired to 2228°F (1220°C), 2016.

8 Penny Fowler’s 2 Boat Forms, 4¾ in. (12 cm) in height, semi-porcelain clay, fired to 2192°F (1200°C). Photo: Steven Brayne.

9 Luke Bishop’s Porus, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, black stoneware, fired to 2300°F (1260°C), 2017.

The 10th Biennial State of Clay

at Parsons Gallery, Lexington Arts and Crafts Society (www.stateofclay.com) in Lexington, Massachusetts, May 5–June 3.

10 Irina Okula’s This Land is My Land, 24 in. (61 cm) in height, earthenware, saggar fired to cone 012, 2017.

11 Mary Kenny’s three tumblers, to 4 in. (10 cm) in height, porcelain, fired to cone 6 in oxidation, 2018.

12 Caitlyn Marsh’s flask, 7 in. (18 cm) in height, handbuilt stoneware, fired in reduction to cone 10, 2017.

13 Arthur Halvorsen’s King and Queen, to 27 in. (69 cm) in height, handbuilt earthenware, fired in oxidation to cone 02, 2017.

Fahrenheit 2018

at American Museum of Ceramic Art (www.amoca.org) in Pomona, California, through July 22.

14 Catherine Schmid-Maybach’s Santa Anas, 22 in. (56 cm) in length, clay, underglaze, lithotype transfer, oxide, glaze, 2017.

Transitory Conversations

at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum (www.mesaartscenter.com) in Mesa, Arizona, through August 5.

15 Patti Warashina’s Magic Fly Zone (detail), 3 ft. 8 in. (1.2 m) in length, low-fire clay, underglaze, glaze, steel, 2010. Photo: Rob Vinnedge.

From the Lands of Asia: The Sam and Myrna Myers Collection

at Kimbell Art Museum (www.kimbellart.org) in Fort Worth, Texas, through August 19.

16 Ming Dynasty (1368–1644 CE) Chinese Kendi, blue-and-white porcelain, 16th century. Photo: Thierry Ollivier.

Personalities in Clay: American Studio Ceramics from the E. John Bullard Collection

at The New Orleans Museum of Art (https://noma.org) in New Orleans, Louisiana, through July 8.

1 David Shaner’s Pillow with Quatrefoil opening, 1989. The New Orleans Museum of Art: On loan from E. John Bullard.

2 Robert Sperry’s Larger Charger #759, 1986. The New Orleans Museum of Art: On loan from E. John Bullard.

3 Don Reitz’ covered jar from the Sara series, 38 in. (96 cm) in height, stoneware, 1985. New Orleans Museum of Art, Museum Purchase with funds donated by E. John Bullard in memory of Robert H. Cousins. Copyright Reitz Family Trust.

City Sine Cera

at Northern Clay Center (www.northernclaycenter.org) in Minneapolis, Minnesota, through June 24.

4 Merrie Wright’s Abstracted Landscape 002 (after Wadsworth), earthenware, low-fire glazes, 2017.

5 Adam Welch’s Fetish Series, Red, porcelain, glaze, luster, 2017.

Ceramics Now

at Jane Hartsook Gallery (www.greenwichhousepottery.com) in New York, New York, July13–August 9.

6 Linda Lopez’ Pink/Blue Ombre Dust Furry with Gold Rocks #1, 8 in. (20 cm) in height, ceramic, 2018.

Contemporary Clay

at Western Colorado Center for the Arts (http://gjartcenter.org/wp) in Grand Junction, Colorado, through June 23.

7 Erik Gellert’s Awaken, 21 in. (53 cm) in height, earthenware, house paint.

8 Joshua Clark’s Watery Eyes, 24 in. (61 cm) in height, ceramics.

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