Exposure: May 2020

Leach Studio Potters: 100 Years On

at the Leach Pottery (www.leachpottery.com) in St Ives, England, through May 10.

1 Roelof Uys’ squashed vase, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, stoneware, white shino glaze, 2020. Photo: Roelof Uys.

2 Britta James’ lidded jar, 4⅓ in. (11 cm) in diameter, porcelain, green glaze, 2020. Photo: Roelof Uys.

3 Matthew Foster’s rouletted jar, 6½ in. (17 cm) in height, stoneware, amber soda glaze, 2020. Photo: Roelof Uys.

4 Callum Trudgeon’s set of bowls, 5¾ in. (15 cm) in diameter each, wood-fired stoneware, 2020. Photo: Sarah White.

5 Laurence Eastwood’s square bottle, 7¾ in. (20 cm) in height, porcelain, 2020. Photo: Roelof Uys.

6 Annabelle Smith’s jug, 7 in. (18 cm) in height, stoneware, ash glaze, 2020. Photo: Roelof Uys.

Beyond the Pot

at Le Don du Fel’s Galerie du Don (www.ledondufel.com) in Le Fel, France, through June 18.

1 Turi Heisselberg Pedersen’s untitled, 15 in. (38 cm) in height, stoneware, engobe, 2018. Photo: Ole Akhoej.

2 Anne Marie Laureys’ Hush Hush, 20 in. (51 cm) in height, stoneware, 2019. Photo: Peter Claeys.

Re Sisters: Women in Clay Invitational

at Workhouse Arts Center (www.workhousearts.org) in Lorton, Virginia, through May 10.

1 Donna Polseno’s yellow tray, 12 in. (30 cm) in width, whiteware, fired to mid range in oxidation, 2019. Photo: Amy Pearman.

2 Joan Ulrich’s aqueduct box, 5 in. (13 cm) in diameter, salt-fired stoneware, fired to cone 10. Photo: Natalie Abrams.

3 Elke Seefeldt’s Standing Tall, 12½ in. (32 cm) in height, handbuilt ceramic, wood fired.

21st Century Caddo

at Jane Hartsook Gallery at Greenwich House Pottery (www.greenwichhouse.org) in New York, New York, May 22–June 19.

1 Raven Halfmoon’s STILL HERE, 38 in. (97 cm) in height, ceramic, glaze, 2019.

2 Raven Halfmoon’s STILL HERE (alternate view), 38 in. (97 cm) in height, ceramic, glaze, 2019.

Rare & Remarkable—Art Pottery of Louis Comfort Tiffany

at The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art (www.morsemuseum.org) in Winter Park, Florida, ongoing.

1 Tiffany Studios’ crocus vase, 7⅛ in. (18 cm) in height, white clay, glaze, circa 1905. Courtesy of The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art.

2 Tiffany Studios’ fern tendrils bowl, 10⅞ in. (28 cm) in height, glazed and unglazed white clay, circa 1905. Courtesy of The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art.

Stand By Me

at The Craft Centre and Design Gallery Leeds (www.craftcentreleeds.co.uk) in Leeds, UK, through June 20.

1 Katharina Klug’s Mothers & Daughters, to 9 in. (23 cm) in height, wheel-thrown porcelain, fired to 2309°F (1265°C), 2019. Photo: Zuza Grubecka.

2 Kate Schuricht’s Flow, Colour, to 4 in. (10 cm) in width, colored clay, fired to 2264°F (1240°C) in an electric kiln, dark luster, 2019. Photo: Stuart Conway.

3 Jane Perryman’s Conversation, 14 in. (36 cm) in length, handbuilt stoneware-porcelain mix, organic material, saggar fired to 1940°F (1060°C). Photo: Douglas Atfield.

4 Josie Seymour-Jones’ porcelain vessels, to 6 in. (15 cm) in height, handbuilt grogged porcelain, underglaze, underglaze pencil, glaze, fired to 2264°F (1240°C), 2019.

5 Claire Ireland’s Spindle Collection, to 28 in. (71 cm) in height, gray stoneware, white stoneware, white engobe, fired to 2300°F (1260°C), 2019.

Phil Rogers 2020

at Goldmark Gallery (http://goldmarkart.com) in Uppingham, Rutland, UK, through June 6.

1 Phil Rogers’ faceted bottle, 8¾ in. (22 cm) in height, Buncheong type ceramic, fired to cone 8.

Imagery and Illustration

at the Clay Center of New Orleans (www.nolaclay.org) in New Orleans, Louisiana, May 8–30.

1 Ken McCollum’s Modern Organic Form, 16 in. (41 cm) in height, coil-built and handbuilt stoneware, underglazes, fired to cone 3.

ERGO: Bruce Dehnert and Matt Mitros

at the Saratoga Clay Arts Center’s Schacht Gallery (www.saratogaclayarts.org) in Schuylerville, New York, through May 2.

1 Bruce Dehnert’s Riverbed, 15 in. (38 cm) in height, wood-fired stoneware, glaze, fired in oxidation, 2020.

2 Matt Mitros’ Mug Composition #76, 7 in. (18 cm) in height, ceramic, Plexiglas, epoxy, 2020.

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