Cliff Lee: Porcelain Master

at Hunterdon Art Museum ( in Clinton, New Jersey, through January 5, 2020.
1 Cliff Lee’s Double Dragon with Inlaid Ruby Eyes, 12½ in. (32 cm) in height, porcelain, celadon glaze, rubies. Photo: Douglas Lee.

MN NICE Graduates

at Northern Clay Center ( in Minneapolis, Minnesota, through December 29.
1 Clarice Allgood’s bowl, 6½ in. (17 cm) in diameter, stoneware, 2019. 2 Christopher Bond’s brown covered jar, 10½ in. (27 cm) in height, stoneware, iron oxide, glaze, wood fired to cone 10, 2019.

Pueblo Dynasties: Master Potters from Matriarchs to Contemporaries

at Crocker Art Museum ( in Sacramento, California, through January 5, 2020.
1 Bowl with Mission Design, attributed to Nampeyo of Hano, 10 in. (25 cm) in diameter, earthenware, red slip, circa 1905. Gift of Loren G. Lipson, MD. 2 Carrie Chino Charlie’s Olla, 8¾ in. (22 cm) in diameter, earthenware. Gift of Phyllis and Alvin Rutner.3 JoAnn Chino Garcia’s Vessel, 11 in. (28 cm) in diameter, earthenware, 1991. Martha G. and Robert G. West Fund.4 Roxanne Swentzell’s Looking for Root Rot, 16¼ in. (41 cm) in length, earthenware. Gift of Loren G. Lipson, MD.

Earth Piece

at The Everson Museum of Art ( in Syracuse, New York, through January 5, 2020.
1 Caroline Slotte’s Going Blank Again, 17 in. (43 cm) in width, reworked second-hand ceramics, 2016. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary.

Narrative Figures

at Arizona Regional Ceramics Contemporary Fine Art ( ) in Cottonwood, Arizona, through January 4, 2020.
1 Travis Winters’ Doughnut Shop Dreams, 20 in. (51 cm) in height, earthenware, terra sigillata, glaze, stains, acrylic sheet, 2019.

Chris Gustin: The Eloquent Vessel

at Saratoga Clay Arts Center ( in Schuylerville, New York, through December 7.
1 Chris Gustin’s Cloud Jar #1723, 18 in. (46 cm) in height, stoneware, glaze, wood fired in an anagama, 2017. Photo: Dean Powell Photography.

Clay Currents: The Wichita National Ceramics Invitational

at Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University ( in Wichita, Kansas, through December 8.
1 Installation view (left to right): Peter Beasecker’s double vase, 14 in. (36 cm) in height, wheel-thrown porcelain, 2019; Landscape 1, 12 in. (30 cm) in width, porcelain, epoxy resin, acrylic paint, 2019; oval bowl, 12 in. (30 cm) in width, porcelain (white and black), 2018. 2 Trisha Coates’ Love Letter to My River, 12 ft. (3.7 m) in length, cone-6 porcelain, stoneware, glass on panel, 2019.3 Installation view (left to right): Yewen Dong’s Much Ado About Nothing 1, 14 ft. 5 in. (4.4 m) in width, unfired clay, paint, thread, duct tape, 2019; Trey Hill’s Nightfall, 4 ft. 6 in. (1.4 m) in height, ceramic, underglaze, 2016; Trey Hill’s A Slight Blush, 3 ft. 3 in. (1 m) in height, ceramic, underglaze, 2019. 1–3 Courtesy of the Ulrich Museum of Art.

Beyond the Vessel: Myths, Legends, and Fables in Contemporary Ceramics around Europe

at Meşher ( in Istanbul, Turkey, through December 22.
1 Malene Hartmann Rasmussen’s Fantasma [Ghost] (totem), 6 ft 5 in. (2 m) in height, ceramics, 2019. Photo: Sylvain Deleu.

Winterfest and Holiday Shop

at Baltimore Clayworks ( in Baltimore, Maryland, through January 1, 2020.
1 Tom Jaszczak’s latte mug, 5 in. (13 cm) in width, wheel-thrown and altered red earthenware, slips, underglazes, soda fired to cone 2, 2018.2 Patty Bilbro’s mug stack, mid-range clay, terra sigillata, underglaze, glaze, 2019. 3 Ted Neal’s bucket, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, stoneware, iron slips, wood fired to cone 10, reduction cooled, steel, 2019.

Materiality: Masterworks From The Miller Ceramic Art Collection

at Alfred Ceramic Art Museum ( in Alfred, New York, through December 29.
1 Ken Price’s Baldy, 5¼ in. (13 cm) in height, painted earthenware, 1987. 2 John Mason’s Amber Cross with Tracers, 36 in. (91 cm) in height, glazed stoneware, 2004.3 Karen Karnes’ vessel, 10½ in. (27 cm) in height, glazed stoneware, 1990.4 Eva Hild’s sculpture, 17 in. (43 cm) in height, unglazed stoneware, white slip, 2007. 1–4 Photos: Brian Oglesbee.

Sarah Jenkins—Ceramic Showcase

at Craft Centre and Design Gallery Leeds ( in Leeds, UK, through January 11, 2020.
1 Sarah Jenkins’ vessel, 12 in. (30 cm) in diameter, low-fired stoneware, colored slips, oxides, white glaze, 2019.