Best of 2022

at the Ohio Craft Museum ( in Columbus, Ohio, through June 26.

1 Luke Sheets’ Non-Denominational Spirit Bowls, 4 in. (10 cm) in diameter, coiled and pinched porcelain, wood fired.2 Jim Bowling’s (W)hole, 18 in. (46 cm) in height, stoneware, underglaze, glaze, gunmetal wash. 3 Christopher St. John’s Moon Rabbit, 12 in. (30 cm) in height, reduction-fired stoneware. 4 Kristina Bogdanov’s Dirty Dishes, 14 in. (30 cm) in height, slip-cast ceramic with image transfer, underglazes.

Sami Tsang and Sasha Barrett

at In Tandem Gallery ( in Bakersville, North Carolina, June 1–July 1. 

1 Sami Tsang’s stemmed cup and cup, to 6½ in. (17 cm) in height, white stoneware, glazes, underglazes, fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln.2 Sasha Barrett’s mugs, 5 in. (13 cm) in height, stoneware, glazes, wood fired to cone 10. 3 Sasha Barrett’s lidded vase, 20 in. (51 cm) in height, earthenware, underglazes, glazes, fired to cone 04 in an electric kiln.

Family Postcards

at the Riga Porcelain Museum ( in Riga, Latvia, through June 5.

1 Janina Myronova’s New Dancing Shoes, 133/4 in. (35 cm) in height, handbuilt porcelain, handpainted underglaze, 2022. Photo: Grzegorz Stadnik.

Clay: A Southern Census

at the Clay Center of New Orleans ( in New Orleans, Louisiana, through June 25. 

1 Kimberly Hilligoss’ Jacobean Plates, 8½ in. (22 cm) in height, earthenware, white slip, underglaze, 2021. 2 Lora Rust’s Handle with Care, 18 in. (46 cm) in height, porcelain, rutile wash, cobalt glaze, soda fired to cone 7, wire, 2020.

24th San Angelo National Ceramic Competition

at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts ( in San Angelo, Texas, through June 26.

1 Carol Snyder’s Soft Rime, 5¼ in. (13 cm) in diameter, high-fired porcelain, 2021.

2 Katherine Taylor’s East Texas 2, 10¾ in. (27 cm) in height, colored porcelain, glaze, gold luster, 2021. 3 Barbara Frey’s Blue Flash, 11 in. (28 cm) in height, wood-fired porcelain, 2021. Photo: Chris Dickerson.

CCC Current Resident Artists

at Carbondale Clay Center ( in Carbondale, Colorado, June 11–July 9. 

1 Brian Chen’s bud vase centerpiece, 12 in. (30 cm) in length, wheel-thrown, altered, and handbuilt domestic porcelain, terra sigillata, glaze, fired to cone 10, 2022.

Love, Clay, and Resilience

at Carbondale Clay Center ( in Carbondale, Colorado, July 16–August 13. 

1 Diego Valles’ Resilience, 14 in. (36 cm) in height, locally sourced clay from Chihuahua, fired to 1200–1800°F (649–982°C), 2016.

To Have and To Hold—40 Years in the Making

at The Craft Centre and Design Gallery Leeds ( in Leeds, UK, through July 16. 

1 Ken Eardley’s jugs, handbuilt earthenware, glaze, meadow-design stencils. 2 Sasha Wardell’s Shoal Coffee Set, to 13¾ in. (35 cm) in diameter, bone china, painted wooden tray. Photo: Mark Lawrence.
3 Lisa Katzenstein’s Small Twist Shaped Floral Vases, 8½ in. (22 cm) in height, hand-painted earthenware. Photo: Alex Brattell.

From Light to Dark From Dark to Light

at the Ruthin Centre for Applied Arts Wales ( in Ruthin, Wales, UK, through July 2022.

1 Jane Perryman’s From Light to Dark From Dark to Light (installation view), 15¾ in. (40 cm) in height, porcelain and white stoneware mix, organic material. Photo: Douglas Atfield.

Kasimir Malevich, Raku Kichizaemon XV

at Annely Juda Fine Art ( in London, England, through July 9. 

1 Raku Kichizaemon XV Jikinyū’s Gai (end, edge, finishing point), 4½ in. (12 cm) in height, Yakinuki-type ‘Rock’ White Raku tea bowl, ceramic, 2022. Courtesy Annely Juda Fine Art. Photo: Takashi Hatakeyama.

Liminal: KC Clay Guild Artist in Residence Exhibition

at Four Chapter Gallery ( in Kansas City, Missouri, June 3–July 17.

1 Mathew Meunier’s jar, 7 in. (18 cm) in height, wheel-thrown earthenware, slip, glaze, once fired to cone 1 in a soda kiln, 2021.

2 Jing Huang’s Cloud Mountain III, 16 in. (41 cm) in height, handbuilt stoneware, glaze, fired to cone 04 in oxidation, slow cooled, 2021.

Ariana Heinzman: It’s Good to Be Here

at the J. Rinehart Gallery ( in Seattle, Washington, through June 18. 
1 Ariana Heinzman’s Sprouting Vessel in Turquoise Leaves and Red Horsetails, stoneware, underglaze, 2022.

Julia Galloway

at Radius Gallery ( in Missoula, Montana, June 10–July 23. 
1 Julia Galloway’s Pitcher with Clock and Flowers, 11½ in. (29 cm) in height, wheel-thrown porcelain, inlay, glaze, fired in a mid-range soda kiln, 2022. Photo: Radius Gallery.

Variations 2022

at Marblehead Art Association ( in Marblehead, Massachusetts, through June 19. 
1 Andy Matlow’s Paradox, 20 in. (51 cm) in height, red clay, fired to cone 2.

Artists in Residence Concurrent Exhibitions

at the Clay Art Center ( in Port Chester, New York, June 23–August 4.
1 Able Broyles’ Shedding/Grief Process, 12 in. (30 cm) in length, terra cotta, fired to cone 04, artist’s hair, 2021.


Topics: Ceramic Artists