CLAYFEST

at Saratoga Clay Arts Center (www.saratogaclayarts.org) in Schuylerville, New York, November 20–December 31.

1 Rachel Donner’s blue mug, 3½ in. (9 cm) in width, porcelain. 2 Matthew Schiemann’s pitcher, 14 in. (36 cm) in height, red earthenware, underglaze, glaze.

3 Nikki Lau’s Spotty Face Planter, 3 in. (7 cm) in height, mid-range red clay, underglaze, glaze.

Objects of Desire Holiday Exhibition

at Red Lodge Clay Center (www.redlodgeclaycenter.com) in Red Lodge, Montana, November 5–December 22.

1 Sean O’Connell’s Double-Square Tray, 11 in. (28 cm) in length, stoneware, slip, glaze, 2021.

Chroma Terra

at The Center for Contemporary Art (www.ccabedminster.org) in Bedminster, New Jersey, through December 11.

1 Chris Alveshere’s Jar Twosome, 6½ in. (17 cm) in length, colored porcelain, crushed brick inclusions, fired to cone 10 in oxidation, 2021.

2 Lauren Mabry’s You Can Have It All, 13½ in. (9 cm) in height, red earthenware, slip, glaze, 2019. 3 Wesley T. Brown’s Flower Vase, 19 in. (48 cm) in height, stoneware, underglaze, lithium wash, fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln.

4 Rebecca Zweibel’s Splendid Carriage, 7 in. (18 cm) in length, earthen red clay, slip, terra sigillata, underglaze, wax, fired to cone 5.

Strictly Functional Pottery National

at the Lancaster Museum of Art (strictlyfunctionalpottery.net) in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, through November 13.

1 Mimi Logothetis’ Minus Platter, 16 in. (41 cm) in length, porcelain, fired to cone 10 in reduction.

2 Meghan Tranauskas’ Perseus, then Cassiopeia, 16½ in. (42 cm) in height, stoneware, fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln. 3 Vered Binyamini’s Candle Stand 2, 12½ in. (32 cm) in height, red stoneware, fired to cone 3.

4 Heather Ossandon’s Starburst Coffee Pour Over Set, 15 in. (38 cm) in length, porcelain, stoneware, wood fired to cone 10.

5 Mike Gesiakowski’s red/yellow bowl, 5⅓ in. (14 cm) in width, earthenware, fired to cone 04. 6 Quinn Maher’s teapot and tray, 5½ in. (14 cm) in width, earthenware, soda fired to cone 3.

7 Katie Pack’s Blue Frog Butterdish Blues, 7½ in. (19 cm) in length, stoneware, fired to cone 5.8 Samantha Momeyer’s bowl, 9⅓ in. (24 cm) in diameter, colored porcelain, fired to cone 5.

9 Laura Jenels’ Exposed at the Grocery, 19 in. (48 cm) in height, stoneware, fired to cone 5.

10 Beth Armour’s bronze green rocking vessel, 10 in. (25 cm) in length, porcelain, fired to cone 6. 11 Carey Nathanson’s Wall Gooey, 3 in. (8 cm) in height, stoneware, wood fired to cone 12.

12 Amy Henson’s serving boat, 11 in. (28 cm) in length, red earthenware, fired to cone 04 in an electric kiln.

13 Ursula Fries-Herfort’s Mater Bavarica, 7 in. (18 cm) in height, porcelain, fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln.

14 Andrea Marquis’ candelabra, 21 in. (53 cm) in height, stoneware, fired to cone 2 in oxidation.

15 Steve Loucks’ bluish and opal round teapot with amber overhead handle, 12 in. (30 cm) in height, stoneware, fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln.

 16 Yoshi Fujii’s jar, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, stoneware, fired to cone 5 in an electric kiln.

17 Simon Levin’s Pedestal Dinner, 13 in. (33 cm) in length, stoneware, wood fired to cone 10 and cone 9. 18 Sara Alfieri’s Blue Stripe Tasting 4 Flight, 19 in. (48 cm) in length, white stoneware, fired to cone 5 in an electric kiln.

19 Kathleen Pittorf’s Miscellaneous Mug Handled Green, 4 in. (10 cm) in width, stoneware, fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln. 20 Anahita Mosayebi’s jewelry dish, 4 in. (10 cm) in length, earthenware, fired to cone 5 in an electric kiln.

21 Heidi McKay Casto’s Bamboo Buddies, 4¾ in. (12 cm) in width, porcelain, fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln. 22 Breana Ferreira’s Box, 8 in. (20 cm) in length, stoneware, fired to cone 5 in an electric kiln.

23 Tripti Yoganathan’s Matsya Double Wall Teabowl, 5½ in. (14 cm) in diameter, porcelain, fired to cone 10 in reduction. 24 Lori Piecyk’s Red Iron Pattern Cup, 3 in. (8 cm) in height, porcelain, fired to cone 10 in reduction.

Majolica Mania: Transatlantic Pottery in England and the United States, 1850–1915

at the Bard Graduate Center (www.bgc.bard.edu) in New York, New York, through January 2, 2022. 

1 Mintons Ltd.’s Oyster Plate, Shape No. 1323, 9¼ in. (24 cm) in diameter, earthenware, majolica glazes, 1901.

2  Josiah Wedgwood & Sons’ Swan Vase, 4 ft. 7 in. (1.4 m) in height, earthenware, majolica glazes, steel, 1887. Photo: Bruce White. 3 Paul Comoléra’s Peacock, Shape No. 2045, 5 ft. (1.5 m) in height, earthenware, majolica glazes, 1876. Manufactured by Minton & Co. Photo: Bruce White.

4 Matilda Charsley’s Lobster Dish, Shape No. 1543, 9½ in. (24 cm) in length, earthenware, majolica slips, 1869. Manufactured by Minton & Co. Photo: Bruce White. 5 Minton & Co.’s Game Pie Dish, Shape No. 1990, 18⅛ in. (46 cm) in length, earthenware, majolica glazes, 1876. Collection of Joan Stacke Graham. Photo: Bruce White.

6 Samuel Lear’s basket, 13½ in. (34 cm) in length, earthenware, majolica glazes, 1883. Photo: Bruce White.

The Edge of Elegance: Porcelains by Elsa Rady

at the Crocker Art Museum (www.crockerart.org) in Sacramento, California, through November 1.

1 Elsa Rady’s bowl, 9¼ in. (23 cm) in diameter, porcelain, glaze, 1979. Gifts of Jane Rady Lynes.

Passage

at the Asheville Regional Airport (https://flyavl.com/artintheairport) in Asheville, North Carolina, through November 15.

1 Robert Milnes’ Queen, 31 in. (79 cm) in height, cone-04 earthenware, textured glazes, slips, epoxy, 2020.

Sublime: Works by Li Hongwei

at Pucker Gallery (www.puckergallery.com) in Boston, Massachusetts, through November 28.

1 Hongwei Li’s Dan, 14¼ in. (36 cm) in height, porcelain, stainless steel, 2021. Photo: Raymond Liu.

Topics: Ceramic Artists