Editor’s Picks: Top Five Ceramics Exhibitions and Events – December 2010

 

Dinnerware by Julie Johnson, La Mesa at Santa Fe Clay.

Dinnerware by Julie Johnson; La Mesa at Santa Fe Clay.

It’s that time of year again…time for holiday sales and studio open houses! And in the spirit of buying handmade this holiday season, I thought I would dedicate this edition of the Editor’s Picks entirely to these events and sales. So skip the malls this year and support fellow artists and arts organizations by buying unique one-of-a-kind gifts! – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

To see a more complete listing of ceramic exhibitions and events, please check out the Ceramics Monthly calendar.


The details...

Where:

The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
What:

Gifted: The Clay Studio’s Annual Holiday Exhibition
When:

December 3January 2, 2011
Web:

www.theclaystudio.org

To learn more about Jenny Mendes or see more images of her work, please visit www.jennymendes.com.

"Boy and Owl" by Jenny Mendez, terra cotta, 3.5''x3.5"x1.5''.

“Boy and Owl” by Jenny Mendes, terra cotta, 3.5”x3.5″x1.5”; Gifted: The Clay Studio’s Annual Holiday Exhibition at The Clay Studio.


<br />Cups by Kristina Stafford; Clay Holiday: Annual Studio Tour and Sale at Clay Art Center.

Cups by Kristina Stafford; Clay Holiday: Annual Studio Tour and Sale at Clay Art Center.

The details...

Where:

Clay Art Center, Port Chester, New York
What:

Clay Holiday: Annual Studio Tour and Sale
When:

December 223, 2010
Web:

www.clayartcenter.org

To learn more about Kristina Stafford or see more images of her work, please visit www.kristinastafford.com.


The details...

Where:

MudFire Clayworks and Gallery, Decatur, Georgia
What:

One of a Kind Holiday Studio Sale
When:

November 13December 23, 2010
Web:

www.mudfire.com

To learn more about Erik Haagensen or see more images of his work, please visit www.haagensen.net.

"Monster Mosh Pit" vase by Erik Haagensen.

“Monster Mosh Pit” vase by Erik Haagensen; One of a Kind Holiday Studio Sale at MudFire Clayworks.


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Dish by Jennifer Wankoff.

Dish by Jennifer Wankoff; Holiday Fine Craft Show at Main Line Art Center.

The details...

Where:

Main Line Art Center, Haverford, Pennsylvania
What:

Holiday Fine Craft Sale
When:

December 112, 2010
Web:

www.mainlineart.org

To learn more about Jennifer Wankoff or see more images of her work, please visit www.perkinscenter.org.


The details...

Where:

Puls Contemporary Ceramics, Brussels, Belgium
What:

Happy Christmas Stocking
When:

November 20December 23, 2010
Web:

www.pulsceramics.com

To learn more about Rafael P©rez or see more images of his work, please visit www.rafaperez.es.

Sculpture by Rafael P©rez; Happy Christmas Stocking at Puls Contemporary Ceramics.

Sculpture by Rafael P©rez; Happy Christmas Stocking at Puls Contemporary Ceramics.


Tumblers by Ryan McKerley.

Tumblers by Ryan McKerley; La Mesa at Santa Fe Clay.

The details...

Where:

Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
What:

La Mesa
When:

December 10January 15, 2011
Web:

www.santafeclay.com

To learn more about Ryan McKerley or see more images of his work, please visit www.ryanmckerley.com.


 
 
Comments
  • I loved this selection also, but please don’t knock the “how-to” for beginners. I started twelve years ago and still have so much to learn.

  • I loved this selection also, but please don’t knock the “how-to” for beginners. I started twelve years ago and still have so much to learn.

  • Very good selection. So nice to come here and find that sort of thing instead of some “how-to” for beginners.

  • Very good selection. So nice to come here and find that sort of thing instead of some “how-to” for beginners.

  • Can’t wait to see La Mesa… also- Christa Assad’s invitational at Red Lodge Clay Center looks promising. I’ll be lucky this year to see that show too!

  • Can’t wait to see La Mesa… also- Christa Assad’s invitational at Red Lodge Clay Center looks promising. I’ll be lucky this year to see that show too!

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