Other participating artists besides myself:
Christa Assad, Kenneth Baskin, Ashwini Bhat, Robert Briscoe, Lisa Clague, Cristina Cordova, Judith Duff, Marty Fielding, Mary Fischer, Rachel K. Garceau, Mark Hewitt, Nick Joerling, Ani Kasten, Kristen Kieffer, Myung Jin Kim, Alex Matisse, Ron Meyers, Ben Owen III, Ronan Kyle Peterson, Deborah Rogers, Tim Rowan, Shawn Spangler, Sam Taylor & Lana Wilson.
From The Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston.
Our Cups Runneth Over is a biannual exhibition and sale of contemporary ceramic
cups featuring the work of 33 artists from around the country. The exhibition attracts
the attention of regional and national collectors and has become an important
educational destination for students to learn about the various formal, conceptual
and technical approaches that ceramics allows. Sanam Emami, Head of the Pottery
Department at Colorado State University, Fort Collins has conceived a site-specific
installation that further explores her interest in the patterns of Iranian and Islamic art
and architecture. Emami will be offering a workshop at Harvard Ceramics, Tuesday,
November 13 at 5:00pm. For details: http://www.ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics/
For a preview of this exhibition click here
Don’t miss this one. Click here to view Cup the Intimate Object VIII at Charlie Cummings Gallery
Here it is, a new exhibition at Crimson Laurel Gallery. There are a variety of good ceramic artists in this one and you don’t want to miss it. All work was to be inspired by refreshing H2O.
This year I was published as an Emerging Artist 2012 in Ceramics Monthly along with thirteen other ceramic artists. Check out the other talent represented and vote for your favorite here at Ceramics Arts Daily
In Progress Work
Click Small Favors VII, to check out the current exhibition at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia. I am exhibiting with good company, including two artists that I had spent time working with at the St. Petersburg Clay Company, Ian Meares and Tommy Frank. I should mention that all the work had to be made to fit in a 4x4x4 inch plexiglass box.
I especially appreciate the hard work that goes into the exhibitions at The Clay Studio and the people who make them happen.