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4th National Clay and Glass Biennial

This wood fired vase was recently selected for exhibition in the "4th National Clay and Glass Biennial", which will be held at the Brea Art Gallery, Brea, CA, July 22nd - September 15th, 2017.


This is a shot of Mark Errol and Glen Josey, with news anchor Karla Heath-Sands, in the studio of WALB-TV for a promotional taping regarding the upcoming exhibition at Plough Gallery, in Tifton, GA, entitled "TEA: The Ritual and The Art". In conjunction with this international teapot and tea bowl exhibit, there will be an authentic Japanese tea ceremony, which will be presented by The Japan America Society of Georgia.

My shino chawan is in the foreground, with its wooden box behind. 


Functional Relationships

These three wood fired sake vessels were recently selected for exhibition in "Functional Relationships", which showcases groups of functional objects that have visual or utilitarian harmony.  This show will be held at New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art, 506 Main Street, New Harmony, IN, from April 15th - May 27th, 2017.

Off Center

This wood fired Bud Vase was recently chosen to be part of an international ceramic art exhibition, "Off Center". It will be held in the Coker Gallery at Blue Line Arts, from April 14th - May 27th, 2017. BLA is located at 405 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA.
To see a slide show of the 61 works chosen by Sandy Simon and Robert Brady, click on the news heading Off Center above.

Ceramic Innovations

The following wood fired vases were recently selected for inclusion in "Ceramic Innovations", being held at the Wayne Art Center, April 1st - April 29th, 2017. An opening reception will be held on April 1st from 5:00 - 7:00 pm. WAC is located at 413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne, PA.
The catalog for this exhibition cam be viewed by clicking on the news heading Ceramics Innovations above.


The following two wood fired pieces were recently selected for inclusion in "SIP: A Ceramic Cup Show". This exhibition is being hosted by the Savannah Clay Community, and will be held at Non-Fiction Gallery, 1522 Bull Street, Savannah, GA. The show runs from February 17th through the 25th, with an opening reception on February 17th from 7-9 pm.


These wood fired chawan will be exhibited in Plough Gallery's "TEA: The Ritual and the Art" this spring, from April 15th - June 1st, in conjunction with The Japan-America Society of Georgia and the Georgia Museum of Agriculture. The show opens April 15th, with a reception from 3:00 - 5:00 PM at the gallery, and a formal tea ceremony, being held at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture, immediately following at 6:00 PM. Plough Gallery is located at 1203 College Avenue, N., Tifton, GA.
Pieces in the exhibition can be seen by clicking on the news heading TEA above.

Vessels: Interpretations and Iterations

These two kurinuki wood fired pieces were selected for exhibition in "Vessels: Interpretations and Iterations", being held at MANTLE Gallery, 506 Baxter Avenue, Louisville, KY, from February 1st - 28th.


Ceramics Monthly Article

It is a pleasure to be represented in Anthony Merino's article regarding April, 2016's sake vessels exhibition at Lacoste Gallery, curated by Jeff Shapiro. This article appears in the February 2017 issue of Ceramics Monthly, pgs. 52 - 55. Left to right: Lisa Hammond, myself, and Ryuichi Kakurezaki. This article can be viewed online by clicking on the News Heading above.

Out of the Ashes

These wood fired pieces were selected for inclusion in "Out of the Ashes", a national exhibition showcasing contemporary wood fired ceramics. It is being held at Morean Center for Clay, St. Petersburg, FL. From approximately 200 entries, 55 works were chosen. The show opens on December 10th, 2016 and runs through January 30th, 2017.