Focus: Emerging Artists

This year, Ceramics Monthly received a record number of submissions to our Emerging Artists competition. We take that, as well as the high level of quality work submitted as a good sign that the field of studio ceramics is thriving. We are sure you will see the promise these artists bring not only to ceramics but to the world of creative endeavors as a whole. —Sherman Hall, Editor

 

on the cover: Soup tureen with ladle, 14 in. (36 cm) in length, thrown and altered porcelain, 2010, by Martha Grover, Helena, Montana.

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Emerging Artists 2010

Check out 17 artists who embody the promise that clay brings to the world of creative endeavors.

Daniel Bare Hudsonville, Michigan

Jeff Campana Louisville, Kentucky

Bowie Croisant Kansas City, Missouri

Ryan Takaba San Antonio, Texas

Matthew McGovern Cedar, Michigan

Lauren Gallaspy Athens, Georgia

Jury Smith Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Denny Gerwin Logan, Utah

Seth Green Parchment, Michigan

Mark Goudy Berkeley, California

David Hicks Visalia, California

Martha Grover Helena, Montana

Nicholas Bivins Red Lodge, Montana

Sarah Gross Lawrence, Kansas

Samuel Hoffman Corvalis, Oregon

Adam Shiverdecker Pensacola, Florida

Katherine Taylor Little Elm, Texas

 

 


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