Focus: Gallery Guide 2011

Our annual comprehensive listing of venues exhibiting clay is a must see for knowing where to go—or where to show—in the world of ceramics. Find a place to visit, see some great clay work, and support your local gallery!

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on the cover: Triptych, 23 in. (58 cm) in width, handbuilt earthenware, hollow construction, glaze, sandblasted, 2007, by Jerilyn Virden, Penland, North Carolina.

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Jerilyn Virden: The Evolution of a Form
by Robin Dreyer

Using inspiration from simple dough bowls and grinding stones of the southwestern US, a potter explores a personal re-interpretation of archetypal forms.

Experiments in Peach Bloom
by John Britt

How many test tiles does it take to resurrect an ancient glaze that mimics the look of ripening fruit? You guessed it: 600.

Recipes: copper glazes fired in various atmospheric conditions to achieve wide ranging results.


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MFA Factor: Indiana University Bloomington

A three-year graduate program in the Midwest boasts 12 graduate positions.

Past, Present, and Future at Greenwich House Pottery
by Janet Koplos

The history of a New York City educational ceramic institution follows the arc of studio pottery in the US—both of which are still going strong.

Neil Moss, 1941–2010
by Melinda Barth

 

From Making Molds to Making Sales
by Jonathan Kaplan

How the skills gained during a career as a potter turned designer/manufacturer became useful in owning and operating a gallery.

Studio Visit: Simon van der Ven, Lincolnville, Maine

It’s all about balance for this potter who is constantly mindful of the potential difference between creative expectation and the realities of being a potter.


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