Gallery Guide

The following directory is a regularly updated list of galleries that typically exhibit ceramics, as well as museums with significant ceramics collections. You will find establishments that display contemporary and historical pottery, ceramic sculpture, installation and experimental works by well-known and emerging ceramic artists.

 

United States museums and galleries are listed alphabetically by state, then by city, then venue name. International locations are listed alphabetically by country, then by city, then venue name. 

 

Only venues that have verified the information in their listings have been included. Contact information has been included to allow you to check current offerings and hours before visiting. To help us make the guide more comprehensive, please submit new listings via our online Gallery Guide Listing Form.

 

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International Galleries


United States Galleries

Alabama, Birmingham
Red Dot Gallery
1001 Stuart St.
scott@reddotgallery.com
www.reddotgallery.com
205-870-7608
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 2 ceramic artists; Scott Bennett and Dori DeCamillis | 2 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Alabama, Fairhope
The Kiln Studio and Gallery
60 N. Section St.
thekilnstudio@yahoo.com
www.thekilnstudio.com
251-517-5460
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 25 ceramic artists; Scott Bennett, Susie Bowman, Annette Gates, Casey Ginn, Chris Gryder, Ron Meyers, Bertice McPherson, Ronan Peterson, and Chuck Solberg | 10 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Alabama, Huntsville
designbyhart Pottery Studio and Gallery
2211 Seminole Dr., #2009
designbyhartpottery@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/pages/designbyhart/330883457468
256-339-6432
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 11 ceramic artists | 3 ceramics exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Arizona, Bisbee
Bisbee Clay
729 Tombstone Canyon
peterbclay@gmail.com
www.claycontact.org, www.pottersforpeace.org
520-249-8093
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; specialize in the use of a 100% local terra cotta clay | representing 1 ceramic artists including Peter Chartrand | 43 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Arizona, Flagstaff
Raging Clay Studio
1080 W. Coy Dr.
rdavis@ragingclay.com
www.ragingclay.com
928-699-4069
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural works; | representing 1 ceramic artists | 10 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Arizona, Mesa
Mesa Arts Center
1 E. Main St.
artscenterinfo@mesaartscenter.com
www.mesaartscenter.com
480-644-6500
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; | 15 multimedia exhibitions including clay per year.
Arizona, Phoenix
Eye Lounge Contemporary Arts Space
419 E. Roosevelt St.
eyelounge@gmail.com
www.eyelounge.com
602-430-1490
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural works; | representing 4 ceramic artists; onstance McBride, Cherie Buck-Hutchison, John Randall Nelson, Takashi Hara | 3 ceramics exhibitions and 5 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Arizona, Scottsdale
Udinotti Gallery
4215 N. Marshall Way
udinottigallery@qwestoffice.net
www.udinottigallery.com/
480-946-7056
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural works; | representing Rudy Autio, Stephen DeStaebler, Gary Grooters, Brian Harper, Don Reitz, John Toki, Wanxin Zhang and Agnese Udinotti | 2 clay exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Arizona, Tempe
ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center
699 S. Mill Ave., Ste. 108
Mary-Beth.Buesgen@asu.edu
asuartmuseum.asu.edu/ceramicsresearchcenter
480-727-8170
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; Permanent collection of more than 4000 works of American British and Asian ceramics, including works by Robert Arneson, Viola Frey, Shoji Hamada, Jun Kaneko, Maria Martinez, Lucie Rie, Adrian Saxe, Toshiko Takaezu, Akio Takamori, Peter Voulkos and Kurt Weiser | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 5 clay exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Arizona, Tucson
Obsidian Gallery
4865 N. Camino Arenosa
info@obsidian-gallery.com
www.obsidian-gallery.com
520-389-2070
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; .
Arizona, Tucson
Romero House Potters Inc./Tucson Museum of Art
102 W. Washington St.
info@romerohousepotters.org
www.romerohousepotters.org
520-624-4287
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing 19 ceramic artists | 2 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Arizona, Tucson
Sabino Stoneware Pottery
1019 N. Jacobus Ave.
burnersabino@aol.com
www.sabinopottery.com
520 624-5201
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; United States | representing 1 ceramic artists including Janet K. Burner | 4 ceramics exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Altadena
del Mano Gallery
PO Box 6279
gallery@delmano.com
www.delmano.com
626-421-6359
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; Art teapots, contemporary and secondary market pieces | representing 50+ ceramic artists | 2 ceramics exhibitions per year.
California, Berkeley
The Potters' Studio Gallery
2121 8th St. at Gilman
info@berkeleypottersstudio.com
www.berkeleypottersstudio.com
510-528-3286
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; works by artists associated with the studio | representing 30 ceramic artists | 6 ceramics exhibitions per year.
California, Berkeley
TRAX Gallery
1812 Fifth St.
info@traxgallery.com
www.traxgallery.com
510-540-8729
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; pots for use with food or decorative: for the table | representing 17 ceramic artists | 6-8 ceramics exhibitions per year.
California, Claremont
Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College
1030 Columbia Ave.
csalomon@scrippscollege.edu
http://rcwg.scrippscollege.edu
909-607-8090
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural, functional, and figurative works; mid-century ceramics | representing Bengston, Kaneko, Mason, McIntosh, Price, Soldner, Takemoto, Wood, Woodman, and Voulkos | 1 ceramics exhibitions per year.
California, Clearlake
The Art House Gallery
15210 Lakeshore Dr.
melinday@rocketmail.com
www.thearthousegallery.net
707-994-1716
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing 4 ceramic artists; Bernadette Straub, Jane McFall, Mary McGreggor, Walter Dreis, Julie Colfax, Rene LaRose | 10+ ceramics exhibitions and 12-30 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Fresno
Clay Mix
1003 N. Abby St.
info@clay-mix.com
www.clay-mix.com
559-485-0065
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing Craig Easter, Susanne French, David Hicks, Scott Jennings, Garrett Masterson, Una Mjurka, Pat Oyama, Jim Romberg, and Tiffany Schmierer | 4 clay exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Graton
Art Honors Life Projects at FUNERIA
2860 Bowen St. #23
arthonorslife@funeria.com
www.funeria.com
707 829 1966
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; new funerary urns, vessels, reliquaries, and personal memorial art | representing 15 ceramic artists | 1 clay exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Laguna Beach
coastal eddy a gallery
1417 S. Coast Hwy.
info@coastaleddyagallery.com
www.coastaleddyagallery.com
949-715-4113
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; only dedicated ceramics art gallery in Orange County, CA | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 10 clay exhibitions and 3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Los Angeles
Freehand Gallery
8413 W. Third St.
email@freehand.com
www.freehand.com
323-655-2607
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; American artists | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 2 clay exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Mendocino
Mendocino Art Center
45200 Little Lake St.
marketing@mendocinoartcenter.org
www.mendocinoartcenter.org
800-653-3328
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural and functional works; | representing 15 ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 6 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Ojai
Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts
8560 Ojai-Santa Paula Rd.
beatricewoodcenter@gmail.com
www.beatricewood.com
805-646-3381
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics; functional and sculptural works; permanent collection of Beatrice Wood works | 6 ceramics exhibitions and 8 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Palm Springs
Silica Studios
752 Williams Rd.
silicastudios@gmail.com
www.silicastudios.com
760-325-7007
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; contemporary southern California ceramic artists | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 3 clay exhibitions and 3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Pasadena
Xiem Gallery
1563 N. Lake Ave
suzette@xiemclay.com
www.xiemclaycenter.com
626-794-5833
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and, and figurative works; Established and emerging local artists | representing 50 ceramic artists | 4 clay exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Pomona
American Museum of Ceramic Art
399 North Garey Ave.
frontdesk@amoca.org
www.amoca.org
909-865-3146
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; presenting, collecting, and preserving examples of significant, world-wide ceramic achievements, from ancient times to the present. | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 5 clay exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Pomona
Armstrong's Gallery
150 E. 3rd St.
armstronggallery@verizon.net
www.armstronggallery.net
909-623-6464
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; tea bowls, tea pots | representing Fong Choo, Tom Coleman, Elaine Coleman, Phil Cornelius, Glenn Grishkoff, Steven Hill, Patrick Horsley, Yoshiro Ikeda, Don Reitz, Porntip Sanvanich, and William Waters | 6 ceramics exhibitions per year.
California, Roseville
Blue Line Arts
405 Vernon St.
info@bluelinearts.org; tony@bluelinearts.org
www.rosevillearts.org
916-783-4117
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 6 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Sacramento
Crocker Art Museum
216 O St.
cam@crockerartmuseum.org
www.crockerartmuseum.org
916-808-7000
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; American studio ceramics since 1945, Funk, and contemporary studio practices, and Southwest pottery. International including British, Danish, German, and Japanese. Historic: Korean, Goryeo Period, Early Meissen porcelain, Asian trade ceramics. | representing 800+ ceramic artists including Warren MacKenzie, Rob Barnard, Toshiko Takaezu, Robert Arneson, Gertrud and Otto Natzler, Lucie Rie, Roxanne Swentzell, Annabeth Rosen, Richard Notkin, Clayton Bailey | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, San Diego
Mingei International Museum
Balboa Park, 1439 El Prado
admin@mingei.org
www.mingei.org
619-239-0003
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics.
California, San Diego
San Diego Potters' Guild
Studio 29, Spanish Village, Balboa Park, 1770 Village Pl.
sandiegopottersguild@gmail.com
www.sandiegopottersguild.org
619-239-0507
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing 40+ ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, San Diego
San Diego Sculptors Guild and Gallery
1770 Village Pl., Studio #36
artmari12@netscape.net
www.sandiegosculptorsguild.com
619-238-0522
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural works; | representing 9 ceramic artists; Sergey GornushkinMari PageTracie MonkVictoria JohnsonPatty Palenschat Carol FosterRoxanne SullivanChris BrownWendy Ontiveris | 12 ceramics exhibitions and 12 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, San Francisco
Catharine Clark Gallery
248 Utah St.
cc@cclarkgallery.com
www.cclarkgallery.com
510-399-1439
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural and figurative works; | representing 1 ceramic artists; Wanxin Zhang | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 5 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, San Francisco
deYoung Museum
Golden Gate Park
contact@famsf.org
http://deyoung.famsf.org/
415-750-3600
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functinal, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; The American Art permanent collection galleries integrate decorative arts objects with paintings and sculptures, emphasizing the artistic, social and political context for the works on display. While essentially chronological, the installation also juxtaposes works from different cultures and time periods to emphasize the historical connections between works in the collection. The de Young’s holdings of American art include over 800 sculptures and 3,000 decorative arts objects spanning the seventeenth century to the present.The de Young also features contemporary installation and conceptual works by Andy Goldsworthy, Kiki Smith, and James Turrell. The outdoor Barbro Osher Sculpture Garden houses works by Joan Miró, Louise Nevelson, Isamu Noguchi, and Claes Oldenburg. The promised gift of the Dorothy and George Saxe Collection will transform the de Young into one of the most important repositories of contemporary studio craft in the United States. | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 1 clay exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, San Francisco
Hedge Gallery
501 Pacific Ave.
info@hedgegallery.com
www.hedgegallery.com
415-433-2233
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing Morten Løbner Espersen, Aneta Regel, Paul Philp, Tony Marsh, Erna Aaltonen | 2 clay exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, San Francisco
Rena Bransten Projects
1639 Market St.
info@renabranstengallery.com
www.renabranstengallery.com
415-982-3292
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; installation, figurative, and sculptural works; | representing 6 ceramic artists; John Bankston, Dennis Gallagher, Jun Kaneko, Nathan Lynch, Kumie Tsuda | 2-3 ceramics exhibitions and 2-3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, San Fransico
SMAart Gallery & Studio
1045 Sutter St
steve@smaartgallery.com
www.smaartgallery.com
415-962-7877
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural, figurative, functional, and installation works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 10 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Stockton
LH Horton Jr Gallery, San Joaquin Delta College
5151 Pacific Ave.
jmarlese@deltacollege.edu
gallery.deltacollege.edu
209-954-5507
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing 200+ ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 3-4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
California, Venice
L.A. Louver
45 N. Venice Blvd.
www.lalouver.com
310-822-4955
contemporary.
Colorado, Arvada
Arvada Ceramic Arts Guild
5870 Wadsworth Blvd.
info@arvadaceramicarts.org
www.arvadaceramicarts.org
303-423-0448
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 20 ceramic artists | 3 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Colorado, Arvada
The Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities
6901 Wadsworth Blvd.
bebe@arvadacenter.org
www.arvadacenter.org
720-898-7200
.
Colorado, Aspen
Harvey / Meadows Gallery
517 E. Hopkins
info@harveymeadows.com
www.harveymeadows.com
970-920-7721
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing Tony Marsh, Anne Currier, John Gill, Julia Gallloway, Betty Woodman, Ken Ferguson, Richard Shaw, Christa Assad, Andy Brayman, Del Harrow ceramic artists | 8 ceramics exhibitions and 3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Colorado, Carbondale
Carbondale Clay Center
135 Main St.
info@carbondaleclay.org
www.carbondaleclay.org
970-963-2529
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 25 ceramic artists | 11 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Colorado, Denver
Artists on Santa Fe Gallery & Studios
747 Santa Fe Dr.
macy80204@gmail.com
www.artistsonsantafe.com
303-573-5903
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; | representing 6 ceramic artists; Connie Christensen, Macy Dorf, James Garnett, Lamecia Landrum, Janey Skeer, Cristine Boyd | 12 ceramics exhibitions and 12 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Colorado, Denver
Denver Art Museum
100 W. 14 Ave. Pkwy.
info@denverartmuseum.org
www.denverartmuseum.org
720-865-5000
Primarily exhibiting historical ceramics; Pre-Columbian, Native American, Asian ceramics.
Colorado, Denver
Plinth Gallery
3520 Brighton Blvd.
gallery@plinthgallery.com
www.plinthgallery.com
303-295-0717
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; .
Colorado, Manitou Springs
Commonwheel Artists Co-op
102 Canon Ave.
marketing@commonwheel.com
www.commonwheel.com
719-685-1008
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; | representing 9 ceramic artists; Vicky HansenTracy Hartman Jensen Nicole CopelBill WilsonLance TimcoSusan DemosDon CoxWilli EggermanDeborah Hager | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 10 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Colorado, Snowmass Village
Anderson Ranch Arts Center
5263 Owl Creek Rd.
info@andersonranch.org
www.andersonranch.org
970-923-3181
.
Connecticut, Guilford
Mill Gallery, Guilford Art Center
411 Church St.
mbelden@guilfordartcenter.org
www.guilfordartcenter.org
203-453-5947
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural, functional, figurative, and installation works; ontemporary American craft | representing 30 | 6 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Connecticut, Middletown
Wesleyan Potters Gallery Shop
350 S. Main St.
wesleyan.potters@snet.net
www.wesleyanpotters.com
860-347-5925
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 50+ ceramic artists | 8 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Connecticut, South Windsor
Greenleaf Pottery
240 Chapel Rd.
john@greenleafpottery.net
www.greenleafpottery.net
860-528-6090
Primarily exhibiting Contemporary ceramics; Functional works; stoneware pottery | representing 1 ceramic artists including John Macomber | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
District of Columbia, Washington
Cross Mackenzie Gallery
1675 Wisconsin Ave. NW
becca@crossmackenzie.com
www.crossmackenzie.com
202-333-7970
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural and functional works; | representing | 6 ceramics exhibitions per year.
District of Columbia, Washington
Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution
1050 Independence Ave. SW
publicaffairsasia@si.edu
www.asia.si.edu
202-633-0522
Primarily exhibiting h ceramics.
District of Columbia, Washington
Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Pennsylvania Ave. at 17 St., NW
info@si.edu
www.americanart.si.edu
202-633-1000
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics; functional and sculptural works; American contemporary crafts and decorative arts.
Florida, DeLand
Museum of Florida Art
600 N. Woodland Blvd.
bolge@moartdeland.org
www.museumoffloridaart.org
386-734-4371
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; Florida ceramics.
Florida, Gainesville
Charlie Cummings Gallery
2040 NW 6th St.
charlie@claylink.com
www.claylink.com
352-359-2015
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing 30+ ceramic artists | 10-12 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Florida, Key West
Key West Pottery
1203 Duval St.
info@keywestpottery.com
www.keywestpottery.com
305-900-8303
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functgional and sculptural works; | representing Adam Russell, Kelly Lever.
Florida, Miami
Mindy Solomon Gallery
172 NW 24th St.
info@mindysolomon.com
www.mindysolomon.com
786-953-6917
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; South Korean ceramics | representing 10 ceramic artists | 2 clay exhibitions and 3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Florida, Naples
Rosen Gallery & Studios
North Line Plaza, 2172 J & C Blvd.
rictra@earthlink.net
239-821-1061
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural works; | representing Richard W. Rosen | 6 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Florida, St. Petersburg
Morean Center for Clay
420 22nd St. S.
matt.schiemann@moreanartscenter.org
www.moreanartscenter.org
727-896-2529
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 10 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Georgia, Atlanta
Signature
3267 Roswell Rd.
info@thesignatureshop.com
www.thesignatureshop.com
404-237-4426
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 40+ ceramic artists | 6 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Georgia, Decatur
MudFire Clayworks & Gallery
175 Laredo Dr.
info@mudfire.com
www.mudfire.com
404-377-8033
contemporary.
Georgia, Rabun Gap
The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences
105 Hambidge Ct.
dthacker@hambidge.org
www.hambidge.org
706-746-7324
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 60 | 1 clay exhibitions and 1-2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Georgia, Roswell
Art Center West
1355 Woodstock Rd.
aargentina@roswellgov.com
www.roswellclaycollective.com
770-641-3990
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | 8 clay exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Idaho, Coeur d'Alene
The Art Spirit Gallery
415 E. Sherman Ave.
steve@theartspiritgallery.com
www.theartspiritgallery.com
208-765-6006
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing Chuck Aydlett, Frank Boyden, Josh Deweese, Gina Freuen, Terry Gieber, Glenn Grishkoff, Gerit Grimm, Kerry Moosman, Patricia Sannit, Cary Weigand, and Al Tennant | 12 clay exhibitions and 12 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Illinois, Chicago
Lillstreet Art Center
4401 N. Ravenswood Ave.
lillstreet@lillstreet.com
www.lillstreetgallery.com
773-769-4226
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 40+ ceramic artists | 3 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Illinois, Chicago
The Nevica Project
3717 N. Ravenswood, Unit #115W
info@theNEVICAproject.com
www.theNEVICAproject.com
406-360-0164
contemporary post war ceramics.
Illinois, Grayslake
Neil Estrick Gallery, LLC
888 E. Belvidere Rd., Ste. 101
neil@neilestrickgallery.com
www.neilestrickgallery.com
847-223-1807
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; .
Illinois, Lisle
ClaySpace Ceramic Arts Center
740 Front St.
info@clayspace.net
www.clayspace.net
630-393-2529
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 55 ceramic artists | 12 ceramics exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Illinois, Oak Park
Terra Incognito Studios and Gallery
246 Chicago Ave.
dtoan@ameritech.net
www.terraincognitostudios.com
708-383-6228
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 6 ceramics exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Illinois, Springfield
M.G. Nelson Family Gallery
700 N. 4th St.
director@springfieldart.org
www.springfieldart.org
217-523-2631
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 10 ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Illinois, Urbana
Cinema Gallery
120 W. Main St.
carolyn@cinemagallery.cc
www.cinemagallery.cc
217-367-3711
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural works; Midwestern artists | representing Louis Ballard, Chris Berti, Harris Deller, Jacob Foran, Todd Frahm, Clara Hoag, Dwain Naragon, Laura O'Donnell, Billie Jean Theide, Rimas VisGirda | 2 clay exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Iowa, Decorah
Luther College Fine Arts Collection
Preus Library, 700 College Dr.
ellika03@luther.edu
finearts.luther.edu
563-387-1328
Primarily exhibiting historical ceramics; | 1–2 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Iowa, Iowa City
AKAR
257 E. Iowa Ave.
gallery@akardesign.com
www.akardesign.com
319-351-1227
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 12 ceramics exhibitions and 12 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Iowa, Iowa City
University of Iowa Museum of Art
1375 Highway One W., 1840 Studio Arts Bldg.
uima@uiowa.edu
http://uima.uiowa.edu/
319-335-1727
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; contemporay American and European Ceramics | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 1 clay exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Kansas, Manhattan
Strecker-Nelson Gallery
406 Poyntz Ave.
gallery@kansas.net
www.strecker-nelsongallery.com
785-537-2099
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists; Yoshiro Ikeda, Linda Ganstrom, Marko Fields, Mika Negishi, Robert Smith | 7 ceramics exhibitions and 7 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Kansas, Topeka
Alice C. Sabatini Gallery
1515 SW Tenth Ave.
gallery@tscpl.org
www.tscpl.org/gallery
785-580-4515
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptura works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Kansas, Wichita
Wichita Pottery
300 N. Meridian
jill.houtz@gmail.com
www.wichitapottery.com
316-942-7075
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; United States artists | representing 4 ceramic artists including Jill Houtz, Sheila O'Brien, Eric Rose, and Richard VanSickle | 4 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Kentucky, Berea
Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea
200 Artisan Way
gwen.heffner@ky.gov
www.kentuckyartisancenter.ky.gov
859-985-5448
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; The Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea showcases the work of over 85 Kentucky Ceramic artists with the majority being functional, but with a large selection of non-functional and sculptural works represented as well. | representing 85 ceramic artists | 1 clay exhibitions and 1-2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Kentucky, Louisville
CAsia Institute/ Crane House
1244 South Third St.
info@cranehouse.org
www.cranehouse.org
502-635-2240
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 7 ceramic artists; Sebastian Moh,Kensuke Yamada, Shoko Teruyama, Megumi Naitoh, Haejung Lee, KyoungHwa Oh Yoko Sekino-Bove | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Kentucky, Louisville
Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft
715 W. Main St.
www.kentuckyarts.org
502-589-0102
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; | representing 20 ceramic artists | 2-4 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Louisiana, Lafayette
Sans Souci Fine Crafts Gallery, Louisiana Crafts Guild
219 E. Vermilion St.
guild@bellsouth.net
www.louisianacraftsguild.org
337-266-7999
contemporary and historical.
Louisiana, New Orleans
Carol Robinson Gallery
840 Napolean Ave.
carolrobin@bellsouth.net
www.carolrobinsongallery.com
504-895-6130
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; | representing Tom Brewer, Ron Dale, Lisa Tinka Jordy, Bernard Mattox, Bryon Myrick, and John Oles | 1 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Louisiana, New Orleans
Newcomb Art Gallery at Tulane University
Woldenberg Art Center
gallery@tulane.edu
www.newcombartgallery.tulane.edu
504-865-5328
Primarily exhibiting historical ceramics; functional works; Newcomb pottery | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Maine, Deer Isle
Dowstudio Gallery
19 Dow Rd.
dowstudio@gmail.com
www.dowstudiodeerisle.com
207-348-6498
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; established and emerging studio potters and artists from across the country | representing 35 ceramic artists | 6 clay exhibitions and 6 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Maine, Friendship
Maine Coast Artist Gallery
10 Harbor Rd.
kat@mainecoastartist.com
www.mainecoastartist.com
207-226-7446
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing 11 ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Maine, Peaks Island
Richard Boyd Art Gallery
15 Epps St.
info@richardboydpottery.com
www.richardboydpottery.com
207-712-1097
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | 4 clay exhibitions and 7 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Maine, Portland
Maine Potters Market
376 Fore St.
www.mainepottersmarket.com
207-774-1633
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; | representing 14 ceramic artists | 6 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Maryland, Baltimore
Baltimore Clayworks
5707 Smith Ave.
mary.cloonan@baltimoreclayworks.org
www.baltimoreclayworks.org
410-578-1919
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 25 ceramics exhibitions and 13 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Maryland, Frederick
Hodson and Whitaker Galleries, Hood College
401 Rosemont Ave.
jmichaud@hood.edu
www.hood.edu/academic/art/hodson
301-696-3531
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 20 ceramic artists | 9 ceramics exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Maryland, Hampden
The Potters Guild of Baltimore
3600 Clipper Mill Rd., Ste. 101
info@pottersguildofbaltimore.com
www.pottersguild.org
410-235-4884
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 5 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Massachusetts, Allston
Gallery 224, Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard
224 Western Ave.
ceramics@fas.harvard.edu
http://ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics/gallery224.php
617-495-8680
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; the work of emerging and established ceramic artists | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 6 clay exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Massachusetts, Boston
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
465 Huntington Ave.
ezilber@mfa.org
www.mfa.org
617-267-9300
Primarily exhibiting hitorical and contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; Encyclopedic museum featuring ceramics from across the world. Contemporary ceramics are featured in the museum's new Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art. The Daphne and Peter Farago Gallery for Contemporary Decorative Arts, located in the Linde Wing, features contemporary ceramic works from the museum's permanent collection. | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 10 clay exhibitions and 10 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Massachusetts, Boston
Pucker Gallery
204 Newbury St., 3rd Floor
contactus@puckergallery.com
www.puckergallery.com
617-267-9473
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; | representing Brother Thomas BezansonYoshinori Hagiwara Shoji Hamada Shinsaku HamadaTomoo HamadaMark Hewitt Randy JohnstonJan Kollwitz Miraku Kamei XV Young Jae Lee Ken Matsuzaki Hideaki Miyamura Ben Owen Tatsuzo Shimaoka ceramic artists | 8 ceramics exhibitions and 9 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Massachusetts, Boston
Society of Arts and Crafts
175 Newbury St.
exhibitiongallery@societyofcrafts.org
www.societyofcrafts.org
617-266-1810
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 30 ceramic artists | 2 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Massachusetts, Brockton
Fuller Craft Museum
455 Oak St.
jfairbanks@fullercraft.org
www.fullercraft.org
508-588-6000
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; | 4 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Massachusetts, Cambridge
Mudflat Gallery
36 White St, Porter Square Shopping Ctr.
gallery@mudflat.org
www.mudflat.org
617-491-7976
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 45 ceramic artists | 10 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Massachusetts, Concord
Lacoste Gallery
25 Main St.
info@lacostegallery.com
www.lacostegallery.com
978-369-0278
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics; functional, sculptural, and installation works; Contemporary Ceramics: vessel and sculpture by over 50 internationally recognized artists.10 clay exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions a year. Proposals from artists/curators are welcome. | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 10 clay exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Massachusetts, Magnolia
Lexicon Gallery
15 Lexington Ave.
SeyrelWilliams@gmail.com
www.LexiconGallery.com/CapeAnnCeramicsFestival.com
978-525-2111
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functinal, sculptural, and installation works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 8 ceramics exhibitions and 8 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Massachusetts, North Adams
Ferrin Contemporary
1315 MASS MoCA Way
info@ferrincontemporary.com
www.ferrincontemporary.com
413-346-4004
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; sculptural and installation works; Ferrin Contemporary specializes in ceramic art circa 1950 to the present. | representing 15 ceramic artists including Raymon Elozua, Sing-ying Ho, Giselle Hicks, Sergei Isupov, Steven Young Lee, Roberto Lugo, Lauren Mabry, Peter Pincus, Robert Silvermen, Vipoo Srivla Sa, Mara Superior, Kurt Weigh | 6 ceramics exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Massachusetts, Northampton
Pinch
179 Main St.
info@pinchgoods.com
http://www.pinchgoods.com
413-586-4509
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; .
Massachusetts, Northampton
The Artisan Gallery
162 Main St.
theartisangallery@yahoo.com
www.theartisangallery.com
413-586-1942
contemporary.
Massachusetts, Worcester
The Krikorian Gallery, Worcester Center for Crafts
25 Sagamore Rd.
tomalley1@worcester.edu
www.worcestercraftcenter.org
508-753-8183
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics.
Michigan, Ann Arbor
Clay Gallery
335 S. Main St.
www.claygallery.org
734-662-7927
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; Michigan and the Midwest | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 8 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Michigan, Bloomfield Hills
Cranbrook Art Museum
39221 Woodward Ave.
www.cranbrookart.edu/museum
248-645-3320
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics.
Michigan, Chelsea
River Gallery + Exhibits
118 S. Main, Ste. B
patti@chelsearivergallery.com
www.chelsearivergallery.com
734-433-0826
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; sculptural and figurative works; | representing 2 ceramic artists; Daniel Rhodes, Mark Chatterley, Lisa Farris | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Michigan, Detroit
Pewabic Pottery
10125 E. Jefferson Ave.
gallery@pewabic.org
www.pewabic.org
313-626-2000
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; | 4 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Michigan, St. Joseph
Schaller Gallery
210 State St.
anthony@schallergallery.com
www.schallergallery.com
269-983-7404
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Minnesota, Minneapolis
Northern Clay Center
2424 Franklin Ave. E
nccinfo@northernclaycenter.org
www.northernclaycenter.org
612-339-8007
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 55–60 ceramic artists | 11 ceramics exhibitions and 3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Minnesota, Minneapolis
Fired Up Studios
1701 E. Hennepin Ave.
info@firedupstudios.com
www.firedupstudios.com
612-852-2787
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; Work made by member artists | representing 40 ceramic artists.
Minnesota, St. Paul
The Grand Hand Gallery
719 Grand Ave.
ann.pifer@thegrandhand.com
www.thegrandhand.com
651-312-1122
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; Asian-influenced American-made ceramics | representing 20 ceramic artists | 4 clay exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Mississippi, Biloxi
Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art
386 Beach Blvd.
www.georgeohr.org
228-374-5547
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; sculptural works; promoting and preserving Biloxi potter George E. Ohr and the cultural heritage of the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Mississippi, Natchez
Natchez Pottery Studios
101 Clifton Ave.
natchezclay@gmail.com
www.natchezclay.com
601-807-9797
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; .
Missouri, Kansas City
Belger Crane Yard Studios
2011 Tracy Ave.
gallery@redstarstudios.org
www.craneyardstudios.org
816-474-7316
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 12 ceramics exhibitions and 12 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Missouri, Kansas City
Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art
2004 Baltimore Ave.
sherryleedy@sherryleedy.com
www.sherryleedy.com
816-221-2626
contemporary.
Missouri, Sedalia
Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, State Fair Community College
3201 W. 16th St.
info@daummuseum.org
www.daummuseum.org
660-530-5888
contemporary.
Missouri, St. Louis
Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design
501 N. Grand Blvd.
exhibitions@craftalliance.org
www.craftalliance.org
314-534-7528
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural, functional, figurative, sometimes installation works; | 5-7 multimedia exhibitions including clay per year.
Montana, Helena
Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts
2915 Country Club Ave.
steve@archiebray.org
www.archiebray.org
406-443-3502
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 9 ceramics exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Montana, Helena
Turman Larison Contemporary
337 N. Last Chance Gulch
tlcontemporary@mac.com
www.turmanlarison.com
406-443-0340
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 15 ceramic artists | 5 ceramics exhibitions and 9 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Montana, Missoula
The Clay Studio of Missoula
1106A Hawthorne St.
director@theclaystudioofmissoula.org
www.theclaystudioofmissoula.org
406-543-0509
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing | 11 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Montana, Red Lodge
Red Lodge Clay Center
123 S. Broadway
gallery@redlodgeclaycenter.com
www.redlodgeclaycenter.com
406-446-3993
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; A place for professionally minded ceramic artists to create new work and to emphasize art in our everyday lives. | representing 80 ceramic artists | 24 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Montana, Whitefish
Stillwater Gallery
240 Central Ave.
tom@whitefishpottery.com
www.whitefishpottery.com
406-862-8211
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 6 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Nebraska, Ashland
Cooper Studio & Gallery
1526 Silver St.
cooperstudio@windstream.net
www.merchantcircle.com/business/Cooper.Studio.And.Gallery.402-944-2022
402-944-2022
contemporary.
Nebraska, Lincoln
LUX Center for the Arts
2601 N. 48th St.
bri@luxcenter.org
www.luxcenter.org
402-466-8692
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; United States | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 6 clay exhibitions and 3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Nevada, Fallon
Oats Park Art Center
151 E. Park St.
charts@phonewave.net
www.churchillarts.org
775-423-1440
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Nevada, Las Vegas
Clay Arts Vegas
1511 S. Main St.
4information@clayartsvegas.com
http://clayartsvegas.com
702-375-4147
Primarily exhibiting Contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and stallation works; Focus on contemporary work with a sculptural flair. | representing 12 ceramic artists | 11 clay exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New Jersey, Demarest
The Art School at Old Church and Mikhail Zakin Gallery
561 Piermont Rd.
exhibitions@tasoc.org
www.tasoc.org
201-767-7160
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 30 ceramic artists | 2-3 ceramics exhibitions and 2-3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New Jersey, Surf City
m.t. burton gallery
1819 N. Long Beach Blvd.
www.mtburtongallery.com
609-494-0006
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 3 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New Mexico, Albuquerque
Weyrich Gallery/The Rare Visions Art Galerie
2935 D Louisiana Blvd. NE
vtibbart@hotmail.com
www.weyrichgallery.com
505-883-7410
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; Anagama stoneware, Artita Porcelain, Native American, Wood-fired and gas-fired stoneware | representing 20+ ceramic artists including Judith Duff, Willi Singleton, Betsy Williams, Rob Barnard, Kathryne Cyman, John Bradford, Douglas Black, Jack Troy, Lucien Koonce, Michael Prokos | 5 ceramics exhibitions and 12 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New Mexico, Dixon
Rift Gallery
2249 Highway 68, Rinconada, New Mexico
riftgallery@yahoo.com
www.riftgallery.com
505-579-9179
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; U.S. artists | representing Lee Akins, Jamie Lang, Betsy Williams | 2 clay exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New Mexico, Santa Fe
Bellas Artes
653 Canyon Rd.
bc@bellasartesgallery.com
www.bellasartesgallery.com
505-983-2745
contemporary.
New Mexico, Santa Fe
Blue Rain Gallery
130 Lincoln Ave., Ste. C
leroy@blueraingallery.com
www.blueraingallery.com
505-954-9902
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural and figurative works; Native American art and contemporary non-Native Southwest art.
New Mexico, Santa Fe
Clark + Del Vecchio
223 N. Guadalupe #274
info@garthclark.com
www.garthclark.com
917-664-1789
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New Mexico, Santa Fe
Patina Gallery
131 W. Palace Ave.
ivan@patina-gallery.com
www.patina-gallery.com
505-986-3432
contemporary.
New Mexico, Santa Fe
Robert Nichols Gallery
419 Canyon Rd.
gallery@robertnicholsgallery.com
www.robertnicholsgallery.com
505-982-2145
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural works; Native American Indian Pottery | representing Diego Romero, Alan E. Lasiloo, Glen Nipshank, Contemporary and Classic Pueblo Potters | 4 clay exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New Mexico, Santa Fe
Santa Fe Clay
545 Camino de la Familia
sfc@santafeclay.com
www.santafeclay.com
505-984-1122
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; contemporary American ceramics | representing up to 150 ceramic artists including Peter Beasecker, Lisa Clague, John Gill, Chris Gustin, Steven Heinemann, Mark Pharis, Tom Spleth, Chris Staley, Cheryl Ann Thomas | 10 ceramics exhibitions and 10 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New Mexico, Santa Fe
Tansey Contemporary
652 Canyon Rd.
jen@tanseycontemporary.com
www.tanseycontemporary.com
505-995-8513
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 9 ceramic artists; Clea Carlsen, Calvin Ma, Nuala O'Donovan, Lara Scobie, Avital Sheffer, Sheryl Zacharia, Irina Zaytceva, Frances Priest, Scarlett Kanistanaux | 5 ceramics exhibitions and 3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New York, Alfred
The Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art
NY State College of Ceramics at Alfred University
ceramicsmuseum@alfred.edu
http://ceramicsmuseum.alfred.edu/
607-871-2421
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics; | 4 ceramics exhibitions per year.
New York, Fabius
Gandee Gallery
7846 Main St.
jen@gandeegallery.com
www.gandeegallery.com
315-416-6339
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 25-30 ceramic artists | 2-3 ceramics exhibitions and 2-3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New York, New York
Barry Friedman Ltd.
110 W. 30th St.
contact@barryfriedmanltd.com
www.barryfriedmanltd.com
212 239-8600
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing Takahiro Kondo, David Regan, Alev Siesbye, Akio Takamori, Tip Toland, and Kukuli Velarde | 2 clay exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New York, New York
Claire Oliver Gallery
513 W. 26th St.
Info@ClaireOliver.com
www.claireoliver.com
212-929-5949
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural works; | representing 1 ceramic artists; Beth Cavener Stichter | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New York, New York
Cocobolo Gallery
195 Chrystie St. 402D
info@cocobolodesign.com
www.cocobolodesign.com
212-982-9288
Primarily exhibiting Contemporary ceramics; Sculptural, Functional, and Installation works; Contemporary American ceramics focusing on decorative and sculpturalceramics with a modern organic minimalist aesthetic. Form, texture and subtleglazes are hallmarks of our artist's work which includes architecturalinstallations, art and design objects, vessels, bas reliefs, lamps andtables. | representing Colleen Carlson, Stacy Cushman, Suzy Goodelman, Shizue Imai, Young Mi Kim, Peter Lane, Ayano Ohmi, Michele Quan and Helena Starcevic | 4 clay exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New York, New York
Dai Ichi Arts, Ltd.
by appt. only
info@daiichiarts.com
www.daiichiarts.com
212-230-1680
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; Japanese and Chinese ceramics from 20th/21st century..
New York, New York
Jane Hartsook Gallery @ Greenwich House Pottery
16 Jones St.
awelch@greenwichhouse.org
www.greenwichhousepottery.org
212-242-4106 ext25
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | 7 clay exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New York, New York
Joan B. Mirviss Ltd.
39 E. 78th St., 4th Fl.
info@mirviss.com
www.mirviss.com
212-799-4021
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New York, New York
Nancy Margolis Gallery
523 W. 25th St., Ground Fl.
margolis@nancymargolisgallery.com
www.nancymargolisgallery.com
212-242-3013
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; American, Asian, and European artists.
New York, New York
Sara Japanese Pottery
950 Lexington Ave.
info@saranyc.com
www.saranyc.com
212-772-3243
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing Takashi Nakazato, HanakoNakazato, Steven Rodriguez, Jack Troy, Ann Tsubota, Mike Weber, MalcolmWright, Kazu Oba, Tim Rowan, Katie Yang, Shumpei Yamaki | 5 clay exhibitions and 5 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New York, New York
Museum of Arts and Design
2 Columbus Cir.
info@madmuseum.org
www.madmuseum.org
212-299-7777
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; International ceramics.
New York, Pine Bush
New Prospect Pottery
2646 New Prospect Rd.
newprospectpottery@gmail.com
www.newprospectpottery.com
845-744-6787
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; reductin and/or salt-fired ware, mostly New York artists.
New York, Port Chester
The Shop at CAC
40 Beech St.
adam@clayartcenter.org
www.clayartcenter.org
914-937-2047
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; one-of-a-kind functional and decorative ceramics by CAC artists and guest | representing 68 ceramic artists.
New York, Rochester
Firehouse Gallery
713 Monroe Ave.
pottery@geneseearts.org
www.geneseearts.org
585-271-5183
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 15-30 ceramic artists | 8-10 ceramics exhibitions and 3-5 multimedia exhibitions per year.
New York, Syracuse
Everson Museum of Art
401 Harrison St.
everson@everson.org
www.everson.org
315-474-6064
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New York, Westfield
Portage Hill Art Gallery
6439 South Portage Rd.
audrey.donald.dowling@gmail.com
www.portagehillgallery.com
716-326-4478
contemporary.
North Carolina, Asheville
Blue Spiral 1
38 Biltmore Ave.
info@bluespiral1.com
www.bluespiral1.com
828-251-0202
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; Functional,Sculptural,Figurative, and Installation works; work by exceptional Southeastern artists | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 20+ clay exhibitions and 25 multimedia exhibitions per year.
North Carolina, Asheville
Odyssey Clayworks Gallery
236 Clingman Ave.
odysseyclayworks@gmail.com
www.OdysseyCeramicArts.com
828-285-0210
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 15 ceramic artists | 2 ceramics exhibitions per year.
North Carolina, Bakersville
Crimson Laurel Gallery
23 Crimson Laurel Way
apalmer@crimsonlaurelgallery.com
www.crimsonlaurelgallery.com
828-688-3599
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; largest collection of studio ceramics in the US | representing 127 ceramic artists | 20+ clay exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
North Carolina, Chapel Hill
FRANK Gallery
109 E. Franklin St.
info@frankisart.com
www.frankisart.com
919-636-4135
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; artists from the NC Triangle region | representing 20 ceramic artists | 1 clay exhibitions and 10 multimedia exhibitions per year.
North Carolina, Charlotte
Lark & Key Gallery
128 E. Park Ave., Ste. B
info@larkandkey.com
www.larkandkey.com
704-334-4616
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; We feature primarily local and regional potters - mostly North Carolina pottery. | representing 20 ceramic artists | 12 clay exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
North Carolina, Charlotte
Mint Museum of Art
500 S. Tyron St.
rubie.brittheight@mintmuseum.org
www.mintmuseum.org
704-337-2000
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North Carolina, Charlotte
Mint Museum of Art
2730 Randolph Rd.
info@themintmuseums.org
www.themintmuseums.org
704-337-2000
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North Carolina, Raleigh
Gregg Museum of Art and Design
516 Brickhaven Dr., Ste. 200, 27606
gregg@ncsu.edu
www.ncsu.edu/gregg/
919-515-3503
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics; functional works; North Carolina and regional ceramics | representing 150+ ceramic artists | 1 clay exhibitions and 2-3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
North Carolina, Spruce Pine
Toe River Arts Council Spruce Pine Gallery
269 Oak Ave.
trac@toeriverarts.org
www.toeriverarts.org
828-765-0520
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing 10 ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
North Carolina, Winston-Salem
Piedmont Craftsmen
601 N. Trade St.
info@piedmontcraftsmen.org
www.piedmontcraftsmen.org
336-725-1516
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics.
Ohio, Athens
The Dairy Barn Arts Center
8000 Dairy Ln.
artsinfo@dairybarn.org
www.dairybarn.org
740-592-4981
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Ohio, Canton
Canton Museum of Art
1001 Market Ave. N.
lynnda@cantonart.org
www.cantonart.org
330-453-7666
American contemporary ceramics.
Ohio, Cincinnati
Cincinnati Art Museum
953 Eden Park Dr.
information@cincyart.org
www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org
877-472-4226
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional works; .
Ohio, Columbus
Clayspace Gallery 831
831 S. Front St.
tamiknight@clayspace831.com
www.clayspace831.com
614-449-8144
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 20 ceramic artists | 12 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Ohio, Columbus
Ohio Craft Museum
1665 W. Fifth Ave.
info@ohiocraft.org
www.ohiocraft.org
614-486-4402
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics; sculptural, functional, figurative, and installational works; | 2-3 multimedia exhibitions including clay per year.
Ohio, Columbus
Sherrie Gallerie
694 N. High St.
sherrie@sherriegallerie.com
www.sherriegallerie.com
614-221-8580
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics.
Ohio, East Liverpool
The Museum Of Ceramics
400 E. Fifth St.
MuseumOfCeramics@gmail.com
www.TheMuseumOfCeramics.org
1-800-600-7180
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional and figurative works; .
Ohio, Nelsonville
Starbrick Gallery
81 Fayette St.
starbrick@gmail.com
www.starbrick.com
740-753-9390
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural, functional, and figurative works; local, regional, and national work, also feature pottery with a specific star brick pattern from local history and culture | representing Ann JudyRene OlsonLaurie VancouverSue HazenE.A. BrownSue RothAngelica WhimsMarlene L'AbbeDouglas GreenMargie BledsoeDustin LeeBeth Weingroff | 2 co-op member all-clay shows, one National Ceramic Cup Show clay exhibitions and 8 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Ohio, Rocky River
Cowan Pottery Museum at Rocky River Public Library
1600 Hampton Rd.
info@newseum.org
www.rrpl.org/
440-333-7610 x3763
Primarily exhibiting historical ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; .
Ohio, Rocky River
River Gallery
19046 Old Detroit Rd.
rivergalleryarts@yahoo.com
www.rivergalleryarts.com
440-331-8406
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; Feature Ohio artists or those artists with a connection to Ohio | representing William Brouillard, John Nickerson, Lynne Norwood Lofton, Todd Leach, Tracy Ameen, Ikuko Miklowski, Bonnie Gordon, Bette Drake, Mark Yasenchack, Stephanie Craig | 5-6 clay exhibitions and 5-6 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Ohio, Zanesville
Zanesville Museum of Art
620 Military Rd.
susan@zanesvilleart.org
www.zanesvillemuseumofart.org
740-452-0741
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; Ohio pottery 1870s to the present and American studio pottery.
Oregon, Portland
Adams and Ollman
209 SW 9th Avenue
info@adamsandollman.com
www.adamsandollman.com
503-724-0684
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; sculptural and installation works; | representing 2 ceramic artists; Paul Swenbeck, Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, Ellen Lesperance | 2 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Oregon, Portland
Eutectic Gallery
1930 NE Oregon St.
ceramics@eutecticgallery.com
www.eutecticgallery.com
503-974-6518
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; showcasing emerging artists, innovative clay methods and contemporary works | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 12 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Oregon, Portland
Guardino Gallery
2939 NE Alberta St.
gallery@guardinogallery.com
www.guardinogallery.com
503-281-9048
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural works; Contemporary Northwest artists | representing 15-20 ceramic artists including Scot Cameron-Bell, Dan & Laurie Hennig, Hsin-Yi Huang, Kim Murton, Sara Swink | 9-12 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Oregon, Portland
Hoffman Gallery, Oregon College of Art and Craft
8245 S.W. Barnes Rd.
adebow@ocac.edu
www.ocac.edu
971-255-4211
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural, functional, figurative, and installation works; | 1 clay exhibitions and 5 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Oregon, Portland
Museum of Contemporary Craft
724 NW Davis St.
info@museumofcontemporarycraft.org
www.museumofcontemporarycraft.org
503-223-2654
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural works; | 1 clay exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Oregon, Salem
Mary Lou Zeek Gallery
1730 Fairmount Ave. S.
zeekgallery@gmail.com
www.zeekgallery.com
503-581-3229
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural and figurative works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 3 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Pennsylvania, Cambridge Springs
Stonewall Gallery at Campbell Pottery Store
25579 Plank Rd.
campbellpsg@aol.com
www.campbellpotterystore.com
814-734-8800
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; | representing 10 ceramic artists | 3 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Pennsylvania, Chester Springs
Historic Yellow Springs & Chester Springs Studio
1685 Art School Rd.
cpizzi@yellowsprings.org
www.yellowsprings.org
610-827-7414
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 11-15 ceramic artists | 4 ceramics exhibitions and 5 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Fleisher/Ollman Gallery
1216 Arch St., 5A
info@fleisher-ollmangallery.com
www.fleisherollman.com
215-545-7562
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; sculptural and installation works; | representing 10 ceramic artists including Mei-Ling Hom, Annabeth Rosen, Paul Swenbeck, Takatomo Tomita, and Eugene Von Bruenchenhein | 2 ceramics exhibitions and 3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania
118 South 36th St.
publicity@icaphila.org
www.icaphila.org
215-898-7108
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; installation works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Muse Gallery
52 N. 2nd St.
muse1arts@musegalleryphiladelphia.com
www.musegalleryphiladelphia.com
215-627-5310
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Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Philadelphia Museum of Art
2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy.
visitorservices@philamuseum.org
www.philamuseum.org
215-763-8100
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics; functional and sculptural works; Dutch ceramics, including tiles, Delft earthenware, and porcelain ranging in date from the sixteenth to the twentieth century..
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Snyderman-Works Gallery
303 Cherry St.
kat@snyderman-works.com
www.snyderman-works.com
215-238-9576
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural, functional, figurative, and installation works; | representing 20 ceramic artists | 5 ceramics exhibitions and 10 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
The Clay Studio
137–139 N. Second St.
curator@theclaystudio.org
http://theclaystudio.org/apply/residency.php
215-925-3453
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; National and international | representing 100 ceramic artists | 24 clay exhibitions and 3 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh
Society for Contemporary Craft
2100 Smallman St.
info@contemporarycraft.org
www.contemporarycraft.org
412-261-7003x15
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; Presenting contemporary art in craft media by international, national, and regional artists since 1971, the Society for Contemporary Craft offers cutting edge exhibitions focused on multicultural diversity and non-mainstream art, as well as a range of classes, community outreach programs, and a retail store. | representing 12 ceramic artists | 0 clay exhibitions and 6 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh
The Mattress Factory
500 Sampsonia Way
info@mattress.org
www.mattress.org
412-231-3169
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; A museum of contemporary art that presents art you can get into — room-sized environments, created by in-residence artists. .
Pennsylvania, Scranton
Marywood University Art Galleries
2300 Adams Ave., Shields Center for Visual Arts
povses@marywood.edu
www.marywood.edu/galleries
570-348-6211
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics; sculptural works; Asian and European ceramics circa 19thC-early 20th C.
Pennsylvania, Wayne
Wayne Art Center
413 Maplewood Ave.
info@wayneart.org
www.wayneart.org
610-688-3553
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 5 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Rhode Island, Kingston
South County Art Association
2587 Kingstown Rd.
socart@verizon.net
www.southcountyart.org
401-783-2195
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; | representing 85 ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 8 multimedia exhibitions per year.
South Carolina, Charleston
Cone 10 Studios and Clay Gallery
1080 Morrison Dr.
info@cone10studios.com
www.cone10studios.com
843-853-3345
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 3 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Tennessee, Gatlinburg
Sandra J. Blain Galleries, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
556 Parkway
info@arrowmont.org
www.arrowmont.org
865-436-5860
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics; functional, sculptural, and installation works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 5 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Tennessee, Humboldt
Companion Gallery
3638 E. Mitchell St. (Hwy 152)
botbylpottery@gmail.com
www.companiongallery.com
731-267-7784
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; Ceramics from North America | representing 15 ceramic artists | 6 clay exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Tennessee, Smithville
Appalachian Center for Craft
1560 Craft Center Dr.
wpitelka@tntech.edu
www.tntech.edu/craftcenter
615-597-6803
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics.
Texas, Denton
Center for the Visual Arts, Greater Denton Arts Council
400 E. Hickory
www.dentonarts.com
940-382-2787
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; .
Texas, Dripping Springs
Sunset Canyon Pottery
4002 E. Hwy. 290
sunsetcanyonpottery.com
512-894-0938 or 800-846-6175
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; Texas artists | representing 35 ceramic artists | 2 clay exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Texas, Houston
18 Hands Gallery
249 W. 19th St., Ste. B
info@18handsgallery.com
www.18handsgallery.com
713-869-3099
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; | representing 100 ceramic artists | 20+ ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Texas, Houston
Foelber Pottery
706 Richmond Ave.
info@foelberpottery.com
foelberpottery.com
713-529-1703
contemporary.
Texas, Houston
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
1001 Bissonnet
www.mfah.org
713-639-7300
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; sculptural, functional, figurative, and installation works; Exhibits ceramics from antiquities to the present..
Texas, San Angelo
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
1 Love St.
museum@samfa.org
www.samfa.org
325-653-3333
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural, functional, figurative, and installation works; Our continually growing ceramics collection mainly consists of American artists, but is expanding constantly to include artists from the UK, Australia, Europe and Asia. | representing 400+ ceramic artists | 3 clay exhibitions and 10-15 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Texas, San Antonio
Gallery Nord
2009 NW Military Hwy.
info@gallerynord.com
www.gallerynord.com
210-348-0088
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Texas, The Woodlands
Mossrock Studio and Fine Art Gallery
26002 Oakridge Dr.
info@mossrockstudio.com
www.mossrockstudio.com
281-684-4411
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, figurative, and sculptural works; | representing 12 ceramic artists | 8 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Utah, Ogden
PATRAJDAS Contemporary
2420 Wall Ave.
patrajdas@gmail.com
www.patrajdas.com
917-737-2784
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural, figurative, and installation works; Focusing on contemporary works by emerging and mid-career ceramic artists, who illustrate ongoing development, diverse concepts and current themes reflected within the field. | representing 3 ceramic artists including Steve Hansen, Kate MacDowell, Emil Alzamora | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 6 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Vermont, Bennington
Bennington Museum
75 Main St. (Rt. 9)
info@benningtonmuseum.org
www.benningtonmuseum.org/collections.html
802-447-1571
Primarily exhibiting historical ceramics; sculptural, functional, and figurative works; Early American work; Permanent collection of pottery made in Bennington, including Norton Pottery, the United States Pottery Company, and early American Redware. | representing Christopher Webber Fenton, David Gil, Julius Norton, Luma Norton, and Lumas Preston Norton | 2-3 clay exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Vermont, Burlington
Frog Hollow
85 Church St.
info@froghollow.org
www.froghollow.org
802-863-6458
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; 200 juried Vermont Artists | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 3 clay exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Vermont, Chester
DaVallia Art Boutique
78 Common Dr.
thedavallia@gmail.com
www.thedavallia.com
802-875-1203
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; | representing 1 ceramic artists | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Virginia, Alexandria
Scope Gallery, The Torpedo Factory
105 N. Union St., Studio 19
scopegallery19@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Scope-Gallery-at-the-Torpedo-Factory-Art-Center/601730229868218?ref=hl
703-548-6288
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 12 ceramics exhibitions and 0 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Virginia, Lorton
Workhouse Arts Center - Ceramics Program
9601 Ox Rd.
dalemarhanka@workhousearts.org
www.workhousearts.org
703-584-2982
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; | representing 7 ceramic artists; Pam Eisenmann, Dale Marhanka, Hadrian Mendoza, Carol Martens, Joan Ulrich, Brian Grow and Iryna Kurylo | 6 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Virginia, Williamsburg
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum
325 W. Francis St.
mcottrill@cwf.org
www.history.org/history/museums/abby_art.cfm
Primarily exhibiting historical ceramics; functional works; American Folk Art. All of the objects were made in America. | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Virginia, Williamsburg
DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum
326 W. Francis St.
mcottrill@cwf.org
www.history.org/history/museums/dewitt_gallery.cfm
757-220-7984
Primarily exhibiting historical ceramics; functional works; The focus of this collection is on ceramics owned and used in colonial America. This includes ceramics from England, Germany, China, and American-made wares as well. | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Washington, Bellevue
Bellevue Arts Museum
510 Bellevue Way NE
info@bellevuearts.org
www.bellevuearts.org
425-519-0770
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; Art, craft and design | representing Léopold L. FoulemPaul MathieuRichard MiletteChris Antemann | 2 clay exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Washington, Bellingham
Good Earth Pottery
1000 Harris Ave.
theteam@goodearthpots.com
www.goodearthpots.com
360-671-3998
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; local artists within 50 mile radius of gallery | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 12 clay exhibitions and 1 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Washington, Camano Island
JFX MODERN, Div. of J. Franklin Fine Art, Inc.
27 Can Ku Rd.
jay@jfranklinfineart.com
www.JFranklinFineArt.com
206-300-0235
Primarily exhibiting historical ceramics; functional, sculptural, and figurative works; Mid–Late 20th Century American Studio Pottery | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 2 clay exhibitions and 4 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Washington, Kirkland
Kirkland Arts Center
620 Market St
sbeggs@kirklandartscenter.org
www.kirklandartscenter.org
425-822-7161
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Washington, Seattle
Foster/White Gallery
220 Third Avenue S. #100
seattle@fosterwhite.com
www.fosterwhite.com
206-622-2833
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; sculptural and figurative works; | representing 2 ceramic artists; George Rodriguez, Evan Blackwell, Lindsay Pichaske | 1 ceramics exhibitions and 2 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Washington, Seattle
KOBO (Capitol Hill)
814 E. Roy St.
info@koboseattle.com
www.koboseattle.com
206-726-0704
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 25 ceramic artists | 8 ceramics exhibitions and 12 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Washington, Seattle
KOBO Gallery (at Higo)
604 S. Jackson
info@koboseattle.com
www.koboseattle.com
206-381-3000
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional and sculptural works; | representing 25 ceramic artists | 8 ceramics exhibitions and 12 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Washington, Seattle
Pottery Northwest Gallery
226 First Ave. N.
info@potterynorthwest.org
www.potterynorthwest.org/Gallery.htm
206-285-4421
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; .
Washington, Seattle
Seattle Art Museum
1300 First Ave.
exhibitions@seattleartmuseum.org
www.seattleartmuseum.org
206-654-3100
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics; sculptural, functional, figurative, and installation works; | representing 1000 ceramic artists.
Washington, Seattle
William Traver Gallery
110 Union St. #200
info@travergallery.com
www.travergallery.com
206-587-6501
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; | representing Deirdre Daw, Doug Jeck, Jun Kaneko, Eric Nelson, Kathy Venter, and Jamie Walker | 3–5 ceramics exhibitions per year.
Wisconsin, Madison
Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison
750 University Ave.
rpanczenko@chazen.wisc.edu
www.chazen.wisc.edu
608-263-2246
Primarily exhibiting historical and contemporary ceramics; functional works; | representing Our collection includes work by Michael Lucero, Peter Gourfain, Viola Frey, Beth Cavener, Karen Lamonte.
Wisconsin, Paoli
Artisan Gallery
6858 Paoli Rd.
info@artisangal.com
www.artisangal.com
608-845-6600
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional, sculptural, figurative, and installation works; American fine art and craft | representing 20+ ceramic artists | 4 clay exhibitions and 6 multimedia exhibitions per year.
Wisconsin, Racine
Racine Art Museum
441 Main St
www.ramart.org
262-638-8300
Primarily exhibiting contemporary and historical ceramics.
Wyoming, Buffalo
Margo's Pottery & Fine Crafts
1 N. Main St.
margospottery@wyoming.com
www.margospottery.com
307-684-9406
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; functional works; | representing 30 ceramic artists | 2 ceramics exhibitions per year.
, Golden
Foothills Art Center
809 15th St.
exhibitions@foothillsartcenter.org
www.foothillsartcenter.org
303-279-3922
Primarily exhibiting contemporary ceramics; fine crat medfia such as glass, clay, textiles, etc. | representing 30 ceramic artists | 1 every other year ceramics exhibitions and 0-2 multimedia exhibitions per year.