Helen Bates on thu 3 mar 05
Surfing with Helen Bates - March 3rd., 2005 - USA and Australia
Here are some more sites I checked out today.
Queens Borough Library Gallery (Jamaica, NY, USA)
"Forms and TransFormations: Current Expressions in Ceramics, from Art
Industry" (1997) Artists: Toby Buonagurio, Kathy Butterly, Marek
Paul Chaleff, Pascal Chmelar, Dong-Hun Chung, Raymon Elozua, John
DeFazio, Kim Dickey, Gary DiPasquale, Tom Folino, Beth Katleman, Shida
Kuo, Marc Leuthold, Steven Montgomery, Sana Musasama, Matt Nolen,
Gregory Roberts, Mary Roehm, Jeff Shapiro, Melissa Stern, Lee Stoliar,
Irv Tepper, Neil Tetkowski, Susan Tunick, Jon Waldo, Bruce Winn.
Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA) (Atlanta, GA, USA)
Exhibition of major ceramic masters curated by Rick Berman, June, 2003
(Mentioned in the Gallery's archives page as: "CLAY– Doug Jeck, et al"
otherwise, you may know the work portrayed better than I, except for a
piece pretty obviously by Jun Kaneko...)
Marilyn Levine Interview (Archives of the Smithsonian Institute)
(Text of interview with M. Levine who discusses loading a kiln with her
work) Do a search on the home page for "Marilyn Levine" (This seems to
load safely, whereas a direct link freezes the browser.)
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts (San Angelo, TX, USA)
National Ceramic Competition (Click on "15th National Ceramic
Competition - Prize Winners" for small images of the winners' work.)
Prize winners: Rain Harris, Pat Johnson, Christina West, Carrie Ann
Parks, Tom Bartel, Claudia Tarantino, Colleen Carlson, Ian Johnston and
Stephanie Fischer, Mark Williams, Mary Fischer, James Shipman,
Elizabeth Howe, Leopold Foulem, Annette Corcoran, Elizabeth Keller,
Kosmas Ballis, Gregory Tom, John Albert Murphy.
Kevin Murray (Craft Victoria Annual Lecture) (Melbourne, VIC,
'Craft and the Project of "Reverse Colonialism"' (Text and images)
(lecture by Kevin Murray for the Craft Victoria Annual Lecture, 2002)
Nampeyo (Department of Anthropology, California Academy of Sciences)
70 ceramic tiles in the Anthropology collection have recently been
attributed to this famous Hopi potter. All 70 Nampeyo tiles in the
collection can be viewed online in the collection database. Search on
Maker's Name: "Nampeyo" and Object Name: "Tile." (The tiles are 100
years old.) In the link "Online Exhibits:" you can also check out the
Carl Austin Rietz Collection of Persian Ceramics.
Belleville, Ontario, Canada
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