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  1. From the album Images For Misc. Posts

    The 5 pieces that I submitted for possible inclusion ion the "High Risk, High Reward" exhibition. The number of pieces in the show will depend on the curator's decisions about the overall exhibition "feel" in the gallery. Some will be in the show.... maybe all.
  2. “High Risk High Reward†Woodfiring the Fushigigama A group exhibition of selected works by the people who have participated in the firings of the New Hampshire Institute of Art's Fushigigama anagama-style kiln over the past 3 years. Work is included from faculty, undergrad and grad students, community education students, and some others who have been invited to fire work in the kiln. Fushigigama is an anagama style kiln designed by NHIA Professor John Baymore, and built by members of his kiln building class in a two week period during the summer of 2014. While still being an anagama-style unit, it is designed to have the ability to be fired smokeless and also with no plume of flame at the top of the chimney. "We’re fired up for this breathtaking display of works fired in NHIA’s Fushigigama woodkiln at our Sharon Campus. This is a celebration of our emerging local woodfiring community as they share their excitement about the dynamic work that can come from this enigmatic firing practice. As the process of firing the Fushigigama is a long, complex and demanding endeavor; it is necessarily a collective effort, bringing together a diverse range of creative ideas and exchanges. A broad group of students, faculty, alumnae, and local artists have created engaging functional and sculptural ceramic works all fired in the Fushigigama. The work and the overall exhibition demonstrate an elegant balance of the individual creative process with the mark of the fire and the collaborative nature of woodfiring large kilns." This exhibition is free, open to the public and handicap accessible. For more information contact exhibitions@nhia.edu. The exhibition is scheduled to open at the Sharon Arts Center Gallery, in Peterborough, NH on August 18th from 5-7 PM, and runs through September 17th. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday 11am-6pm, Sunday 11am-4pm Sharon Arts Gallery 30 Grove Street Peterborough, NH
  3. "I'll Drink to That" A National Exhibition of Drinking Vessels This show opens with a reception for the artists on Friday, August 4, from 6 to 8 pm. It remains on view, Thursday to Sunday, from 10 am through 5pm, through August 27. The premise of the special exhibition is to underscore the aesthetics and diversity of high end ceramic artists creating functional but exquisite objects. More than twenty-five ceramic artists from as far away as Oregon and Arizona as well as local and regional potters will exhibit. Ceremonial tea bowls, wine cups, whisky cups, juice cups, steins, chowder mugs and more will be available for purchase. A variety of clays, techniques, glazes and firing processes will be represented. During the busy summer season there is a lot of tourism in the community drawn by proximity to MASS MoCA, The Clark Art Institute, Williams College Museum of Art and the Berkshire Artists Museum. Eclipse Mill Gallery 243 Union St. North Adams, MA 01247
  4. Dear All, The Galerie de L’Ô is a ceramic art gallery based in Brussels. We have been promoting this flourishing art movement for years not only through our permanent exhibition, but most especially thanks to our annual Ceramic Event. We will celebrate its 8th edition this year. Eve Vaucheret WHEN: 23/09 - 01/10, 12:30-18:00 WHERE: Av Molière 139 1190 Forest Brussels, Belgium This event has been running since 2011 and has gained popularity and recognition since then, each year the number of visitors increasing. We have hosted dozens of ceramic artists, artisans, performers, and even put in place an outdoors ceramic market. This year we will present an exhibition of over 60 artists with their unconventional ceramic work, a focus on jewelry, an incredible visual performance which ties the body to the earth, as well as an artshop to make way to beauty within practicality, and more. Kim Myung-Joo Unique artworks from over 60 ceramists Atsuhi Kitahara Discover beauty within everyday objects at the event's artshop Trinidad Contreras This year, the role which ceramics have in jewerly will be questioned and reimagined From the CORPS EN SCÈNE association, an incredible perfomance in which the textures of the body and of the clay come together The event leaves a unique place to the works on the margin of a traditional ceramic art, and is both a reference for professionals and an eclectic and captivating initiation for amateurs and newcomers. Open to all, the Ceramic Event VIII is ready to surprise everyone with this thriving art. More at www.facebook.com/ceramic-event
  5. Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston is proud to announce Archipomorphic by Tim Ian Mitchell, on exhibit from March 2 to April 8, 2017 Join us on Thursday, April 9 for the opening reception. The Society of Arts and Crafts presents Archipomorphic, sculptural ceramics and study drawings in pencil by Tim Ian Mitchell, inspired by brick and body. Mitchell began this work in 2015 at Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts after discovering a group of water-struck brick molds during a residency. Working with fresh, raw-brick castings in repeat, Mitchell altered them one by one and added anatomically abstracted features to make each into an individual, emerging from the rectangular clay volume. During the autumn of 2016 as a resident of C.R.E.T.A. in Rome, he chose to evolve the brick-series further by creating his own mold in dimensions of the classic Golden Section proportion. These clever small works come to life when exhibited together, inviting stories, mythologies, and metaphor. Postcard attached -- save and share! As many of the Ceramics community may know, we recently moved and opened up new galleries in the Seaport District in Boston. Our move was rather monumental, and we're so happy to have tripled our space, including a nimble, multi-purpose room for expanded programming. We've re-branded (as a 120 year old Society must do!) and have a new website as well. Please come see us in our exciting new space when you're in town. We're just a hop, skip, and a jump from the Institute of Contemporary Art, which always has great exhibitions going on. Please reach out! Sincerely, Luiza deCamargo Curator Society of Arts and Crafts Archipomorphic Postcard.pdf Archipomorphic Postcard.pdf
  6. From the album Images For Misc. Posts

    © 2017 John Baymore -all rights reserved

  7. From the album Images For Misc. Posts

    © 2017 John Baymore -all rights reserved

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    © 2017 - John Baymore -all rightsd reserved

  9. From the album Images For Misc. Posts

    Announcement for solo exhibition in February and March of 2017.

    © 2017 - John Baymore - all rights reserved

  10. Hello All, We are curating a juried show of the best ceramic bowls in the U.S. Are website is www.thebattleofthebowls.com and it has all the pertinent information. There is a $250 award for the best of show. Our deadline for submission is August 1st, so show off those latest designs and all the proceeds go to Amherst County High Schools Ceramics program. Which teaches 200+ students every year about functional and sculptural ceramics. Thanks David Emmert curator
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