Potters Council 2012 Exhibition: “The Chromatic Edge” Once again, we celebrate the community of our council with a show of members’ work in conjunction with National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Conference (NCECA) in 2012.
The name of the show is “The Chromatic Edge“.
For the third annual members juried competition, Potters Council is seeking entries with an emphasis on the impact of color. The majority of the composition should be ceramic with the focus on color. Consider the full spectrum.
Techniques and materials may include glazes, washes, oxides, engobes, slips, stains, underglazes, overglazes, colored clays, china paints, inclusions, exclusions, lusters, pre and post firing additions and any variations.
The exhibition will be concurrently shown during NCECA Conference in Seattle in 2012, and will showcase the quality work made by the members of the Potters Council, an international organization with members all over the world.
The Chromatic Edge addresses not the outer bounds of our work, but some of the “edges” that can occur within it. In ceramics, form is often seen as paramount, and the visual surface may often become subordinate. However, no form can excel without surface, and color is one of its most evident properties. The edges and contacts between colors, and between surface and clay - can re-compose a work of art, and change our perception of the most humble of pieces. Color can generate emotion, create meaning single-handedly, or change what we think we understand. Color gives the “edge” to ceramics that use it well.
In this exhibition, we propose to showcase work that uses color in thoughtful, subtle, bold, or innovative ways. We are challenging our members to examine and explore the use of color in their work. It will be visually dramatic, thought-provoking, and bring color in from the periphery of our endeavor right to the center.
Jennifer Harnetty—Columbus, Ohio
Jennifer Poellot Harnetty is the managing editor of ceramicartsdaily.org, a tips and techniques blog and website for ceramic artists with 75,000 registered users, and the online home of magazines Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated. Also a potter, she has been working with clay for more than 10 years. In 2004, she became assistant editor, and later associate editor, of Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated.
Recently, she has helped develop and launch the Ceramic Arts Daily Presents video series, a growing collection of instructional videos for ceramic artists.
Robbie Lobell—Coupeville, Whidbey Island, Washington
Robbie Lobell is a full-time studio potter and pottery teacher living and working in Coupeville, on Whidbey Island, Washington. She has been working in clay for more than 30 years, receiving her education in ceramics through residencies, apprenticeships, and assistantships. Robbie was on the faculty at the Worcester Center for Crafts in Massachusetts for 10 years and has taught workshops and classes at craft schools throughout the country and in her in her studios on Whidbey Island
Lobell is a member of NCECA, Potters Council of The American Ceramic Society, Washington Potter’s Association, Artists Trust, Northwest Designer Craftsmen, and Slow Food USA.
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Call for Entries Form: http://media.ceramic...ntries-2012.pdf
Call For Entries: 2012 Potters Council Juried Show
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