Join us for our annual Flagstaff Potters' Guild Pottery Sale in downtown Flagstaff, May 12th, 2018. Perfect timing to purchase a locally handmade gift for Mother's Day or your 2018 grad. This year we'll also have handmade pet dishes with proceeds going to Paw Placement of Northern Arizona (PPNAZ).http://www.ppnaz.org/home
The Spring 2018 Open Studio Tour will happen this Friday April 27th to Sunday, April 29th. Our Studio will be open on Friday the 27th and Saturday the 28th from 10 am to 5 pm. On Sunday the 29th we will be open from 12 to 5 pm. Be sure to stop by and see demonstrations by our artists and of course ceramic artwork.
I will be participating in the Small Favors XI: Think Inside the Box exhibition this spring. Small Favors engages artist’s creativity in new and exciting ways with the challenge of making pieces on a very small scale. For some artists, the work they create is similar to what they normally make but on a reduced scale. Others use it as an opportunity to break away from what they create in their daily studio practice. Regardless of this choice, the works exhibited are incredibly varied in material, form, and aesthetics. Though small in scale the artworks created for this exhibition are huge in impact. Each work is exhibited in a four-inch plexiglass wall-mounted cube. Small Favors will be on view from April 6 – May 27, 2018.
Opening Reception February 8, 2018, 5-7PM
An exhibition of 50 of the Valley’s premiere ceramicists, held in conjunction with the Ceramic Research Center at ASU Art Museum and its annual studio tour
Now in its 17th year, ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center's self-guided Ceramic Studio Tour is a Valley-wide event, showcasing the work of professional ceramic artists in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Ben Roti’s “re[VOL]ve” opens at Gallery 527 in Jerome during First Saturday Art Walk on February 3 from 5 – 8 p.m. Roti will feature new contemporary ceramic work constructed and altered on the pottery wheel. The collection of turned objects includes a variety of cups, bowls, jars, and platters. Vibrant glazes and slips are used to create a rich, weathered surface on the wheel-thrown utilitarian objects.
JANUARY 19, 2018 OPENING RECEPTION 5 - 7 PM
EXHIBIT JANUARY 19- FEBRUARY 9, 2018
For years, Don Reitz lived and worked in Clarkdale quietly creating masterpieces at the Ranch. Few in the Verde Valley were aware of the place and the magical activities afoot there. Reitz is considered one of the fathers of modern ceramics, an artist who expanded the medium beyond functional tableware to immense, provocative works of abstract art. His work is in the collections of the Smithsonian Institution, the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, and many others.