My last show of the year, CraftBoston, is around the corner. I will be previewing a new cup – “Belle” – inspired by the original CHALICE series, an interactive installation of 100 vessels which was on display at the NARS Gallery in New York as part of the 2012 Locating the Sacred Festival. The audience was encouraged to take the vessels off their pedestals, feel them and even drink tea out of them. This series is porcelain and celadon, with a Chinese-style under-painting. These will be part of the member preview as well.
Belle, and a selection of new woodfired pieces, will be on display and for sale at CraftBoston, Dec. 15-17, at Hynes Convention Center. If you are in or near Boston area, stop by Hynes convention center booth 210 to say hi and do some holiday shopping. If you have friends in the area who you think would enjoy my work, please do share the information.
Use code CBH17WEB for $3 off general admission tickets! https://www.societyofcrafts.org/
A few images of some of the woodfired pieces that will be there are below.
Happy holidays, everyone.
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Drink This! The Workhouse International Ceramic Cup Show, Lorton, VA, January 9-February 10, 2013
A Flower Chalice from the porcelain and celadon series created for the Locating the Sacred festival was selected for this show from over 400 entries of functional and sculptural artwork by juror, Linda Arbuckle.
Cup of Comfort International Ceramics Biennial, Halcyon Art Gallery, IN, November 2–December 4, 2012
A cup from the Chalice series, commissioned for the Locating the Sacred Festival, has been selected for the Cup of Comfort International Ceramics Biennial by judge Ray Chen.
The exhibition has been very well received and Halcyon will extend it thru the month of December.
Come see my newest work in Sunset Park!
On September 8 & 9, the NARS Foundation is teaming up with the Brooklyn Museum’s GO Project, a community-curated open studio weekend event taking place in neighborhoods throughout Brooklyn. There are over 50 artist studios to visit at NARS. Come check out one of Brooklyn’s most vibrant art scenes and VOTE for your favorite artists! Visit the GO website for more information: www.gobrooklynart.org
On Saturday, September 8th from 2- 4 PM, NARS will be celebrating the Go Project with an afternoon of special events. Join us for readers Ed Lin, Anelise Chen and Rahna Reiko Rizzuto, from the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, as well as a spoken word performance by Buendia, a local grassroots Sunset Park artists collective. In conjunction with their upcoming exhibition, Interpreting Rituals: The Butterfly Effect, an exploration of what is sacred in our contemporary society, visitors can also enjoy drinks from a set of exhibited ceramic clay vessels by Ming Yuen-Schat, as seen here on this website – check out the preview on the left!
The New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation
GO: A Community Curated
Open Studio Project
Organized by the Brooklyn Museum
NARS Community Program: September 8th ; 2 – 4 PM
For further information,
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