• 2017 Exhibitions
  • 2016 Exhibitions
  • Workshops &
  • Galleries

2017 Exhibitions

May – August (exact dates to be determined)
“Making it in Crafts”, Museum of Lafayette
Lafayette, IN
This international invitational will feature artists that guest curator Jim Sondgeroth considers at the top of their game. More details will be available in the spring.

January – December
“Connections – A New Permanent Collection Show”, Renwick Gallery of The Smithsonian American Art Museum
Washington, DC
I have just learned that the teapot acquired by The Smithsonian American Art Museum in 2014 has been put out on exhibition as part of Connections – A New Permanent Collection Show. It will remain there for at least one year and likely longer.

With the museum housing a huge collection of art, not every piece is out on public display. I am honored that the teapot will be shown for an extended period.

2016 Exhibitions

January 14 — 17
FOG Design+Art
San Francisco, California
I will be represented by Jason Jacques Gallery, booth 211. FOG Design and Art

April 20 — April 24
The Smithsonian Craft Show National Building Museum, Washington, DC smithsoniancraftshow.org The Smithsonian Craft Show is a juried exhibition and sale that includes some of the country's best artists.

May 14 – September 4
“Peto Biennial: International Juried Art Exhibition of Contemporary Still Life and Trompe L’0eil”, John F. Peto Museum, Island Heights, NJ A teapot is included in this international show of 2-D and 3-D trompe l’oeil.

May 17 – August 14
“Function, Form, and Fantasy: Ceramics from the Dr. Robert and Deanna Harris Burger Collection”, Flint Museum of Art Flint, MI
An incredible array for work from the 1960s through present day showing the diversity of expression in clay. I am honored to have a teapot in this show along with iconic clay artists that include Voulkas, Reitz, Leach, Hamada, Soldner, Frey and Woodman, among many others.

July 22 – September 4
“Flashback I Fast Forward”, The Center for Art in Wood, Philadelphia, PA On online exhibition where past presenting artists share about their work and evolution and include a current piece in the exhibition.

August 4 – 7
Seattle Art Fair, Seattle Washington
I will be represented there by Jason Jacques Gallery.

August 28 – October 2
“Climate Art & Action”, George Mason University Hylton Performing Arts Center, Fairfax, VA
This travelling exhibition is part of Honoring the Future’s initiative to educate about global warming through art. It is a series of large photographs of the works of prominent artists working with an environmental message. It includes a photograph of my Charred Sultry Birch teapot.

November 30 — December 4
Design Miami
Miami Beach, Florida. This top global decorative arts and design show returns to Miami. I will be represented again in a fabulous booth by Jason Jacques Gallery. More information will be available in the fall.

Workshops & Presentations

November 13, 2015
“Mind Into Matter”
Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala, FL
6:00 P.M. This talk is part of an exhibition opening and is free and open to the public. http://www.appletonmuseum.org/

November 14, 2015
“Opened Earth – the Beauty Within”
Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala, FL
9:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.
This one day workshop will focus on the beauty of raw clay and techniques for exposing its inner nature. http://www.appletonmuseum.org/

April 16 and 17, 2016
The James Renwick Alliance, 2016 Distinguished Artist Series
The Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC I have the honor of speaking and teaching as the 2016 James Renwick Alliance Distinguished Artist in clay. The workshop will be held Saturday, April 16 from 9:30 AM until 12:00 noon at Blue Fire Studio. The presentation “Mind into Matter” will be on April 17 from 2:00 PM until 3:00 PM at the Grand Salon.
For more information and to reserve space visit jra.org


Jason Jacques Gallery, New York City, NY, jasonjacques.com
Jason Jacques Gallery on the Upper East Side of Manhattan is my go-to gallery and primary coordinator for global representation. Inquiries for purchases, exhibitions, solo shows and museum loans can be made directly with Jason who can be reached in his New York City office at 212-535-7500. Visit his web site for a wonderful selection of available work.