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The Iron Saga

April 9th to July 2nd, 2005 It is said that the whole history of ceramics may be understood through the study of the Chinese civilization. China, with its long, virtually uninterrupted continuity of some four thousand years, possesses in its archeological holdings and notable collections, a complete timeline of the most vital techniques and developments […]

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Women’s “Werk”: The Dignity of Craft

Feb 12 – April 2, 2005 Two ceramic artists, who exemplify the modernist spirit, began their creative careers during the 1920s. Women’s “Werk”: The Dignity of Craft will contrast the artistic accomplishments of Susi Singer and Marguerite Wildenhain, who participated in two related, yet distinctive, European design reformation movements. At age seventeen, Singer won a […]

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Inferno: The Ceramic Art of Paul Soldner

Inferno: The Ceramic Art of Paul Soldner Inaugural exhibition September 11 – December 11, 2004 Some say that it takes seven years of practice to gain mastery of the potter’s wheel, to acquire enough skill to be able to create the shape envisioned in one’s mind’s eye. Having reached this level of expertise, many potters […]

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