The clay and the opportunity to work in Dehua are rare—placing these works in an interesting stream of blanc de chine porcelain history.
The works are representative of his own personal experiences, which come together to reconstruct the landscape and culture of his homeland, manifesting a synesthetic fantasy of shape and color.
Both functional and decorative works from the 1950s to today will describe the significant impact the mingei movement has had on the practice of JB Blunk, many of his peers and contemporary artists working with clay.
With all the current events unfolding throughout the world we are striving to find the connection between art and modern times.
We focus on creating healthy, productive human relationships that bring houseless and housed people together to empower each of them in new ways.
By utilizing decentralized blockchain technology, New Ownership aims to materially realize a more just and equitable financial future for artists and makers.
Kelsey Hamilton Davis’ thesis exhibition In the House of Weird Sisters queries longings for heritage narratives through environments configured with ceramics, textiles, found objects from her New England home, and organic materials.
A Port Townsend-based painter ponders the simultaneity of life and death in her portraits of stumps.
These unique cups bring the spirit of his work into everyday life, as it was meant to be experienced.
Ori Gallery (Portland, OR) offers artists the space they need to be creative.