The Exhibit at the Jane Hartsook Gallery is all about GHP Artists

The Jane Hartsook Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition recognizing the talented artists who contribute to the Greenwich House Pottery (GHP) community.

On view March 17 – April 21, this exhibition showcases the artistic range of makers, each of whom uses the Pottery’s extensive resources to express their own creative voice in clay. From functional ceramics to sculpture, this exhibition is as diverse and interesting as the artists. 

On view

March 17 – April 21, 2023 | 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

From left to right: Ian Crofts, Gaining Momentum, glazed ceramic.; Joel Hunter, Rolling Waves Jar, porcelain, 2022.
Koren Christofides, For Wine Cup Series – Nutbowl, porcelain, 2021.; Jung Choi, Untitled, T1 paperclay, 2021-2022.


In-Person Artist Reception 

Friday, March 24, 2023 | 5 –7 p.m. 

Greenwich House Pottery has been supporting artists and their projects since 1904. From our first clay classes for neighborhood youth to our present-day educational program, lecture series, artist residency program, and exhibition series, we have been promoting the field of ceramics.

We serve more than 400 artists and students per term who learn from professional faculty and staff proficient in a range of topics from wheel throwing, hand-building, and mold-making to glaze chemistry and slip casting. GHP also hosts workshops and lectures by leading ceramic artists from around the country and offers children the opportunity to work in clay through Greenwich House’s Youth Community Center.

The artists in this exhibition represent the continuous achievement, exploration, and passion for ceramic arts that GHP has fostered for over 118 years.