Greenwich House Pottery Presents a Gallery Sale and Viewing of Exceptional Ceramic Artwork at HB381

Greenwich House Pottery is thrilled to announce its upcoming gallery sale and viewing of exceptional ceramic artwork, taking place from April 27 to 29, 2023 at the HB381 Gallery, located at 381 Broadway, New York, NY.

“Greenwich House Pottery @ HB381: An Exhibition and Sale to Shape the Future” will showcase over 30 works by renowned artists, including Toshiko Takaezu, Kathy Butterly, Roberto Lugo, Nicole Cherubini, Robert Sperry, Linda Lopez, Peter Lane, and others. The exhibition reception is on Friday, April 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. Admission is free.

Images of three works of ceramic art

“We are excited to offer collectors and art enthusiasts the chance to view and purchase unique works of ceramic art (and a few paintings and drawings) while supporting the future of Greenwich House Pottery,” said Fabio J. Fernández, Greenwich House Pottery Director.

The artwork, which includes both functional objects and sculptural works, was donated to support the longevity and sustainability of Greenwich House Pottery by helping fund a renovation and expansion of the historic facility.

“HB381 is thrilled to collaborate on this event with Greenwich House, an organization which plays a vital role in the ceramic community both here in NYC and beyond,” said Juliet Burrows, Principal at HB381.

HB381 is a contemporary art gallery founded by Burrows and Kim Hostler. Located in the heart of Tribeca’s gallery district, HB381 serves as a dedicated space for solo artist presentations, focusing on contemporary Nordic sculpture and ceramics.

“The values of the gallery and the artists with whom we work are directly aligned with Greenwich House’s mission, and we are honored to be able to host this exhibition in support of their Shape the Future campaign,” said Burrows.

This is an exciting opportunity for the public to appreciate ceramic artwork while supporting Greenwich House Pottery’s ongoing mission to expand the practice and appreciation of ceramic arts for artists of all levels through classes, exhibitions, and a residency program.

Greenwich House Pottery is a historic ceramics studio serving the New York community for over a century. The Shape the Future building project and supporting campaign was launched to address urgently needed upgrades and modernizations to the historic 95-year-old facility, to ensure that the studio remains a vital resource for ceramic artists and enthusiasts for generations to come.

For more information, please visit the Greenwich House Pottery website at

A sample of the artwork: