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Left: Elise Siegel, Portrait Bust with Cobalt and White, underglaze, ceramic, 2015. Photographer: Alan Wiener. Right top: Hiroe Hanazono, Brunch Set, porcelain, 2017. Photo: courtesy of the artist. Right bottom: Pedro Ramirez, Festuca, ceramic, clay, grass, 2015. Photo: courtesy of the artist.

In House
GHP Faculty and Staff
Opening Reception | Friday, November 9, 2018 | 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Exhibition on view through December 6, 2018

The Jane Hartsook Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition showcasing the artwork of current Greenwich House Pottery faculty and staff. Approaching the ceramic medium from a wide range of sources and backgrounds, this show is as varied and dynamic as its contributors.

Established educators in the arts, designers and working artists, our faculty and staff have been involved in numerous public works projects as well as residencies at institutions such as: Archie Bray Foundation, The Clay Studio, Flux Factory, The International Ceramic Research Center, Haystack Mountain School and Sculpture Space NYC. Alma maters include Alfred University, the Art Institute of Chicago, California College of Arts and Crafts, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Pratt Institute, University of the Arts and the School of Visual Arts.

GHP faculty and staff have showed their work in numerous exhibitions and have work in public and private institutions across the United States and abroad, including: Corcoran Gallery of Art, Garth Clark Project Space, Guggenheim Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Mint Museum of Art, the Mississippi Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian Institution’s Renwick Gallery, Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, and the Whitney Museum.


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