Sadashi Inuzuka

Sadashi Inuzuka

 

Education

1985-1987          MFA, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI, USA

1981-1985          Diploma, Emily Carr College of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC, Canada

 

 

Solo Exhibitions

2012

2008

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1990

1989

Body, Pottery Northwest, Seattle, WA

Losing Blue, Monroe-Brown Gallery, University of Western Michigan, Kalamazoo, MI

Departure, University of Indiana Kokomo, Kokomo, IN

Cornfield, Mott College, Flint, MI

Spirit Boats, Gendai Gallery, Japanese-Canadian Cultural Center, Toronto, ON, Canada

Water Trade, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN

New Work, Nancy Margolis Gallery, New York, NY

Water Trade, Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN

Water Trade, School of Art Gallery, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Installation, Appalachian Center for Crafts, Tennessee Technological University, Smithville, TN

Omoide/memory, The Canadian Embassy, Tokyo, Japan

Substrate, The Works Project, Edmonton, AB, Canada

Assortment, Network Project Cranbrook Museum of Art, MI

River, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA

Exotic Species, Davis Art Center, Davis, CA

Same Family, Pewabic Pottery, Detroit, MI

Still Life II, The Works, Edmonton, AB, Canada

Still Life, The New Gallery, Calgary, AB, Canada

Dear Lake, The Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC, Canada

Nature of Things, Calder Fine Arts Center, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI

Nature of Things, Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond, BC, Canada

Spirit Boat, Galerie Circa, Montreal, QB, Canada

Painting and Sculpture, Luba Bystriansky Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada

Hana, Art Gallery of Missisauga, Missisauga, ON, Canada

Bug Dream Paintings, Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, University of Toronto, ON, Canada

Bug Dream II, Joseph D. Carrier Art Gallery, North York, ON, Canada

Bug Dream, Burlington Art Center, Burlington, ON, Canada

 

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Group Exhibitions

2012

2011

 

2009

 

2008

 

2007

 

2006

 

 

2005

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1990

 

1989

 

1984

 

Watershed's Kiln Gods Show, Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD

Reflective Natures and Transparent Landscapes, The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON, Canada

Final Presentation, European Ceramic Work Center, d’Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands

Facing Michigan, The Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids, MI

Arms Length In: Ceramics and the Treachery of Objects in the Digital Age”. Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College, Claremont, CA

Why, Detroit Work, Detroit, MI

Clay Edge, Cudgegong Gallery, Gulgong, NSW, Australia

37th Annual Ceramics Exhibition, Crossman Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Whitewater, WI

Asian Influences in Contemporary Ceramics, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA

Politics of Place, Clackamas Community College, Portland, OR

Crossing Over: Contemporary Sculpture and Techno-Science, Salina Art Center, Salina, KS

Japan/USA, Santa Fe Clay. Santa Fe, NM

Kentucky Museum of Art and Design, Louisville, KY

Innovation in Clay. Gallery One, Washtenaw Community College. Ann Arbor, MI

Implicit Plasticity. Betty Rymer Gallery, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL

North American Ceramics Now. Visual Art Center of Richmond. Richmond, VA

Now & Now, World Contemporary Ceramics. Incheon World Ceramics Center,Incheon, Korea

Inaugural Show. Nancy Margolis Gallery. New York, NY

SOFA/Chicago represented by Dubhe Carreno Gallery

K’O3 South Carelia Art Museum, Lappeenranta, Finland

SOFA/New York, represented by Nancy Margolis Gallery, NY

Object Lessons: Additions to the Collection, 1997-2002, Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY

Material Speculation, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

Recent Works, Grimmerhus Keramikmuseum, Middelfart, Denmark

Shopping Show, Encore Records, Ann Arbor, MI

Ceramic National 2000, Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY

Process: An Exhibition of Sculpture, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Home, Arapahoe Community College, Littleton, CO

Clay: New Michigan Artists, Buckham Gallery, Flint, MI

It used to be a poodle, Asian American Art Center, New York, NY

East of the Sun, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL

Cooled Matter, Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, OH

Bienal Barro de America, Centro de Art de Maracaibo. Maracaibo, Venezuela

The International Ceramic Public Art, Taipei County Cultural Center, Taiwan

Blum/Inuzuka, Connecticut College, New London, CT

International Academy of Ceramics Members Exhibition, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON, Canada

Made By Hand, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC, Canada

East of the Sun, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee, WI

Contemporary Canadian Ceramics, Itabashi Museum, Tokyo, Japan

Inside/Out, Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art,Toronto, ON, Canada

Form and Function, Sisson Gallery, Henry Ford Community College, Detroit, MI

Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Bellevue Sculpture Park, Bellevue, WA

White on White, international traveling exhibition organized by the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON, Canada

Clay in Canada: North by Northwest, National Council for Education in Ceramic Art, Minneapolis, MI

Work Space Artists, Jane Hartsook Gallery, New York, NY

64-94 Contemporary Decades, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Moving the Spirit, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON, Canada

Spring Show, Anderson Gallery, Buffalo, NY

Community Project, Walter Phillips Gallery and Cascade Plaza, Banff, AB, Canada

Opening Exhibition, Center d'Exposition de Baie-St-Paul, Baie-St-Paul, QB, Canada

Beelden '92, Galerie de Beerenburgh, Eck En Wiel, Netherlands

Opening Exhibition, European Ceramic Work Center, s'Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

Exterior V Outdoor Sculpture Symposium, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia

Young Canadian Painters Symposium, Center D'Art Baie-St-Paul, Baie-St-Paul, QB, Canada

National Biennial of Ceramics, Galerie d'Art du Parc, Trois Rivieres, QB, Canada

Clay Glass and Enamel, Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, ON, Canada

Innovative Forms in Canadian Ceramics, Art Gallery of Missisauga, Missisauga, ON, Canada

9th Biennial International Ceramic, Valaurius, France

 

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Professional Experience

2009

 

2008

 

2007

 

 

2006

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1990

1987/8

 

 

 

Artist-in-Residence, European Ceramic Work Center, s’Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands

Presenter, National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts, Phoenix, AZ

Panelist,”Imagining America Conference: Artists and Scholars in Public Life”, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Summer Faculty, Ox-Bow School of the Arts and Artist Residencies, Saugatuck, MI

Guest Artist/Panelist “Craft in Contemporary Art”, Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff, AB,             Canada

Invited Artist “Clay Edge Symposium” Gulgong, NSW, Australia

Guest Speaker, Michigan Ceramic Art Association Conference, Center for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI

Panelist “International Ceramics: Cross-cultural Perspectives”, NCECA Conference, Portland OR

Invited Artist, North Country Workshops, Bennington College, Bennington, VT

Invited Artist, Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts, Portland, ME

Artist in Residence, Australia National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Invited Artist, K’03 Symposium, Lappeenranta, Finland

Invited Artist, International Ceramic Center, Skaelskor, Denmark

Invited Artist, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA

Artist in Residence, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA

Field Research, Contemporary Japanese Ceramic Installation, Japan

Invited Artist, Bienal Barro de Americas, Maracaibo, Venezuela

Invited Artist, California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art, Davis, CA

Elected Member, the International Academy of Ceramics, Geneva, Switzerland.

Artist in Residence, Arts/Industry - John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI

Invited Artist, The Banff Center for the Arts, Banff, AB, Canada

Artist in Residence, Greenwich House Pottery, New York, NY

Invited Artist, China Industrial Design Association, Beijing, China

Guest Artist, Newfoundland and Labrador Craft Development Association Conference, St. John's, NF, Canada

Invited Artist, The Banff Center for the Arts, Banff, AB, Canada

Selected for Emerging Talent, National Council of Education for Ceramic Art, San Diego, CA

Invited Artist, European Ceramic Work Center, s'Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

Invited Artist, Exterior V Outdoor Sculpture Symposium, Slovak Union of Visual Artists, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia

Invited Artist, Young Canadian Painters Symposium, Center d'Art Baie-St-Paul Baie-St-Paul, QB, Canada

Artist in Residence, Harbourfront Craft Studio, Toronto, ON, Canada

 

 

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Visiting Artist/Lectures

2009

 

 

2008

 

 

 

 

2006

 

 

 

2005

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1992

 

 

1991

 

The Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Utrecht School of the Arts, Utrecht, the Netherlands

A.I.R. Vallauris, Vallauris, France

University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT

University of Montana, Missoula, MT

California State University, Fullerton, CA

Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI

Allegheny College, Meadville, PA

University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, MI

Mott College, Flint, MI

Concordia University, Montreal, QB, Canada                                   

School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL

Indiana Purdue University Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne, IL

St. Cloud State University, St-Cloud, MN, USA

Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA,

Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

School of Art, Australia National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia

College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI

Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

State University of New York at New Paltz, New Paltz, NY

Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN,

Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI

National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts, Charlotte, NC

University of Tampa, Tampa, FL

University of Regina, Regina, SK, Canada

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

New York University, New York, NY

Connecticut College, New London, CT

International Academy of Ceramic Symposium, Toronto, ON, Canada

The Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI

Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto, Japan

Saga College of Art, Kyoto, Japan

Nagoya University of Art, Nagoya, Japan

Tama University of Fine Arts, Tokyo, Japan

California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art, Davis, CA

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada

Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI

Kent State University, Kent, OH

The George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Toronto, ON, Canada

Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee, WI

Harbourfront Center, Toronto, ON, Canada

The Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC, Canada

Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI

Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, AB, Canada

University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada

University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing, China

Central Academy of Art and Design, Beijing, China

Sichuan Academy of Fine Art, Chongqing, China

South West China Teacher’s University, Chongqing, China

Jingdezhen Workers University, Jingdezhen, China

Jingdezhen Institute of Ceramics, Jingdezhen, China

University de Quebec a Montreal, Montreal, QB, Canada

Royal Academy of Art, s'Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

The George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Toronto, ON, Canada

Sheridan College of Art and Craft, Oakville, ON, Canada

Ontario College of Art, Toronto, ON, Canada

 

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Public Art

2002-4

Circle, Indianapolis Art Center ARTSPARK, Indianapolis, IN

 

 

Grants/Awards

2010

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1989-93

1988-93

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1988-93

1986

1983-86

 

The Canada Council for the Arts

The Canada Council for the Arts

The Canada Council for the Arts

National Association of Japanese Canadians Project Grant

The Canada Council for the Arts Grant

Distinguished Alumni, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design

Pew Charitable Trust

The Canada Council for the Arts Grant

Vermont Studio Center Fellowship

Pilchuck Glass School Scholarship

Puffin Foundation

The Pollack-Krasner Foundation

The Canada Council for the Arts Grant

National Association of Japanese Canadians Foundation

The Canada Council for the Arts Grant

The Canada Council for the Arts Grant

British Columbia Cultural Services Grant

The Canada Council for the Arts Grant                                                           

National Association of Japanese Canadians Foundation Project Grant

Ontario Arts Council Grant

Ontario Arts Council Grant

Artsupport Foundation

Scarborough Arts Council Award

Rene Richard Award, Young Canadian Painters Symposium

Ontario Arts Council Crafts Grant

Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Grant

Detroit Artist Market Scholarship

British Columbia Cultural Fund Scholarship

 

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Collections

 

Banff Center for the Arts (Canada)

Burlington Art Center (Canada)

Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery (Canada)

Center d'Art Baie-St-Paul (Canada)

Centro de Arte de Maracaibo (Venezuela)

The Clay Studio (USA)

The Art Bank (Canada)


Everson Museum of Art (USA)

Greenwich House Pottery (USA)

International Ceramic Center (Denmark)

John Michael Kohler Art Center (USA)

European Ceramic Work Center (Netherlands)

 

Private Collections

 

 

Bibliography-selected

Auer, James.  “Exhibit weaves strands of memory.”  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mar 25, 1998.

Asahi Evening News, “Mixed memory exhibition”, Nov 6, 2000

Bernatchez, Raymond. “Deux Artistes aux Antipodes Raymond Dupuis et Sadashi Inuzuka” La Press,  June 19, 1993.

Boyle, Melanie. “Review: Sadashi Inuzuka, Canada”ART Asia Pacific, Summer 1996, p. 102-103.

Boyle, Melanie. "Nature of Things."Contact ,  Winter 1995. p. 16-20.

Brayshaw, Christopher.  “Sadashi Inuzuka: the Nature of Clay” Artichoke, Fall/Winter 1996. p. 38-41

Brown, Glen.  “Engaging Science: Generating a Genre in Ceramic Sculpture” Ceramics: Art and Perception Issue 65 Sept-Nov 2006, p.14-21

Brown, Glen. “Sadashi Inuzuka: Shifts in Perspective”, World Sculpture Magazine, Summer 2001. p 34-37

Cain, Marcus  “Craft is a Given, Concept is Key” Review Mar/Apr 2002, p.32-33

Cantu, John Carlos “Artistic nature:2 views at U-M”  The Ann Arbor News, May 1 1999

Choi, Suk Jin, “Sadashi Inuzuka” Ceramic Art Monthly (Korea), Sept. 2005, p. 68-70

Csaszar, Tom “Sadashi Inuzuka” Sculpture Magazine, May 2000, No. 19 p. 77-78

Di Blasi, Debra. “The New Evolution” Pitch Weekley. Feb 28-Mar.6, 2002

Eckenwalder, Susan."Review" Fusion Magazine, Oct  1989. p.12.

Fabbri, Anne R. “Inuzuka installation at Clay Studio sparks thoughts on future of ‘River”, Art Matters, Oct 1999

Fried, Daisy “ River: An Installation by Sadashi Inuzuka” Ceramics Monthly, Summer 2000 p. 58-60

Green, Roger.  “(Life) Systems Analysis”. The Grand Rapids Press, Sept 10, 1996.p. B1.

Haggo, Regina. “The art of breaking rules”. The Hamilton Spectator,. Aug 14, 2004

Henkin, Stephen. “Shaping a Clay Community”, The World & I , Mar 2000

Hickey, Gloria."Sadashi Inuzuka", Ceramics Monthly, Mar 1994, pp. 41-45.

Hickey, Gloria. "Review", Ontario Craft , Spring 1991.

Jefferies, Susan. “Sadashi Inuzuka: Natural Beauty through Order”. Ceramics: Art and Perception. Mar 2003, p 3-8, cover.

Jordan, Betty Ann.  “Clay comes alive in Canadian ceramics.”  The Globe and Mail, Sept 20, 1997

Jones, Julia. “Clay Edge Gulgong 2007”, Nov 2007-April 2008, No 25, pp. 93-98

Kanbara, Bryce. “Sadashi Inuzuka” Ceramics Monthly , Nov 1989. p. 66-67.

Kanbara, Bryce. “Wataboshi”, Contact, Summer 1993, p. 25-27.

Kanbara, Bryce. “White on White: Contemporary Canadian Ceramics at the Gardiner Museum.         

Laurence, Robin, “In words and images, a call to respect the natural world.”The Vancouver Sun – Saturday Review, Oct 28, 1995. p. D5.

Lee, Matt.  “Artistic Vision”, Hour, Dec 2001, p. 52

Mahoney, Jeff.  “Dreams”, The Spectator, June 29, 1989. p. T5.

Marger, Mary Ann. “East of the Sun is a ray of light”. The Saint Petersburg Times,  Nov 19, 1999. p. 37

Martel, Denise. “Un immense atelier collectif”. Journal de Quebec, Aug 12, 1990 p 25.

Matsuo, Amiko. “Reflections on Biculturalism: Japanese Ceramic Artists in the US”, Ceramics: Art and Perception (Australia) No. 60, 2005

McCroskey, Nancy. “Water Trade:Sadashi Inuzuka”. Ceramics Monthly. Oct 2004, pp. 12-14.

Merback, Mitchell. “Cooled Matter: Ceramic Sculpture in the Expanded Field”, Ceramics: Art and Perception (Australia) No. 39 2000, p 31-35

Milani, Joanne. “East of the Sun: Review” The Tampa Tribune, Nov 21, 1999, p 6

Michimata, Takahiro. Kyoto Shinbun, Nov, 2000

Ming, Bai. “The Work of Sadashi Inuzuka” China Ceramic Artist. April 2008. p. 26-31

Moyle, Marilyn.  “April brings ceramic exhibits to Davis galleries”, The Davis Enterprise/Winters Express,Apr 2, 1998. p.3

Musa, Helen. “Artist spreads message on water management. “The Canberra Times, May 8, 2003.

Paine, Janice T. “Ceramics National 2001”, American Craft, Oct/Nov 2001,  p. 70

Rice, Robin. “First Friday Focus”, Philadelphia City Paper, Oct, 1999

Rogers, Ed. “Sculptor explores alienation”, The Toronto Star, July 12, 1990.p. N14.

Rosenholtz, Ellen M. “The Great Indoors” Philadelphia Weekly, Sept  29. 1999

Rueter, Ann. ”Inner Vision”, The Ann Arbor News, Nov 4, 2001

Shao, Frances. “ International Ceramic Center Denmark”. International Pottery News, (Taiwan) Fall 2001. p 50.

Skelly, Heather. “ Ceramics program gives the visually impaired freedom of expression”. The Crafts Report. April 2002

Sozanski, Edward J. “A ‘river’ runs through this installation”.The Philadelphia Inquirer. Sept 17, 1999

Thibodeaux, Julianna. “William Pergl, Sadashi Inuzuka and Hilary Pfeifer” Dialogue.  Sept/Oct 2003

Thomson, Grace Eiko and Melanie Boyle. “Sadashi Inuzuka” Kerameiki Techni (Greece), Autumn 1996. p 14-16.

Updike, Robin. “ Take an Art Walk on the Eastside”, The Seattle Times, July ‘96, M1-4.

“Up Front” Ceramics Monthly, May 1997, p 14, 16

“Up Front” Ceramics Monthly, May 2008, p 26

Winters, Door Mary “Kunstenaars treden met keramiek buiten eigen paden”, Brabants Dagblad (The Netherlands), Jan 20 1992.  p. 9.

Wiess, Gustav.  Die Identitat der Kanadier (The Identity of the Canadians) Neue Keramic (Germany), Nov- Dec. 1998. p.336

Williams, Gerry. “Michigan Potters”, Studio Potter, Dec 2001, P 63

Worth, Jan.  “Clay shows much versatility at Buckham” The Flint Journal. Jan 23, 2000

Zimmer, William. “Review”. The New York Times, (Connecticut Edition) Sunday, Nov 29, 1998. p. 2

 

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Broadcast Interviews

NHK Japanese National Television covering Home, a site specific installation, Littleton, CO, March 26, 2000

Interview  “ Sunday Morning” CBS September 21, 1997

 

Publications

Brown, Glen. 500 Ceramic Sculptures. Asheville, NC: Lark Books. 2009

Davis, Don. Wheel Thrown Ceramics: Asheville, NC: Lark Books. 1998.

Gold, Melanie. Great Work! An Overview of Contemporary British Columbia Artists.

Vancouver, Canada:  Melanie Gold Art Advisory Ltd.  1996

Hopper, Robin and Daniel Rhodes. Clay and Glazes for the Potter.Krause  Publications. 2000.

Hopper, Robin. The Ceramic Spectrum.  Krause Publications. 2001.

Hopper, Robin, Making Marks. Krause Publications. 2004

Malterud, Nina and Anne Britt Vlvisaker, ed. Burning Point: Ceramics 1950-2000.

The West Norway Museum of Decorative Art. Bergen. Norway. 2002

Mansfield, Janet. Ceramics in the Environment. A&CC Black Publishers Ltd. London. 2005

Mathieu, Paul. Sex Pots: Eroticism in Ceramics. Rutgers University Press.  2003

Ming, Bai.  Oversea Contemporary Ceramic Art Classics. China Hebei Fine Arts Publishing House. 2002

Peterson, Susan. Contemporary Ceramics.:  New York, NY: Watson-Guptill Publications. 2000

Peterson, Susan.Working with Clay , edition 2 :New York, NY: Overlook Viking. 2002

Peterson, Susan.Working with Clay , edition 3. Laurence King Publishing. 2002

Speight, Charlotte F, and John Toki. Hands in Clay. Mountain View, CA:  MayfieldPublishing Company, 1997.

Speight, Charlotte F.  Make It in Clay. Mountain View, CA:  MayfieldPublishing Company. 1997.

Schwarz, Judith.  Confrontational Ceramics. A&CC Black Publishers Ltd. London. 2008

Zakin, Richard. Electric Kiln Ceramics: A Guide to Clays and Glazes. Krause Publications. 2004.

 

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Published Writings

"Artist Profile", Contact, Spring 1991.p 23-24

"International Residencies in the Netherlands", Studio Potter Network, 1992.

“Many Ways of Seeing”, NCECA Journal, 2009

"New European Ceramic Work Center", Fusion Magazine, Fall 1992.

“Wood Firing in Contemporary Art Education, Log Book, Fall 2001.

 

 

 

Exhibition Catalogues

Arms Length In: Ceramics and the Treachery of Objects in the Digital Age.  Exhibition Catalogue. Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College, 2008.

Bienal Barro de America. Exhibition catalogue. Maracaibo, Venezuela: Centro de Art de Maracaibo, 1998.

Blum/Inuzuka. Exhibition catalogue. New London, CT: Connecticut College, 1998.

Bug Dream.  Exhibition catalogue. Burlington, Canada: Burlington Art Center, 1989. Essay by Bryce Kanbara.

Bug Dream II. Exhibition catalogue.  North York, Canada:  Joseph D. Carrier Art Gallery, 1990. Essay by Denise Pillon.

Ceramic National 2000. Exhibition Catalogue. Syracuse, NY: Everson Museum, 2000. Essay by Thomas Pichet Jr.

Clay in Canada: North by Northwest. Exhibition catalogue. Minneapolis, MN: The National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts, 1995.

Contemporary Canadian Ceramics. Exhibition catalogue. Tokyo, Japan: Itabashi Museum, 1998. Essay by Jonathon Smith and Shinjin Ozaki.

Cooled Matter: New Sculpture. Exhibition catalogue. Columbus, OH: Columbus College of Art and Design, 1999. Essay by Mitchell Merback.

Dear Lake. Exhibition catalogue. Burnaby, Canada: The Burnaby Art Gallery, 1996. Essay by Grace Eiko Thompson and  Kiyoji Tsuji.

Dubhe Carrano. Artists catalogue, 2003.

East of the Sun.  Exhibition catalogue. Milwaukee, WI: Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, 1998. Essay by Mysoon Rizk.

Exterior V Outdoor Sculpture Symposium. Exhibition catalogue. Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, 1991.

K’O3. Exhibition Catalogue. Lappeenranta, Finland: South Carelia Art Museum,  2003.

Inside Out. Exhibition catalogue. Toronto, Canada: The George R. Gardiner Museum. 1998. Essays by Les Manning and Helga Pakasaar.

International Ceramic Public Art. Exhibition catalogue. Taipei, Taiwan: Taipei County Cultural Center. 1998.

Made By Hand. Exhibition catalogue. Vancouver, Canada: The Canadian Craft Museum, 1998.

Material Speculations. Exhibition catalogue. Kansas, MO:H&R Block Space at the Kansas City Art Institute. 2002.  Essays by Donald Kuspit and Glen R. Brown.

Moving the Spirit. Exhibition catalogue. Waterloo, Canada: Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, 1993.

Nature of Things. Exhibition catalogue.  Richmond, Canada: Richmond Art Gallery, 1995. Essay by Carol Mayer.

Now & Now World Contemporary Ceramics. Exhibition catalogue. Incheon, South Korea: The 2nd World Ceramic Biennale 2003.  Essay by Matthew Kangas.

National Biennial of Ceramics. Exhibition catalogue. Trois Rivieres, Canada: Galerie d’Art du Parc, 1990.

9th Biennial International Ceramic. Exhibition catalogue, Valaurius, France, 1984.

Omoide/Memory. Exhibition catalogue. Tokyo, Japan: The Canadian Embassy Gallery, 2001. Essay by Bryce Kanbara.

Opening Exhibition.  Exhibition catalogue. Baie St-Paul, Canada:Centre d’Exposition de Baie-St-Paul,1992.

Opening Project. Exhibition catalogue.  s’Hertogenbosch, Netherlands: European Ceramics Work Center, 1992.

River. Exhibition catalogue. Philadelphia, PA: The Clay Studio, 1999 Essay by Daisy Fried.

64-94:  Contemporary Decades. Exhibition catalogue.  Vancouver, Canada:  The Charles H. Scott Gallery, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, 1994.

White on White:  Contemporary Canadian Ceramics. Exhibition catalogue. Waterloo, Canada: Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery.1996. Essays by Susan Jefferies and Anne McPherson.

Vision to Reality. Exhibition catalogue. Waterloo, Canada:Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery,1993.

Young Canadian Painters Symposium. Exhibition catalogue. Baie-St-Paul. Canada: Centre d’Art Baie-St-Paul. 1990.

 

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