Category: FEATURED

New Exhibition

I’m delighted to announce that Steven Glass Retrospective: Turning Points In Clay/A Life In Art will open on Friday, March 1st at the Branch Museum. Featuring over 45 works spanning over four decades, the exhibition is curated by Howard Risatti, recipient of NCECA Regional Award of Excellence (2020) and Honorary Fellow of the American Craft…

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Yellow, black and grey pitcher with a question mark handle is a fun, practical pitcher

Pitcher, 1988

The Pitcher is an integral piece displaying bright colors against a black ground. Yellow bands and white and blue bands reinforce the structure by spiraling around the neck up to the spout. Floating spirals in brown and pink showcase the belly of the pitcher in what is a wild jamboree of colorful overlapping forms. Even…

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Platter, 1992

The 1992 Platter (2.5″ x 14″ x 14″) boasts a striking presence. Bold black dominates three-quarters of its surface, leaving a rich brown quarter canvas for dynamic imagery. Celadon green accents dance across it, outlined in contrasting brown and bone, forming intriguing, abstract designs similar to those found in its Blue Bowl and Coffee Pot…

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a blue and white swirled bowl with a dark red interior decided the 2018 election tie in Virginia.

Election Bowl, 2018

The 2018 election for Virginia’s 94th House district ended in a tie, with both candidates deadlocked at 11,608 votes. As per a centuries-old state law, a random drawing was needed to break the deadlock. Seeking to elevate the occasion, the Election Committee turned to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts for a unique bowl. Fortunately,…

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