Where There's Smoke... Ceramics and Glass

The following information about this past Turchin Center exhibition is kept here for archival purposes only. This exhibition is not currently on display. View current and upcoming exhibitions.

Friday, July 1, 2005
Saturday, October 1, 2005
Main Gallery; Mezzanine Gallery

Top to bottom: 1. Venus with Asteroid (from the Planet Series) by Paula Rice (2004). Ceramic and cast iron. Image courtesy of the artist. 2. Autumn's Carpet by Glenn Abel. Cast and fused glass. Image courtesy of the artist. 3. Where There's Smoke... Ceramics and Glass installation view. 4. Where There's Smoke... Ceramics and Glass installation view.

This exhibition features two historically significant media within the visual arts culture of North Carolina – clay and ceramics. The works included focus on inventive forms, techniques, concepts, and juxtaposition of materials that explore the sculptural potential of these dynamic media. The work of established and emerging artists included in this exhibition clearly reflects the range of possibilities, and offers many challenging new directions for the future.

Ceramics artists included

  • Alice Ballard Munn
  • Nazarè Feliciano
  • Patz Fowle
  • Ursula Goebels-Ellis
  • Kristin (Stina) Gudjonsdottir
  • Sinisa Kukec
  • Keiko Nelson
  • Paula Rice
  • Virginia Scotchie
  • Ron Starr
  • Charles Timm-Ballard

Glass artists included

  • Glenn Abel
  • Gary Beecham
  • Linda Behar
  • Mark Bokesch-Parsons
  • Ken Carder
  • Dale Chihuly
  • Susie Krasnican
  • Jon Kuhn
  • Harvey Littleton
  • John Littleton & Kate Vogel
  • Joel Philip Myers
  • Marc Petrovic
  • Paul Stankard
  • Therman Statom

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