Ephemera Collection: Ceramics


folder title:  Ceramics: Contemporary Clay Artists

  1. Clayworks:  20 Americans
  2. The Phillip Ward Memorial Ceramics Exhibition
  3. Wayne Higby Porcelain
  4.  Ceramophile, Hoshino, Satoru, 2006
  5. Paula Winokur Geological Sites
  6. Kent Dawalt, Indiana University Art Museum, 1987.
  7. Ceramics by Lea Halpern, Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington, D.C., 1945.
  8. Patti Warashina, Grossmont College Gallery, El Cajon, CA, 1975 (exh. cat.)

folder title:  Ceramics:  International Contemporary Potters
    1.  Ceramique/ Cepelia Corporation.
    2.  Rorstrand/Sweden.
    3.  Contemporary Porcelain From Japan, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, 1993.
    4.  More British Potters, Cambridge Exhibition, no date.
    5.  Modern Hungarian Ceramics, Publishing House of the Art Foundation, Budapest, 1974.
    6.  Twelve Dutch Potters, The Octagon, Ames, IA, 1971.
    7.  British Ceramics Today, The Octagon Center for the Arts, Ames, IA,  1980.

folder title:  Ceramics:  U.S. Contemporary Potters
    1.  The Studio Potter; A Question of Quality, Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities Ceramics Department, 1979 residency exhibition.
    2.  American Studio Pottery, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1968.
    3.  Women in Clay:  the ongoing tradition, The Octagon Center for the Arts, Ames, IA, 1984.
    4.  Potters-In-Residence, A Ten Year Retrospective Exhibition, Contemporary Crafts Gallery, 1979.
    5.  Nils Lou:  Anagama Vessels, 2000/2001, Broderick Gallery, Portland, OR 2001.
    6.  John Glick at Yaw Gallery, Yaw Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan, 1978.