The exhibition title says it all—five nationally-recognized women artists who use the process of wood-firing: Linda Christianson, Tara Wilson, Joy Tanner, JoAnne Dekeuster, and local […]
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Every year, Ceramics Monthly, a major ceramics publication, selects up to 14 top “Emerging Artists” for the year. This February 18 Hands Gallery is showcasing […]
jan 12- jan 27 opens jan 12 6-9 18 Hands Gallery Over 80 teapots by an international cast of clay artists pushing the boundaries of […]
11 ceramic artists from the Portland, Oregon: Scott Cameron-Bell, Janet Buskirk, Victoria D. Christen, Kowkie Durst, Dara Hartman, Babette Harvey, Hsin-Yi Huang, Jim Koudelka, Kim […]
Four Texas potters share a fascination with unpredictable wood-fired pottery.
Sensual porcelain pieces by a Montana-based artist. She will lead a two-day workshop on her techniques for throwing and altering porcelain on Saturday October 6th […]
Prominent ceramics instructors from colleges, university and art schools across the Texas as well as 55 of their most promising students. Rosiland Speed curates a […]
The Second Annual edition of “Green Jewelry” a juried showing of contemporary jewelry made from recycled materials. Juried by the Glassel School’s Jan Harrell.
Contemporary artworks using printmaking processes on paper and clay, curated by Pat Porcynaluk (printingmaking) and Jason Kishell (clay). Including works by Teresa Cole, Chandra DeBuse, […]
An outstanding ceramicist and art educator based in Seattle, Washington. Deb will also present a hands-on workshop, “Explorations in Form,” all day Friday-Sunday, May 18-20th. […]
Jeff Forster’s Glassell School of Art Intermediate and Advanced Ceramics students, featuring Steve Campbell, Paula Chandler, John Grisaffi, Terry Hagiwara, Larry Murz, Michelle Matthews, and […]
Whimsical steel-and-cement horses. Olsen’s largest horse, 8 feet tall, is in one of the Rio Grande restaurants in Colorado.
Houston clay artists Andre and Virginia Bally founded Bally Studios in 1994.
Participanting artists are: Meredith Host (Missouri), Mike Jabbur (New Mexico), Darien Johnson (New York), Myungjin Kim (California), Courtney Murphy (Montana), Kip O’Krongly (Minnesota), Douglas Peltzman […]
Created by CAMEO (Clay Arts Museum and Education Organization) in 2007, the International Texas Teapot Tournament is open to clay artists all over the world […]
Well-known clay artist Steven Hill is back in Houston to display his fluid porcelain inspired by the Tuscany countryside, present a slide show on Friday, […]
18 Hands’ third juried fiber arts exhibition, in conjunction with Houston’s November Quilt Show. Curated by Ginny Eckley, an award-winning textile artist and author
Marianne Levy and Gery Henderson turn the gallery into a stage filled with fantasy and sculptural figures and objects from low-rider street competitions, Mayan art, […]
Two established clay artists from the east coast.
18 Hands Gallery presents its fourth annual extravaganza of ceramic tableware: from tureens to teacups, pitchers to platters, vessels to “vases galore”. The opening coincides […]
50+ ceramic artists with ties to North Carolina’s Penland School of Crafts, where the cool, green hills are beginning to look good just now . […]
In its third year, 18 Hands Gallery is presents Dining In: An Artful Experience, an exhibition of unique works in celebration of the well-set table. […]
18 Hands presents the work of three San Antonio ceramic artists; Susan Raine, Linda Nowell, and Stewart Martin.
"Highlighting artists from Texas’ top ceramic departments, this significant show will present 19 artists from 20 educational institutions."
18 Hands Gallery presents “Confluence of Four,” featuring new work by Roy Hanscom, Sharon Warrington, Jeff Forster, and Marilyn Moore Smith, who all work out […]
The Minnesota-based artist specializes in elegant, functional work.
Ceramic artist Albert Goldreich is attempting to break the world record for “continuous throwing on the potter’s wheel by one person” in a special Throw-a-Thon, […]
18 Hands offers up an exhibit of 14 artists whose work and lives have intersected with American ceramic master, Warren MacKenzie.