MAY 21 - JUNE 12, 2015
 

New York, NY - The Jane Hartsook Gallery is pleased to present the Annual Greenwich House Pottery Artists Exhibition. Each Spring we honor and celebrate the hundreds of talented individuals who sign up for class, prolifically make work, and bring vitality to our tight-knit clay community. The works on display are carefully selected by each artist, and represent their most successful piece or own personal favorite. A ceramic showcase this vibrant, varied, and vast cannot be found often!

“Being of ‘ancient vintage,’ I have a long corridor of memories to draw from. Since Jane Hartsook, I’ve experienced so many different directors, teachers, studio managers, assistants, and students. Within this stream, what has remained a constant is the essence of a warm and encouraging community. I’ve witnessed a stimulating exchange of ideas, the richness of diverse backgrounds and lives – all with the common denominator of an intense and passionate focus on clay.

The yearly exhibition of work done by the students has retained a vitality and scope of imagination that has been a source of great pleasure. The sheer trajectory of the work has been stimulating and impressive.

Working with clay these many years allowed me to bring along my involvement in the dance and music worlds. From each of these practices, I drew upon my intense interest in the reach and breath of a ‘line.’ This was not conscious, but a realization that came with the immersion in doing. I’m eternally grateful that I still have the strong desire to work with clay, and that Greenwich House Pottery exists where I and so many others have found a precious haven.”

- Lillian Miller 2015 - GHP Member


Lillian Miller (Director's Choice Award Recipient) 

 
Edward Sudentas (Anna Siok Award Recipient)

 
Michelle Im (Madeline Sadin Award Recipient)

 
Koren Christofides

 
Michal Golan

                    

 
Elizabeth Peters

 
Maggie Wells

 
Myrna Goldberg

 
Yael Goldberg

 
Charlotte Brem

 
Mira Smith

 
Yair Giladi

 
(L-R) Nanette Rainone, Paula Easton, Nancy Langsan

 
Nancy Sacks and Steve Byram

 
Kathryn Millen Robinson

 
Shannon Bradley

 
Michael McNulty

 
(L-R) Paul Narkievicz, Natalia Roumelioti, Ellen Wilkinson

 
Charles Freehof

 
Heather Frayne

 
(L) Janet Rotholz (R) Ellen Berk-Rauch

 
John Born

 
John Sheppard

 
Jane Dodds

 
Michelle Currier

 
Mary Joan Bono

 
Ruth Douzinas

 
Bonnie Hanna

 
Peter Barnett

 
Lisa Conway

 
Rich Schzkopf

 
Lainie Stuart

 
Cory Curtin

 
Stephanie Grundy (L,Center) Shirley Cheeger (R)

 
Francine Harris

 
Mariette Groen

 
Gaia Starr

 
Nancy Myers

 
Melissa Stanley

 

 
Rachel Shalem

 
(L, R) Cynthia Walt, (Center) Moriah Carlson

 
(L) Elaine Tian (R) Cara Jean McCarthy

 
Fally Malkani

 
(L-R) Elizabeth Mock, Matt Gardner, Dena Silberstein


(L) Miriam Patterson (R) Francesca Canin

 
Mary Kocy

 
Karen Subek

 
Eleanor Seewald

 
Alice Bloom

 
(L-R) Donna Goldstein, Helen Gilchrist, Isabel Newlin

 
Jeanne Lieb

 
(L) Elizabeth Sheer (R) Nancy Cameron

 
(L) Kathleen Sykes (R) Sam Moriber

 
Heather Foster

 
Jen Lewis

 
Jennifer Danner

 
Nancy Ross

 
Ji Park

 
Pamela Abrahams

 
Sandi Fellman

 
Chris DeWeese

 
ML Lamason

 
Michelle Kaufmann

 
(L) Margie Skaggs (R) Les Richter

 
Jane Tucker

 
(L) Pamela Spall-Nelkin (R) Marianne Sheil

 
Haree Kim

 
(L) Phil Stein (R) Susan Warsh

 
Gerard McCarthy

 
(L) David Provan (R) Daniel Cuperstein

 
Larry Baker

 
Joan Haslam

 
Francesco Filiaci

 
Sarah Katz

 
Caroline Heffron

 
Evan Mahl

 
Shaun Kupra

 
Phil Capobianco

 
Karen Farquhar

 
Fumiha Tanaka

 
Eun Ha Paek

 
Yuliya Zabiyaka

 
Sue Willis

 
Tom McDonald

 
Jessica Capone

 
Ian Crofts

 
Carol Adams

 
Elizabeth Mazza

 


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This program is supported by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, the Allan Buitekant Fund for Ceramic Art & Inquiry, the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, the Hompe Foundation, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

 
 
 
 
   

Greenwich House Pottery
16 Jones Street
New York, NY 10014
(212) 242-4106
pottery@greenwichhouse.org
(Note: GHP is not ADA accessible)

Studio Hours:
Sunday: 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday: 6:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday: 9:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
GHP STUDIOS WILL BE CLOSED SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17- MONDAY, JANUARY 1. Happy Holidays!

Jane Hartsook Gallery
Wednesday – Saturday: 
12:00 - 6:00 p.m. 
(or by appointment)
Contact: Aimee Odum

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