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CERAMICS NOW


JULY 14 - AUGUST 11

 New York, NY – The Jane Hartsook Gallery is pleased to present, Ceramics Now, a group exhibition featuring Giselle Hicks, Margaret Lanzetta, Sheila Pepe and Halsey Rodman. The art in this exhibition represents the body of work created during their short-term residencies at Greenwich House Pottery. The exhibition, bringing together these artists for the first time, examines their respective idiosyncratic approach to the material.






Margaret Lanzetta, Snow White Red Rose, Crown (top), Imperial Crown of Napoleon ca. 1803, United Kingdom (bottom)
 


Margaret Lanzetta, St Edward's Crown ca. 1661, United Kingdom



Margaret Lanzetta, Princess Margaret Tiara ca. 1900, United Kingdom



Margaret Lanzetta, The Crown of King Christian IV ca. 1595, Denmark
 

 
Margaret Lanzetta, Snow White Red Rose, Crown



Margaret Lanzetta, Crown of Wenceslas ca. 1377, Bohemia, Czech Republic
 

 
Halsey Rodman, I Am Thinking of a Reverse Sunset



 
The Residency is designed to support artists and their projects. At GHP we offer artists a chance to learn from clay in a direct way and to foster connections between artist, material and the larger ceramics community. Ultimately, these efforts introduce more artists to the pleasure of clay and new perspectives that ceramics uniquely provides. At the Pottery we facilitate relationships where artists can come together to work out ideas and create a new body of work through in-depth involvement in a social sphere rich in history, culture, expertise and ideas. Community and collaboration at the Pottery are cultivated through discussions between faculty, students, staff as well as immersion in the Pottery’s West Village Community. Our goal is to strengthen our relationship to communities and to nurture creative work within them.

 

Giselle Hicks, Still Life Studies
 


Giselle Hicks, Still Life Study 1
 


Giselle Hicks, Still Life Study 2
 

 
Giselle Hicks, Still Life Study 3



Giselle Hicks, Still Life Study 4
 


Giselle Hicks, Still Life Study 5
 

 
Sheila Pepe, Yellow Fin (left), Rusty Fin (right)



Sheila Pepe, Bubbles (left), Stool and Bowl (right)
 

Margaret Lanzetta, Sheila Pepe and Halsey Rodman are New York-based artists known for their art in other disciplines. Their time spent as Residents was used to familiarize them with the material and to produce a body of work that they would otherwise not be able to see through to fruition. These artists were given time, space and technical assistance to actualize their ideas. Giselle Hicks, an artist living in Helena, Montana, was this year’s Fellow. Her time in residence was used to expand upon and produce an entirely new body of work. The fellowship allowed her the time and space within New York City to work but also to be part of the diverse and vital community we have to offer.



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Margaret Lanzetta
Sheila Pepe
Halsey Rodman
Giselle Hicks

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New York, NY – The Jane Hartsook Gallery is pleased to present, Ceramics Now, a group exhibition featuring Giselle Hicks, Margaret Lanzetta, Sheila Pepe and Halsey Rodman. The art in this exhibition represents the body of work created during their short-term residencies at Greenwich House Pottery. The exhibition, bringing together these artists for the first time, examines their respective idiosyncratic approach to the material.

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