Claudia Alvarez is a Mexican-American artist living and working in New York City. She attended the University of California, Davis (BA 1999) and California College of Arts, San Francisco (MFA 2003). Alvarez is currently Visiting Assistant Professor at Pratt Institute
November 21, 2016 – March 17, 2017 | Egyptian painter and sculptor, Ghada Amer, is our next artist in residence. Amer is a one-time Pollock-Krasner grant recipient who established the parameters of her residency in preparation for her upcoming solo
July 14 – August 30, 2017 | Greenwich House Pottery is pleased to announce Linda Lopez and Mathew McConnell as our current Fellows. Linda and Mathew have an obscure semblance in approach to sculpture, a similarity in scale and installation.
August 31 - October 23, 2020 | Trisha Baga is an artist who works in Stereoscopic 3D video installation, clay, consumer grade electronics, and community performance.
September 24 – December 7, 2018 | Malene Barnett is a cross-media contemporary artist and the head of Malene B, an art and design atelier in New York City. She is known for her bespoke carpet designs, which she creates based
Pronouns: he/him Sabri Ben-Achour has been making ceramics since 1988, both functional and sculptural. He apprenticed with Jill Hinckley in Washington, D.C. The basis of his sculptural work is the belief that humans are primed to find beauty in the
August 26 - October 18, 2019 | Sindy Butz is an interdisciplinary visual artist and butoh dancer based in New York who creates conceptual endurance performances, multimedia installations, performance-based video sculptures and environmental fragrance projects.
September 19 to December 7, 2022 Beth Campbell is a New York-based artist who creates drawings, sculptures, and architectural interventions that challenge our perception of the world by reworking everyday objects in surprising or startling ways. She employs mass-produced consumer
October 4 to December 10, 2021 | Kelly Chang is a New York-based art director, animator, and designer, who is developing his art practice in clay.
Lisa Chicoyne is an artist who is interested in the complexity of human emotions and their expression. She looks at the world from the inside-out and is intrigued with the murky, messy parts of life. Trained as a sculptor, her
Pronouns: he/him Chang Chih-Hsiang is a Queens artist whose main body of work explores the tradition of clay through the mingei philosophy and rituals. His work is primarily wheel-thrown and plays around with a wide range of techniques shared among
Pronouns: she/her Cammi Climaco is an educator and interdisciplinary artist with a deep focus in ceramics. Her work moves between performance, sculptural and functional pieces and ruminates on the history of women in ceramics, finding joy in unreachable places and
William Coggin is a ceramic artist living in Brooklyn. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Miluakee in 2009 with a B.F.A. in Ceramic Arts and a minor in Art History. He has taught ceramics at Greenwich House for the past
Passionate about teaching, Michelle holds a BA in Art Education from Central Connecticut University and an MA in Education from the University of New England. She is a full time art teacher for Darien Public Schools and is currently teaching
May 1 - June 16, 2023 | Jenny Day is a painter who blends real landscapes together with imagery from her memory and from social media to create fantastical scenes that frequently focus on both small- and large-scale personal or
Kathy Erteman was born and raised in Southern California. She began making ceramics in a Los Angeles studio as a teenager. After briefly pursuing academics at UCLA, she returned to the studio and shortly thereafter pursued her art degree. Erteman
June 1 - August 6, 2021 | Rachel Farmer is an artist who uses ceramics and quilts to re-examine histories that get passed down through families, institutions, and pop culture—such as the mythology of the American West, and the artist’s
Pronouns: he/him Fabio J. Fernández is an artist, arts advocate, educator, and arts administrator. He is the former Executive Director of the Society of Arts + Crafts in Boston where he led the organization through a pivotal time in its long
Pronouns: she/her Kiani was born in Seattle, WA though currently works and lives in Brooklyn, NY. She is a recent graduate from The Cooper Union School of Art and primarily focuses on drawing and sculpture. The majority of her work
January 6 – February 21, 2020 | Dolores Furtado is a sculptor who creates work that focuses on materiality. She uses technical research and experimentation to create forms that expose the unique qualities of her materials, and views her sculptures
David Gibson received his MFA from Louisiana State University (1996) and his BFA from University of the Arts in Philadelphia (1990). He did a residency at the University of the Arts (1991). His work has been shown in juried and
Pronouns: she/her Suzy Goodelman has a Fine Art and Graphic Design background having attended The Art Students’ League, Pratt Institute and School of Visual Arts. She began her study of ceramics in 1999 and came to Greenwich House Pottery in
Peter Gourfain received his BFA from the Art Institute of Chicago (1956). Peter has had numerous solo exhibitions and group exhibitions at the Guggenheim, Corcoran, Whitney Museum, and the MoMA. He has been a visiting artist at UC Davis, Rhode Island
Artist Statement I slipcast porcelain clay. Slipcasting generally is a mass production system. Normally a positive model is molded with plaster. The slip clay which is liquid, is poured into the plaster mold and the porous plaster absorbs the water
March 8 - May 14, 2021 | Meiasha Gray is a New York City-based artist who works primarily in ceramics and performance art.
November 4 - December 6, 2019 | Donna Green is a sculptor, potter and photographer based in New York City. Green’s forms are reminiscent of cast bronze, comprised of the swells and depressions that are more often the purview of
May 31 - July 8, 2022 | Nicki Green is a transdisciplinary artist working primarily in clay in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Pronouns: they/he/she Tyler Green (b.1999 Brooklyn, NY) is a multi-interdisciplinary artist whose work experiments with the macabre through impishness, spirituality, decomposition, and the Black experience. They are interested in the unsettling and disturbing feelings that they create in their pieces.Through their
March 1-30, 2018 | Contemporary artist, writer and filmmaker Nicolás Guagnini works across disciplines to engage with concepts of labor, capital and masculinity. His exhibitions frequently mix mediums—ceramic sculptures are paired with books from his personal library, flowers, ink-soaked pedestals
Luc Hammond-Thomas’s current work involves aspects of design, functionality, craft, and form. Hammond-Thomas makes ceramic objects that are functional yet aligned with contemporary ceramic practice. He sees a strong relationship between the power of an object and how it is
Hiroe Hanazono, a native of Japan, received her BA in Spatial Art and Ceramics from California State University, Hayward California in 2003, and her MFA in Ceramics from the School of Art, Ohio University, Athens Ohio in 2008. She has
June 6 – August 9, 2016 | Giselle Hicks will use her time to complete a sculptural investigation of the still life. Using the pinched vessels she will expand the vocabulary of forms, using both iconic vessel shapes as well
May 26 – July 7, 2017 | Greenwich House Pottery is pleased to announce Judy Hoffman as our current Fellow. Judy is a New York based artist who has in the last several years turned to clay as a sculpture
Lindsey Howard is a ceramic sculptor born in Dallas, Texas and based in Brooklyn, NY. She graduated from University of Northern Colorado in 2018 with a Bachelors in Art History. She has participated in group exhibitions in Texas, New York,
Pronouns: she/her Michelle Im is a Korean American artist who lives and works in Queens, NY. For Im, craft has the transformative power to shape culture and strengthen human connection. She decorates her ceramics with playful patterns drawing inspiration from
July 9 - August 3, 2018 | Samuel Johnson is best known for his wood-fired utilitarian pottery. Johnson is interested in “shadow” or the concept that there is an aspect of our personalities that is hidden from our consciousness but
August 14 to October 6, 2023 Melissa Joseph is a New York City-based interdisciplinary artist whose art practice in craft-based media—especially ceramics and textiles—addresses themes of diaspora, family history, and the politics of how we occupy spaces. Joseph is particularly
Ann Treesa Joy is a multi-media artist, currently working primarily in clay. Her work is mainly figurative and humorous, although recently her work has been a critical examination of the social norms concerning the female body. She particularly loves using
Dave Kim the Potter uses direct influence from his cultural heritage as a Korean to apply developed aesthetics to his functional pottery. Currently working in Brooklyn, NY, he continues to carry the tradition in one of the biggest art scenes
March 6 to April 21, 2023 Hongmi Kim-Hoog is an artist who creates vessel forms by layering earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain to create unique visual patterns. For Kim Hoog, the juxtaposition of different clay bodies emphasizes the natural beauty of
Trevor King is an artist whose practice incorporates ceramics, sculpture, video, and installation to examine personal history. Having grown up the son of a steel worker in western Pennsylvania, King witnessed the regional transformations associated with post-industrialization. His artwork responds
November 23 - December 18, 2020 | Trevor King is a multimedia artist who lives and works in Queens, New York.
Whittney Klann is a Wisconsin native who has been in love with clay since high school. She studied studio art and anthropology at Kenyon College in Ohio and spent two years as a resident artist at Greenwich House Pottery. Her
Julie Knight is a graduate of the Ringling College of Art and Design, is the co-owner of JAK POT Studio in the Catskills of NY. Julie was awarded an internship in New York City from the AICAD 1990, the Anna
June 26 to August 4, 2023 Grant Landreth is a New York City-based artist who grew up going to quilting bees and experiencing the dramatic sunsets of the Great Plains. Their work is made from the detritus found on NYC
March 21 – May 23, 2016 | Margaret Lanzetta proposes to create a series of crowns and keys based on historical research of these objects in European, Asian and North African dynasties. Through the use of local and “borrowed” design
January 11 - February 19, 2021 | Heidi Lau is a New York City-based artist who grew up in Macau. Her primary materials are paper and ceramic. In her research-based work, Lau explores nostalgia, memory, and the creation of history.
Pronouns: she/hers Megan Mi-Ai Lee was born in Los Angeles, CA and currently lives in Queens. She received her BFA from the Cooper Union School of Art, after which she was a Public Art Curatorial Fellow and Assistant Educator at
Born and raised on the upper west side of Manhattan, Haakon Lenzi was first exposed to the potters wheel in high school and has been throwing his life away ever since. Haakon received a BFA in ceramics from the New
Jessi Li (b.1987) grew up in Jersey City, NJ. They hold an MFA from Hunter College (2019) and a BA from Bard College at Simon’s Rock (2009). Li makes sculpture using a broad range of materials including fabric, glass, clay,
May 28 – June 28, 2019 | Phoenix Lindsey-Hall is a ceramic, photographic and mixed-media artist. Lindsey-Hall’s research-based artwork centers on violence in queer communities. She began working in clay to avoid the specificity inherent in photography
April 1 - June 30, 2018 | Primarily a sculptor, Pam Lins works across disciplines using classical to contemporary art, craft and design forms to question the nature of sculpture and materiality. Lins was a short-term resident at GHP in
July 13 to August 26, 2022 Cathy Lu is a California-based artist who explores experiences of immigration and cultural hybridity from an Asian American point of view. Lu creates sculptures and installations that often draw from traditional Chinese imagery and
Pronouns: she/hers Jenni Lukasiewicz is an artist living and working in New York City. Originally from South Hadley Massachusetts, she studied studio art at Mount Holyoke College and papermaking and bookbinding in Italy before spending 5 years living in New
Pronouns: she/her Wren grew up in Boulder, Colorado and received her BFA in Ceramics at Colorado State University, Fort Collins. She makes work that urges a form of attention attuned to overlooked details. Minutiae, both tangible and intangible, are boundless
September 16 – November 11, 2016 | Alice Mackler was born in New York City where she lives and works. She received a certificate in Illustration from the School of Visual Arts (1957), earned a BA from Touro College
July 8 - August 9, 2019 | Kari Marboe is an artist who uses her artwork to engage communities with each other and with the past by delving into archives and using digital tools to present her research in clay.
Pronouns: she/hers Kaitlin McClure is a cultural historian focusing on craft and oral history. Finding it impossible to spend her days reading and writing about making practices without making anything herself, Kaitlin returned to her early love of clay, using
Pronouns: she/her Kate Missett is a Brooklyn based ceramic artist who uses both the wheel and handbuilding to create large figurative sculpture inspired by ecological and political issues. She utilizes a variety of firing techniques including raku, salt, and lustre
March 7 to June 3, 2022 Alva Mooses is a New York-based multidisciplinary artist and educator. Mooses uses geological materials such as rammed earth, cast concrete and volcanic stones along with cultural symbols and personal experiences to critique the impact
Carly Moreno is a multidisciplinary artist working in photography, printmaking and ceramics. She graduated in 2015 with a BFA in Printmaking and Photography from Purchase College and has since been living and working in New York City. Her work addresses
January 9 to February 24, 2023 Sara Nishikawa is an artist whose work focuses on domestic objects, the intersection between designed tools and food, and on the relationship objects have with narrative. What does it mean to live in a
November 27 - February 23, 2018 | Eun-Ha Paek is an animation filmmaker and illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY who creates narratives that use humor to process the full range of human emotion. She brings the characters in these narratives
Pronouns: she/her Eun-Ha Paek was born in Seoul, Korea. She received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her animated films have screened in the Guggenheim Museum, Sundance Film Festival, and venues internationally. She has held residencies/fellowships at
Pronouns: he/him Brad Parsons is a multidisciplinary artist and craftsperson living in New York. Originally from Boston, he relocated to Brooklyn to attend Pratt Institute. Brad has enjoyed several roles at Greenwich House Pottery since 2010 including resident artist, studio
September 21 – November 24, 2015 | Sheila Pepe is best known for her large-scale, ephemeral installations and sculpture made from domestic and industrial materials. Since the mid-1990s Pepe has used feminist and craft traditions to investigate received notions concerning the
October 16 to December 8, 2023 Rebecca Potts is a multidisciplinary artist who mines materials to create sculptures that find connections between seemingly opposed concepts, like sculpture and painting or figuration and abstraction. Potts is particularly inspired by mythology, mysticism,
Pronouns: she/her Anjanisari Ramadhani (b.1998) is a Queens native and recent graduate from the School of Art at the Cooper Union. Working primarily in sculpture and installation, she gravitates towards organic materials and natural processes as a framework to explore
Pedro Ramirez’s work uses natural materials, documentation and installation in an attempt to highlight the environmental crisis currently affecting the planet. Clay and soil as well as living and non living plants are used in his work and juxtaposed with
Pronouns: she/her Deb Reed started working with clay at Greenwich House Pottery in 2006 after a career in law and psychology. Deb has studied with ceramic artists including Sequoia Miller, Bryan Hopkins, Randy Johnston, Malcolm Davis, Paula Shalan, Greg Miller
Pronouns: he/his Ryan Rennie (b.1992 Seoul, Korea) is a ceramic artist, sculptor, and potter working primarily with hand-built and press-molded forms. His work explores systems of history as they relate to lineages of makers and the collecting and organization of
Andrew Cornell Robinson is a contemporary artist who creates sculptural assemblages comprised of ceramic and mixed media alluding to myth, ritual and memory. His formative years were informed by an apprenticeship in a studio pottery where he began his life-long
March 24 – May 19, 2017 | Ellen is a New York based artist who has been working in clay since graduate school at SVA. Her approach to clay is intuitive but not to say stream of consciousness. Her three-dimensional
January 4 – March 4, 2016 | Halsey Rodman’s work proposes a consensual and liberating encounter with objects by rendering apparent the radical instability of their forms. Though appearing disparate and sometimes improvised, his work is conceived and executed using
January 3 to February 25, 2022 | Shellyne Rodriguez is a Bronx-based artist, educator, writer, and community organizer who works in a variety of media, including drawing, painting, collage, and sculpture.
March 9 – April 24, 2020 | Biata Roytburd is a ceramicist who creates figurative sculptures that meld human and animal forms to explore themes of guilt, acceptance, and seduction.
Pronouns: he/they Josh Schutz (b. La Crosse, WI) is a figurative ceramic sculptor and potter. He received his BA in Art History and MA in Ceramics from Minnesota State University. Schutz then moved to Alfred, NY in 2018 to pursue
Victoria Ashley Shaheen received her BFA from the Corcoran College Of Art + Design in Washington DC and her MFA from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. She has exhibited work nationally and internationally at galleries including the John Michael Kohler
Pronouns: she/her Elise Siegel is a sculptor best known for her psychologically charged figurative ceramic works. She has created installations of large groups of tightly choreographed, interacting figures, and since 2010, an ongoing series of abstracted portrait busts. These sculptures
Hae Won (first name) Sohn (last name) is a medium-centric sculptor currently based in Queens, NY. In her practice, the artist utilizes studio-artifacts such as broken molds or material remnants; further incorporating the action of de-/reconstruction in her (re)development of
Pronouns: she/her Working in the realm of figurative sculpture, Jessica Stoller mines the rich and complicated history of porcelain, harnessing its links to power, desire and taste. Synthesizing the cultural, historical, and corporeal notions of the female body, Stoller expands the
Pronouns: she/hers Taylor is an artist and designer living in Washington Heights, NYC. She received her BFA in Fibers from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2014. Throughout her studies, she focused on process driven means of creating
Julie Terestman is a ceramic artist born and raised in NYC. She received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art (1989) and BFA from Program in Artisanry (1983). She now teaches at the West Side YMCA, Kingsborough Community College and at
Gina Tibbott is a ceramicist who studies archaeology and an archaeologist who studies ceramics. Her handbuilt and wheelthrown functional works are designed for everyday use, with the worst-case scenario of breakage presumably inserting them into the archaeological record. Her archaeological
September 11 – November 18, 2017 | Contemporary artist, Rirkrit Tiravanija, is perhaps best known for creating installations and events that emphasize social engagement, though he creates traditional material-based art as well.
Pronouns: he/him Derek Weisberg, began sculpting at a very early age starting with the medium of mashed potatoes as soon as he could hold a fork and knife, moving onto action figure assemblage when he could load a hot glue
Pronouns: they/them Hannah grew up in the East Village and now lives in Queens. She has returned to Hunter College to study Studio Art, but previously received a BA in Psychology. Hannah is interested in ceramics as an embodied practice
Kristen Wicklund is a Brooklyn-based artist/designer who works with clay and fiber. In May 2010, she presented her first solo exhibition at Heath Ceramics gallery in Los Angeles. Her work can be found in Garth Clark’s and Mark Del Vecchio’s
Pronouns: she/her Julia Woltjen was born in Dallas Texas and currently resides in Manhattan. She received a BA in Psychology and a BA in Art, with an emphasis in ceramics, from the University of Oklahoma (Class of 2021). She is
Anjuli Wright is a ceramic artist that explores ideas of truth and perspective through the medium of the vessel. Anjuli holds an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art, where she earned a Merit Scholarship in Ceramics, and a BFA from
Pronouns: he/they Dustin Yager is a ceramic artist whose work deals with popular perceptions of pottery, taste, class, and all that goes along with it. His work has been exhibited nationally, including exhibitions in Chicago, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, and Kansas City,
Lu Zhang is an artist, born in Xian, China. She received her MFA in Fine Arts and MS in Art History from Pratt Institute in 2015. She also holds BA degree in Economics from Xian Jiao Tong University. Lu’s work