Paolo Mentasti was born and raised on a plane flying between Sao Paulo, Bogota and Mexico City. He received his BFA from The Cooper Union in 2019. His art practice involves ceramics, sculpture, drawing, photography, performance and installation. His artwork
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 to translate
Lilli is a ceramic artist who grew up and currently resides on Long Island, NY. She received her BFA in Ceramics and her BS in Visual Arts Education at SUNY New Paltz. After graduating, she completed a year-long artist residency
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.
August 24 - October 16, 2020 | Trisha Baga is an artist who works in Stereoscopic 3D video installation, clay, consumer grade electronics, and community performance.
May 11 – June 12, 2020 | 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
June 22 - August 7, 2020 | 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
Chloe Theodosiou is a born and raised New Yorker, currently living in Queens. She graduated with a BFA from Alfred University in 2017 and currently works as a student liaison at GHP. Chloe has been working as a studio assistant,
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
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