Kathy Erteman studio news

Friday, November 30, 2012

Shangri-la Reunion

I am thrilled to be working with the Nixi Potters again!

We met for a reunion on the Tibetan Plateau in late October.

Aid to Artisans is pleased to announce The Nwang Choephel Fellows Award for 2012-2014. The Professional and Cultural Exchange will be conducted with Nixi Potters from Diquing Prefecture, Yunnan, China, and is being led by ceramic artist and designer Kathy Erteman of New York.

The Professional Fellows program supports international cooperation and builds networks of people and organizations working on critical issues worldwide. During this two year program with Aid to Artisans,The Nixi Potters will gain first-hand experience by working alongside their American counterparts.

We will announce opportunities to participate in public events.

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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Monoprint Ceramics : Kathy Erteman

review by Pat Rogers

Hamptons Art Hub

Sunday, July 1, 2012

18th Street Dinnerware for Crate and Barrel

From the Crate&Barrel Early Spring Catalog

My 18th Street Dinnerware design has now arrived on the shelves at Crate&Barrel

View the setting, click here.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

News for the New Year

The studio sale Dec 8 & 9 was exceptionally festive and lively this year. So much that I forgot to take photos of the big crowd ! Maybe it was the exotic sparkling punch we made. Now back to work for what is shaping up to a full new year.

In January 2012 "18th Street Dinnerware" I designed for Crate and Barrel will arrive in stores across the USA and I hope you will look for it. Those who had a sneak peek at the samples say that they look very much like my studio work ! The factory in Thailand did an excellent job of capturing the essence of my handmade modern design.

The past few months I have been working on large vessels and works on paper in preparation for my solo exhibition at Gremillion Fine Arts in Houston Texas, opening March 15th. www.gremillion.com I will post the details as I have them.

Later in March I will be heading to Southern California to teach a 5 day workshop Monoprint and Clay at the Fallbrook Center for the Arts. In this hands -on workshop we will cover many techniques and ideas during 5 days and get in a firing at the end. Complete registration information here: www.fallbrookschoolofthearts.org

I wish you an enjoyable holiday season and healthy, peaceful, and prosperous New Year.