Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Brad Taylor and Suzanne Wolfe at Dao Art Space in Xian, China
Suzanne Wolfe, Large and Small Pillows
Brad Taylor, Tablets - Laminated, Compressed and Carved #1
Brad Taylor, Tablet - Laminated, Compressed and Carved #2 [foreground]
Open Mass- Beaten and Carved [background]
Ceramics Professor and Program Chair Suzanne Wolfe and Assistant Professor in Ceramics Brad Taylor have work in the American Ceramics Exhibition, which is the opening exhibition for the new Dao Art Space in Xian, China. The exhibition highlights 20 American Artists who have worked at the Fuping Art Pottery Village, and have work in the American Museum of the Fule International Ceramics Museum in Shaanxi Province of China.
The show opened on November 12, 2010 in the Tang Dynasty Park in Xian. Suzanne Wolfe showed five Pillow Forms. Brad Taylor showed a series of five Tablets-Laminated, Compressed, and Carved. These works were made during residencies at the Fuping Art Pottery Village this summer; they were fired this fall. The opening of the exhibition coincided with the International Ceramic Magazine Editors Conference in nearby Fuping, China.