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IHOC: Frank’s International House of Ceramics, Part Three

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IHOC: Frank’s International House of Ceramics, Part Three

The Frank Lloyd Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the third chapter of its group show, Frank’s International House of Ceramics. This show features the work of six artists, illustrating the diversity of styles that are possible within the medium of ceramics.

Casting aside utility as well as ceramic conventions, Voulkos created works that were aggressively slashed and pierced. His innovative artwork inspired ceramists worldwide to push beyond the traditional boundaries of the medium. Though American ceramist Richard DeVore remained faithful to the vessel form, he too has gone far beyond functionality. His pots may reveal a smooth hollowed bottom, a doubled interior floor, or even a thin, membranous shelf. The earth and flesh tones of his works evoke the tactility of human skin.

Frank’s International House of Ceramics, Part Three opens with a jar by Svend Bayer. Born in Uganda to Danish parents, Bayer studied ceramics with Michael Cardew in North Cornwall before traveling through Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia, taking inspiration from the village potteries he encountered there. Because he wood-fires his work in the labor-intensive Anagama style, a natural ash glaze accumulates on the surface of his pieces.

Richard Shaw maintains an eclectic practice that incorporates a stunningly diverse range of ceramic techniques. Best known for his trompe-l’oeil still-lifes, Shaw casts porcelain in molds, throws vessels on the wheel, hand builds ceramic objects and hand-paints and applies overglaze transfer decals to achieve a stunning level of realism. His work draws on American mass culture and often maintains a playful connection with international ceramic traditions.

We also present pieces by Japanese master ceramist Goro Suzuki, who works in many traditional Japanese styles. His aesthetic is characterized by a rustic simplicity, emphasizing the natural elegance of his forms and materials. Satoru Hoshino, another Japanese artist, allows the process of forming and glazing his sculptures to be his subject. His towering coils of clays are imprinted with the mark of his thumb and fore-finger, leaving a direct record of his engagement with the material.

Frank’s International House of Ceramics, Part Three is the latest in a series of exhibitions that highlight Frank Lloyd Gallery’s international roster of artists. The six artists exhibited represent a survey of the diversity of ceramic practices throughout the world.

Throughout his career, celebrated ceramic sculptor Peter Voulkos moved beyond the functional traditions of ceramics.

© 2013 by Frank Lloyd Gallery

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Svend Bayer

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Svend Bayer Jar, 2010 ceramic 8 ¼ x 7 ⅛ x 7 ⅛ inches

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Richard DeVore

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Richard DeVore Untitled (#791), 1996 stoneware 14 x 10 ž x 9 Ÿ inches

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Richard DeVore Untitled, c. 1979 stoneware 15 x 12 Ÿ x 9 ½ inches

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Richard DeVore Untitled (#767), 1995 stoneware 9 x 8 x 6 ½ inches

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Richard DeVore Untitled (#772), 1995 stoneware 14 ½ x 10 x 7 ½ inches

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Satoru Hoshino

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Satoru Hoshino Spring Snow 08-35, 2008 stoneware clay with glazes 21 ½ x 8 ž x 10 inches

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Satoru Hoshino Spring Snow No. 7, 2007 stoneware clay with glazes 15 他 x 14 x 14 inches

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Satoru Hoshino Spring Snow No. 6, 2007 stoneware clay with glazes 15 x 14 x 14 inches

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Richard Shaw

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Richard Shaw Artist’s Wingtip, 2012 glazed porcelain with overglaze decals 4 ¼ x 11 ½ x 4 inches

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Richard Shaw Pastel Cabin on Paint Box, 2009 glazed porcelain with overglaze decals 8 ½ x 15 x 11 inches (paint box) ¾ x 5 ½ x 5 ½ inches (plate with pastels)

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Richard Shaw Shoe at the Beach, 2011 glazed porcelain with overglaze decals 4 x 10 x 8 ½ inches

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Richard Shaw Collection Jar, 2010 glazed porcelain with overglaze decals and spun silica 5 x 12 x 8 inches

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Richard Shaw Past Habits, 2010 glazed porcelain with overglaze decals 2 ⅛ x 9 ¼ x 4 ¾ inches

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Richard Shaw Book-Jar with Paperback and Walnuts, 2009 glazed porcelain with overglaze decals 7 ¼ x 10 ¼ x 6 ¾ inches

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Goro Suzuki

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Goro Suzuki Yahichida Chair, 2001 ceramic 18 他 x 9 x 8 inches

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Goro Suzuki Yahichida-Oribe Dobin, 1998 stoneware 15 ½ x 16 ½ inches

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Peter Voulkos

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Peter Voulkos Untitled Plate, 1978 gas-fired stoneware and porcelain 3 ½ x 23 ¾ x 23 ¾ inches

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Peter Voulkos Untitled (Plate), 1980 wood-fired stoneware and porcelain 4 ⅛ x 21 ¾ x 21 ¾ inches

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Peter Voulkos Untitled Plate, 1978 gas-fired stoneware and porcelain 3 ½ x 22 ¾ x 22 ¾ inches

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Peter Voulkos Untitled Stack, 1974 gas-ďŹ red clay 39 x 13 x 12 inches

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Peter Voulkos Untitled Stack S8 (CR474.S8-1/6-B), 1974 bronze 39 x 12 inches

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