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Chad Steve (FL) White Sand Vase 2 porcelain 10” x 8.5” x 8.5”

Peeta Tinay (WA) Cuff Border Basket with Lattice Overlay round reed, cane, cellulose fiber dye, UV varnish and wax 8” x 31” x 31”

sterling silver 2.5” x 3.3” x 2”

Judy Wukitsch (NJ) Manifest, Our State of Being-Protecting

sterling silver, egg shell, rubber cord 3.5” x 3.5” x 3.5”

porcelain 23” x 12” x 11”


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Bob Campbell Nancy Campbell Rosemary Campellone Barbara Chimicles Chris Darway Christine Grad

Diya Wang (RI) The Nature Beyond

Silvija Singh (PA) Not Broken II

International Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Fine Craft

CRAFT FORMS 2019 COMMITTEE 2019 Chair | Franz Rabauer

Christina Haas Patti Hallowell Ona Hamilton Kate Hochner Bozena Korczak Ann McIlvain

Jean McKinney Dennis Milavec Tiffany Neiman Ellen Plotkin Terry Putscher Lauren Robertson

Josephine M. Schmidt Anne Schmitt Carol Seid Susan Teti Orysia Marie Trevisan Tom Watkins

Mary Webb Henry Winsor Josephine Winsor Maria Wolfe


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International Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Fine Craft

Michelle Stitzlein (OH) Horizon Fringe Boucherouite Series repurposed materials 102” x 144” x 12”

Jess Tolbert (TX) Staplewear Series (necklace) steel 30” x 0” x 0”

Paul Sirofchuck (PA) Embrace the View wood 72” x 36” x 18”

Zak Weinberg (NC) Truth lasercut, stained, birch plywood. 6’ x 4’ x 2”

Isabel Zeng (OH) Voice

NuGold, transparent resin (for 3D printing) 12” x 8” x 3”

Rachael Strittmatter (NY) When it Settles sheet glass, glass powder, audio 18” x 18” x .125”

Gina Westergard (KS) Snared Carly Van Anglen and David Ferro (PA) Internal Waves

copper, electroformed jimson pods, 24K gold, paint, ink 5” x 11” x 11”

Majolica glazed terra-cotta 4.25” x 11” x 11”

Yuye Zhang (PA) Y-Pod bronze 4.5” x 1.5” x 1.5”

E. M.A. Opticians, Inc.


Davis-Trachtenberg, Inc. Dayton Lock Little Black Dress Oliver Mechanical Services

Susquehanna International Group, LLP The Radnor Hotel Wayne Hotel


Barbara Berry Bill and Laura Buck Jim and Phyllis Cobb Norman and Suzanne Cohn Christine Grad, M.D. Carol Haas Gravagno Christina Haas John O. and Janet Haas Blanche Levitt and Ted Torphy

Alan and Ann McIlvain Franz Rabauer and Brian Daggett Josephine M. Schmidt Bob and Julie Spahr Suburban Garden Club John and Gerry Tuten Tom and Penelope Watkins Don and Nancy Weaver Mary Webb

Charles and Sally Broadhead Patrick and Patricia Burke Leonard and Sally Randolph Stephen and Ona Hamiltion

Frank A. Bernard Vadim and Victoria Kavalerova Marianne Tebbens

Lynn Sures (MD) Ileret Footprints 1 handmade paper, pigmented flax pulp painting, embossed 16” x 24” x .5”


Jiangmei Wu (IN) Punica paper 24” x 18” x 18”

Gerri Spilka (PA) Precariously Piled

contemporary quilt art 86” x 46” x .5”

Jeremy Waak (PA) Idol to Exceptionalism 5

sterling silver, copper, stainless steel 3.5” x 1.75” x 2”

Emily Gomez Triggers

Listing as of print deadline.

Yuye Zhang (PA) Spine Brooch

CraftForms Sponsorships benefit Wayne Art Center’s exhibitions, educational and outreach programs.

3D printed resin, fiber optic, acrylic, CZ, led light 6” x 1.5” x 2”

presented by Wayne Art Center 413 Maplewood Ave, Wayne, PA, 19087 | 610-688-3553 |

Nancy Campbell

Jane Milosch

December 7, 2019 - February 1, 2020

Presenting Sponsors

International Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Fine Craft


Executive Director Wayne Art Center Wayne, PA

Director, Provenance Research Exchange Program, Smithsonian Institution

I am honored to jury CraftForms for a second time, and to return to Wayne Art Center whose dedication to artists working in craft materials is to be celebrated. Art and culture are about excellence and long-term investment in our humanity and the world we inhabit. At a time when many want things to be done as quickly and cheaply as possible, this exhibition visually broadcasts an anecdote to this short-sided approach. Great art slows us down, makes us take notice and question what we are seeing, what does it mean, why does this matter; and, how does it connect to our lives and each other?

It is with great pride that I welcome you to join us in celebrating CraftForms 2019, the 25th International Exhibition of Contemporary Craft. This year marks an important milestone in the advancement of CraftForms’ mission to enhance awareness of contemporary craft.

A theme that emerges in the work in CraftForms 2019 is the precariousness of our lives today, especially in relation to fragility and resilience. Some of the titles of the works of art, or the ideas and functions that are addressed and/ or expressed, involve rethinking and relooking at reality, materiality, and spirituality—who are we, what are we becoming? Ceramic, glass, fiber, metal, wood, and paper works with titles such as Social Disorder, House of Cards, Snared, Disconnected, Spine Brooch, Dark Cloud, and I Can’t Be Your Superwoman, together with Intangible Spring, Horizon Fringe, and Invasive, are conceptual ideas powerfully “voiced” through the making of beautifully crafted objects. For me, both the work and the vital role Wayne Art Center plays in this community give me hope. The materiality of craft and the making of objects by hand, through traditional and innovative tools and techniques, teach us some of the most profound and beautiful lessons of life. We desire purposeful lives. The materials the artists have chosen to work in are hand-crafted into works of art—transcending the sum of many parts. We may have ideas, we may have great skill, but a great work of art is great because it embodies universal ideas that lift us up, rather than push us down. Finally, an exciting aspect about this exhibition series is that you can acquire one of these works of art, to live with and share long term, while supporting an artist and Wayne Art Center to continue their work. Enjoy this feast for the eyes and the soul!

This year, we are delighted to welcome back Jane Milosch, Director of the Provenance Research Exchange Program in the Office of International Relations at the Smithsonian Institution. Formerly chief curator at the Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Jane served as juror for CraftForms 2010. From a pool of over 700 entries, she narrowed her selections to 88 exquisitely executed works in ceramics, fiber, glass, metal, mixed media, wood, and 3-D printing technologies, many which push boundaries and challenge traditions.

Jane Milosch is an internationally recognized curator and expert in 20th-century and contemporary art, craft, and design, and their intersections with science and new technologies. As the founding director of the Provenance Research Initiative at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., she advises on WWII-era provenance research, cultural heritage projects, and international museum training programs. Milosch was previously Senior Program Officer for Art at the Smithsonian, leading pan-Institutional art programs and new interdisciplinary initiatives and strategic planning efforts at the Smithsonian’s eight art museums, and her earlier appointments include curatorial positions at the Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the Figge Art Museum, and in the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art and Design at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Milosch studied ceramics and art history in the US and in Munich, Germany, where she also worked as a managing editor for Prestel Art books. A graduate of the Getty Leadership Institute for museum professionals, she lectures and publishes widely on provenance research and contemporary art and craft, and holds an honorary professorship in the School of Culture and Creative Arts, University of Glasgow.

From its humble beginnings, CraftForms has evolved from an opportunity for local artists to exhibit their work to a broadly recognized exhibition that draws talent from all over the globe. Acclaimed for its ability to attract both emerging and established artists as well as highly esteemed jurors, CraftForms showcases the best of contemporary craft in a region richly known for its “craft capital”.

We would also like to recognize the distinguished CraftForms jurors who have afforded Wayne Art Center the opportunity to bring contemporary craft to the forefront of our community; Elisabeth Agro, Nora Atkinson, Gail M. Brown, Sandra Brownlee, Syd Carpenter, Stefano Catalani, Sharon Church, Jimmy Clark, William Daley, Lloyd Herman, Alec Karros, Gretchen Keyworth, Mark Leach, Ron Lobaco, Bruce Metcalf, Michael Monroe, Richard Moyer, Melissa Post, Perry Allen Price, Richard Reinhardt, Paul Smith, David McFadden, Bruce Pepich, Cindy Straus and Lena Vigna The meaningful relationships forged through their involvement, generosity of time and expertise have been greatly valued and contributed to elevating Wayne Art Center’s standing in the world of contemporary craft. As we celebrate this special year, we would like to express our heartfelt thanks to those who have been instrumental in shaping CraftForms into such a highly respected event. It is through the dedicated efforts and support of the Board of Directors, staff, sponsors, patrons, volunteers and the thousands of visitors who eagerly anticipate and view this exhibition each year that Wayne Art Center has become a cherished cultural resource in our community. A special word of thanks to Patti Hallowell, Exhibition Coordinator, and CraftForms 2019 Chair, Franz Rabauer, for their passion, commitment, and tireless efforts. Happy 25th Anniversary CraftForms 2019. We look forward to another 25 years of enriching our community through this much-loved endeavor! With Gratitude,

Exhibition at Wayne Art Center

Audrey An (PA) Extrude & Muliplied 02 ceramics & laser cut plexiglass 7” x 14” x 5”

knotted cotton cord 24.5” x 36” x 8.5”

Ariel Bowman (TX) Merveilles Perdues

sterling silver, blue moonstones, diamonds 2.5” x 8” x .25”

Teresa Faris (WI) CWaB:Lien #9

sterling silver, wood, reclaimed Comfy Perch™ 9” x 3” x 1”

Matthew Hebert (CA) Functional Abject: Coronado Bowl wood, metal, and acrylic 2” x 24” x 24”

Patricia KennedyZafred (PA) Coal Town: Silent Canary fiber/art quilt 48” x 78” x 0”

Jeffrey Lloyd Dever (MD) Eden’s Promise

ceramic, mixed media 36” x 22” x 14”

is dedicated

the public’s

Tom Marino (OH) Crucible Series: Radioactive Nancy Koenigsberg (NY) Becky Lauzon Nightfall (TORONTO) coated copper wire City Living #4031, 26” x 26” x 3” #3235, #4076

high-fired porcelain with metallic silver and tint 2.5” x 9” x 9”

Fahan Sky McDonagh (FL)

Divine Shield I lava, glass 6” x 8” x 5.5”

glass 20” x 12” x 12”

polymer clay, stainless steel cable, sterling clasp, map pin 12.25” x 6” x 1.25”

to enhancing

Dan Molyneux (CA) White/Gold Teapot

contemporary craft, provides a venue for local, regional and nationally-

ceramics & laser cut plexiglass 6” x 16” x 3”

recognized craft

wood 39” x 50” x 22”

textile 69” x 159” x 0”

Yun Gee Bradley (OR) JOY

hanji paper (mulberry paper) and glue only 12” x 12” x 1”

artists to share their creative endeavors

Danielle Embry (AZ) Dark Cloud enamel, copper, sterling silver wood, photograph 8” x 8” x 2”

iron oxide, sterling silver, concrete 3.75” x 6” x .25”


Jeong Ju Lee (NY) Edge

glass - blown, cast and carved 11” x 11” x 2.5”

Center community.

steel mesh, Spinel 2” x 2” x 1.5”

Holland Houdek (NY) Device 57A (Nebulizer)

Sara Drower (IL) Beaded Green Truck Miniatute Quilt

porcelain 11” x 13” x 13”

digitized photo printed on cotton, quilted and beaded 11” x 13” x 1”

Stephen Brucker (NY) Social Disorder Lucrezia Bieler (FL) Invasive

borosilicate glass 43” x 10” x 10”

single sheet of paper cut with scissors 24” x 42” x .25”


Monday - Friday: 9am-5pm Saturday: 9am-4pm Sunday: Closed

Danielle Embry (AZ) Looking for a Place to Hide

enamel, copper, sterling silver, wood, photograph 10” x 12” x 2”

Nanhee Kim (ONTARIO) Layered Fluidity nomex yarn, monofilament thread and steel 82” x 36” x 4”

hand-dyed and commercial cotton fabric, oil paint stick, textile paint 29” x 19”

Life Journey

cotton fabrics, fabric paint, batting, polyester thread 41” x 65” x .25”

Sara Drower (IL) Rebar Wall Miniature Quilt fibers, quilt 11” x 13” x 1”

Gene Shaw (PA) Yellow Ochre Feet

stoneware clay/metallic glaze 23” x 19” x 19”

Damask l

hand-dyed cotton, linen thread, antique linen table napkin 29” x 30” x 1.5”

Pivotal Balance fiber 38.25” x 38” x .25”

pine needle vessel 9.5” x 6.5” x 6.5”

Maureen Mills (NH) Reminiscing

Yoonjee Kwak (MT) Breath series

ceramic 24” x 8” x 8”

Leah Kaplan (PA) Pinecone Wave Vessel porcelain 11” x 7” x 4”

Victoria Lansford (GA) Storms of Juno

platinum enhanced sterling, fine silver 2.75” x 2.25” x 1.75”

Jamie Scherzer (MA) Big A** Brooch

embroidery floss french knots on canvas 5” x 5” x 2”

Emilie Pritchard (FL) Oval with Gold Rectangle beadweaving 10” x 8” x .75”

stoneware 11” x 11.5” x 11.5”

Matthew Obbink (MA) Self Portrait Apparatus

hand-dyed and commercial cotton 54” x 39” x 1”

Teresa Shields (PA) My Darling Clementine

Barbara Osborne (WA) Phantom Silhouette

Doug Navarra (NY) Three Graces

ash, white oak, brass, found objects, camera parts, leather 60” x 16” x 18”

Phil Haralam (NC) Persistence

kiln-fused glass, silkscreened enamels, poem by Robinson 7” x 7” x 20”

copper, enamel, sterling silver 4” x 6” x .25”

earthenware 21” x 8” x 8”

Niraja Lorenz (OR) Cosmos 3 - Eclipse

re-purposed elements 30.5” x 53” x 20”


clay 11” x 17” x 17”


Linda Priest (MA) Hummingbird and Trumpet Flower, 2 part brooch

Valerie Maser-Flanagan

porcelain, colored porcelain, gold luster 21” x 25” x 11”

Mari Emori (CA) Homage to the Pima

Benedicte Caneill

Lisa Beth Robinson & Kristin Thielking (NC) Blue Brown Boat (Wrecked Series)

rust on abaca 20” x 20” x 0”

gold repousse hummingbird with sapphires silver purple jade 5” x 2.5” x .25”


porcelain ceramic substrate, ceramic iron-oxide decal 25” x 17” x 6.5”

Kathy Knapp (OH) Tantalizing Temari Balls textiles, beads 23” x 31” x 10”

fine and sterling silver, steel, sumac lacquer 10” x 28” x 26”

Suzanne Northcott

House of Cards

steel mesh 7” x 7” x 0.5”

silver 15” x 17” x 1.5”

stoneware and plastic 10” x 9” x 12”


fiber and sterling silver 11” x 12.5” x 12.5”

red brass, sterling silver, steel, cherry, magnifying lens 12” x 8” x 1”

fiber (hand-dyed cotton fabric and commercial black fabric) 49.5” x 47.75” x .25

Heidi McKenzie

Jeong Ju Lee (NY) Necklace M

Xiaotong Jiao (ALBERTA) Twins

Komelia Okim (MD) Water Lily, Tea Making Bowl and Lid

Maxwell Mustardo (NJ) Blue Toroid

Up the Rabbit Hole # 3

Liz Kuny (NJ) Troublemaker

Emily Gomez (TX) Triggers

Chloe Darke (WI) Cordyceps Extraction Kit

December 7, 2019 February 1, 2020 Davenport Gallery

copper, pierced, nebulizer, plastic tube, Swarovski crystals (134), etched, powder coat, patina 4.25” x 7” x 5”

Andrew Clark (TN) Tilting Teapot stoneware 13” x 11” x 14”

Valerie Maser-Flanagan

Jon Goldberg (PA) eclipse

with the Wayne Art

Lisa Belsky (OH) Crochet Knit Vessel

gold, sapphires, ocean jasper, silver 5” x 2.1” x .3”

Virginia Scotchie (SC) Gold Rain

quilt art 88” x 52” x 0”

Jill Herlands (NY) Rusted Neck Piece Steve Donegan (PA) Intangible Spring

color discharge, dye and screen print on linen 46” x 43” x 0”

Linda Priest (MA) Blossom

Sarah Roberts (FL) Comfort of the Inbetween

Kathy Nida (CA) I Can’t Be Your Superwoman

Eric Cannizzaro (TN) Conversation Chair #2

Audrey An (PA) Extrude & Muliplied 03

Elizabeth Odiorne (AZ) Rinse & Repeat

porcelain 21” x 14” x 10”

awareness of fine


International Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Fine Craft



wayne art center

The 25th Annual

Shaya Durbin (CA) Blue Moonstone Bracelet

Al Canner (CO) Cowhide

Constance McBride (PA) Whisperers ceramic 10” x 13” x 11”

Karen Schulz (MD) Objects in This Mirror fiber 67” x 70” x 0”

Joanna Poag (NY) Binding Time (grid with needles)

Teresa Shields (PA) Cut With A Kitchen Knife

french knots and embroidery on canvas 5” x 5” x 1.5”

paperclay with oxide wash 5” x 12” x 7”

John Rais (PA) Disconnected

steel, stainless steel, bronze, patina 25” x 24” x 15”


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