Sunday, November 10, 2013
Monday, February 25, 2013
"Neat": The Art of the Whiskey Vessel"
Lillstreet Gallery really did an awesome job with all parts of this show, from publicity to promotional materials, to catalog and opening events. I am really exited to have been a part of this show. The catalog is available in print by contacting the gallery here: Lillstreet Gallery
Monday, February 4, 2013
Just wanted to spread the word and let you all know that my new website is posted, live and updated with new images and info. New for 2013 is the development of a shopping cart on the site which will soon feature a number of available pieces, one of a kind pottery as well as a few new lines that I have been working on that are a little more production minded. Please stay tuned and give me your feedback...most will be listened too. I'll keep you informed on the site as well as here about upcoming events, but the two sites are linked so posts that I make here will also post there. Ahhhh technology, a wonderful thing. I hope that 2013 proves to be a successful, productive, and creative year for you all. Cheers, and be sure to stop back often to see what's going on.
Visit www.jeremyrandallceramics.com to see the site. All image info will be added soon, and a few tweaks need to still be made, all in due time. Thanks to everyone for stopping.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Jeremy Randall Ceramics is now on Facebook! Stop by to check things out and see what's new, and please let me know what you think. I would love to see pots that you've taken into your lives, and to hear your thoughts and experiences. Happy New Year!!
For anyone out there in the Chicago area, "Neat" opens in a couple of weeks with a reception on February 1st. The opening will host what sounds like an awesome Whiskey tasting, so belly up and check it out. I'll post images when the show is up so stay tuned.........
Info about the show and curator Doug Jepson can be found at the Lillstreet Website here:
Friday, November 23, 2012
Signature Contemporary Craft in Atlanta will be showing "Don't Box Me In" opening December. I can't wait to see all of the work as everyone included makes such stellar work. If you're in the Atlanta area during December be sure to check it out!
Saturday, October 20, 2012
This platter is in the Harvest show at Gandee Gallery in Fabius NY. These are about 22" across. I've been loving them.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
I have a show currently up for the month of June at my wife's gallery, Imagine, of new pots and a grouping of small drawings/paintings of local landscapes that I had recently completed. This idea had been floating around in my head for some time, and seemed to fit into her show schedule. landscape has been present on my mind alot lately, both in my work and in my immediate environment, and I like the pairing of the two together both in concept and aesthetic. The idea is still in its infancy, but has plenty of room to develop to better fit the idea and vision going on in my head. Time will tell....
The paintings are all 10x10" and are acrylic, ink and encaustic on panel. Stop by if you're in the area, the show I'll be up until June 30th at Imagine, 38 East Genesee Street, Skaneateles New York.
Sunday, May 6, 2012
So it is now a week after the show but Paradise City was a success. Being someone who has just started doing a few large retail handcraft shows, I never really know what to expect and I feel like I'm usually rolling the dice. But I was pleasantly surprised with the outcome, handed out a ton of cards and sold a bunch of pots. Having the first hand contact with people who are interested in taking home your work is great. Good research, good feedback, and some nice momentum to return to the studio to make more. Next on the list is getting a couple of boxes to Red Lodge Clay Center an then get work to the Society Of Arts And Crafts for a featured artist window display at their location on Newberry Road in Boston.
This was one of a number of small, medium and large whiskey flasks made for the show. I'm going to be making a bunch more of these in the next few days.
And the icing on the cake was my 1950 "Zero" brand fan, donated by our good friends to keep me and booth-goers cool. The weekend was super hot, and although the show was indoor, the arena was still open to outside air flow and I didn't come with a fan. This little gem was in our friend's barn, and I don't know how many people commented on how perfectly it fit the booth, and one woman even wanted to buy it. I don't know if I should take that as insult or compliment, although she left the booth without and pots...
So we have been in the middle of a house and studio move for the past month or so, which I wouldn't recommend to those who have a number of deadlines in the studio, but the lure of land and family has pulled us to the country.
The studio is still operational, but the soda kiln needed to be relocated. I wasn't too sure how successful the disassembly was going to be as we have been spraying six pounds of soda per firing for the past five years or so, but the majority of the brick came free with no problem.
It's hard to remember after six years how many brick it took to build a kiln, but having to move it again is a full reminder. I think I'm still recovering. Satisfying to do, but man I'm paying for it.
Someone is going to have a sweet BBQ patio for sure, with direct line right to the natural gas. As I get through a redesign of the kiln and get to building I'll post more pictures of the progress. Having so much room, and the ability to build to suit, I am pumped to be able to work in a number of sustainable attributes to make the studio a lot less impactive. More to come soon.