Project # 1: "Old Hands In Clay", An Exhibition of the Work of Noted Clay Artists Over the Age of 70

 

Clayton Bailey

 

Outline of project, purpose/goal:

Title of Project: 

Old Hands In Clay:  An Exhibition of the Work of Noted Clay Artists Over the Age of Seventy.

An exhibition of ceramic art by 45 persons who are internationally known for their work and who are all over the age of seventy.  Each artist will ship two pedestal-sized pieces to the gallery in Wisconsin.  The work will be on exhibition during the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  The artists come from America, Canada and Europe.  This will be the first exhibition of this kind and will include work that earlier on was at the forefront of the creative clay world.

 

Participating:

Clayton Bailey – California - 1939
Doug Baldwin – Montana – 1939
Ruth Barrett-Danes – United Kingdom - 1940
Karl Borgeson – Wisconsin – 1940
Joe Bova – New Mexico – 1941
Bruce Breckenridge – Wisconsin - 1929
Cynthia Bringle – North Carolina - 1939
Val Cushing – New York – 1931
Angela Fina – Massachusetts – 1937
Michael and Magdalena Frimkess – California – 1937
Don Frith – California - 1924
Verne Funk – Texas – 1932
Wladek Garnik – Poland – 1937
Wayne Higby – New York – 1943
Curtis Hoard – Arizona - 1940
Nina Hole – Denmark – 1941
Coille Hooven – California - 1939
Robin Hopper – Canada - 1939
Mo Jupp – France – 1938
Walter Keeler – United Kingdom – 1942
Steven Kemenyffy – Pennsylvania – 1943
Susan Kemenyffy – Pennsylvania - 1941
Jim Leedy – Missouri – 1930
Warren MacKenzie – Minnesota - 1924
Peteris Martinsons – Latvia - 1931
John Mason – California – 1927
Karen Massaro – California - 1944
Tim Mather – Indiana – 1943
Jeanne Otis – Arizona - 1940
Don Pilcher – Illinois - 1942
Don Reitz – Arizona – 1929
Norm Schulman – North Carolina - 1924
Klaus Schultze – Germany – 1927
Judith Schwartz – New York – 1942
Nancy Selvin – California – 1944
Martha Shaw – California – 1943
Richard Shaw – California – 1941
Tom Supensky – South Carolina – 1938
Jack Troy – Pennsylvania – 1938
Rimas VisGirda – Illinois – 1942
Patti Warashina – Washington – 1940
Paula Winokur – Pennsylvania – 1935
Robert Winokur – Pennsylvania – 1933

43 participants to date.

 

Artists lost:

Sylvia Hyman
Janet Mansfield
Victor Spinski

 

Start date of project and duration:

March 17 to July 18, 2014

 

Location of project:

University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 900 Wood Road, PO Box 2000, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53141-2000

 

Requested funding amount:

$300

 

Other information, e.g. images or other relevant (visual) documentation to further illustrate project:

 

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