NOTE: Some of the dates/activities may no longer be correct, be sure to contact the organizer to confirm.
The Potters’ Studio
1221 8th Street (near Gilman St.)
Berkeley, CA 94710
Trax is shuttered for the summer months
We invite you to shop online at https://traxgallery.com or schedule an appt: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please text us @ 510.914.1303 and leave a message! or call the gallery & leave a message @ 510.540.8729
There are still many beautiful pieces available that can be found on our website.
TRAX Gallery has five unique Peter Voulkos color lithos
32″ x 24″, 1979, $1000 each, signed, unframed, email for more info.
1812 5th Street, Berkeley, CA 94710
by appointment – call: 510.540.8729 or text 510.914.1303
EPPERSON GALLERY OF CERAMIC ART
Schedule: May 6 through July 31.
1400 Pomona Street, Crockett, CA
Friday -Sunday 11-6 pm.
Safety precautions in place, Masks Required!
Private Appointments available upon request.
AMOCA – The American Museum of Ceramic Art
email@example.com, or call (909) 865-3146.
Pictured: untitled work from the Blooop Series by Alina Hayes
Peter Callas: An Enduring Legacy
“I walk into the studio and make. Pushing my work in many directions, using and exploring materials I wouldn’t have otherwise. The Blooop series emerged as I regained control by making joyful objects full of childlike wonder. With feeling of play, without judgment, the work is loud, unapologetic; mine.”
Regarded as one of the preeminent ceramic artists in the American Studio Ceramics tradition to work with anagama kilns, Peter Callas (1951– ) influenced an entire generation of ceramic artists. Opening February 12, 2022 at the American Museum of Ceramic Art
. Peter Callas:An Enduring Legacy is a comprehensive career retrospective featuring works spanning nearly 30 years of creative production. Among the 50 works featured are Callas’s innovative expressionist sculptures and abstracted container forms that function as visual records of the transformative forces of fire. Other works on display include intimate tea bowls, selected works on paper, and the premier of an original film about the artist.
Pictured above: Peter Callas, Vase: 0134, 2016. Wood Fired Stoneware. 11.5 x 11 x 11 inches.
50 Bowls, 50 States, 50 Woodfires
Friday, 11 AM–4 PM • In-person
As usual, we are keeping busy here at the museum! May brought a new exhibition featuring work by Alina Hayes in the Vault Gallery and a podcast launches featuring AMOCA’s very own Exhibitions Manager Pam Aliaga; June brings artist talks with Artist
in Residence Kirstin Willders and Blooop artist Alina Hayes, as well as new ceramics studio classes! Click the link below to read
the extended newsletter, or scroll down for a list of upcoming programs.
Edith Heath: A Life in Clay
January 29, 2022–October 30, 2022
Trailblazer. Rebel. Revolutionary.
Discover the story of Edith Heath, founder and designer of Heath Ceramics. Heath transformed the ceramics industry, creating dinnerware from California clay for “Sunday best” and everyday use. Driven by the power of good design, and a commitment to her craft, Heath’s vision continues to live on through her stoneware and tile over 70 years later. Durable, not delicate, simple, yet stylish, Heath Ceramics is an icon of American design.
This is not a traditional ceramics or craft exhibition – it combines historic objects, photographs,
documentary video and personal memorabilia to showcase Heath’s legacy and story. Do not
1000 Oak Street
Oakland, CA 94607
BEATRICE WOOD CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Patrick Crabb: A Search for the Ancients
My 14 – July 3, 2022
Come to the Artery at 207 G Street, Davis, California. We are open Monday – Saturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Sunday 12:00 – 5:00pm
In addition to our regular hours, The Artery will be open until 9 pm on Second Friday.
California Modernist Women: Groundbreaking Creativity
New exhibition at SFO’s Harvey Milk Terminal 1 features the work of outstanding female artists and designers from the midtwentieth century. Includes Edith Heath and Marguerite Wildenhain
Marvin Lipofsky: International Studio Glass
International Terminal Departures Level 3, Gallery 4A
Aug 10, 2021 – Sep 25, 2022
Marvin Lipofsky (1938–2016) was a founding member of the American studio glass movement. Throughout his career, Lipofsky explored the limits of form and color in glass and helped to elevate the medium to a fine art. Lipofsky’s most prolific period featured glass sculpture that was initiated in a collaborative setting, such as a factory or workshop, and then finished in his home studio in Berkeley, California.