Greenheck Ceramics will be hosting our sixth annual Invitational Holiday Pottery Sale. Work from selected artists including Mark Shapiro, Will Swanson, Janel Jacobson, Bernadette Curran, Hiroe Hanazono and Ryan J. Greenheck will be shown and available for purchase. This event is the capstone of the year at the Greenheck Ceramics Studio and Showroom! Come enjoy lite fare and friends at this holiday celebration & sale.
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Visit the homes and studios of five Highland Park potters and the Union Project Ceramics Co-op. Meet the artists, enjoy refreshments, and buy local artwork for the holidays!
The Highland Park Pottery Tour is an intimate experience that welcomes guests right into artist homes. Art lovers and artists mingle in studios and living rooms, discuss ceramics techniques together, and share snacks at kitchen counters. You’ll experience Highland Park in a whole new way, as you walk from cozy stop to cozy stop.
This premier show and sale of contemporary craft and design includes 195 of the finest and most dynamic craft artists in the United States, selected from more than 875 applicants. All work is for sale. The Guest Artist Program will feature 26 artists from Germany.
The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen showcases American-made Fine Craft in the heart of Philadelphia’s historic Rittenhouse Square. It is a thriving, walkable area of the city, alive with restaurants, offices, high-income residents, businesses, museums, and universities. This highly attended show draws customers from Philadelphia, its surrounding suburbs, as well as New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. Show attendance also benefits from being in a high tourist attended area of the city.
Master Artisans of the PGC are eligible for consideration by the Floor Jury for monetary Benchmark Awards
The PGC’s Rittenhouse Fine Craft Fairs(s) are established among artists and buyers as premier events in Philadelphia. The show is open to artists from across the country who are members of the PGC.
This annual event showcases beautiful American Craft made by 150+ exhibiting artists from across the country. Come & discover the pleasure of living with handmade objects and the beauty they bring to your life. Browse five buildings of amazing artwork, meet the makers, watch an array of artist demonstrations and find the perfect gift for yourself or someone special. This a juried show of exhibitors, who are each selected for excellence and originality in twelve different media. There are always ongoing artist demonstrations, live music, great food and kid's art activities.
This dynamic workshop will explore the making, altering, and ideas behind lidded wares. An emphasis will be placed upon the relationships between vessels and their accompanying lids and other appendages. Open to anyone who wants to make pots that are more complex within their function, this weekend workshop will provide an opportunity for participants to learn varying techniques of making and forming while being guided through an understanding of how to analyze and act upon their own practice. There will be demonstrations, one-on-one instruction, group discussion, and presentations. Intermediate to Advanced
The Brooklyn Pottery Invitational will be back for its second year of sales, demos and events this September 7th through the 9th! Ryan will be co-coordinating year two with Brooklyn based artist Lois Aronow. In collaboration with The Brooklyn Clay Tour. Stay tuned to see artists and events announced!
his Labor Day weekend (August 31, September 1 & 2, 2018), over 11,000 art lovers will make their way to beautiful Long’s Park to shop for fine art and high-quality crafts. Set in an historic tree-lined park where booths follow walkways surrounding a tranquil freshwater lake, this top-rated show draws sophisticated, high-income buyers from Philadelphia, Baltimore, Central Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, DC, New York, and beyond thanks to the quality of its exhibitors and extensive marketing throughout the region. The Long’s Park Art Festival treats its guests to an outdoor gallery of the best work being created, and its exhibitors to unequaled hospitality.
Take your pottery forms to the next level and explore strategies for incorporating surface decoration. Work with slip, slip trailing, sprigging, and trimming. Glaze strategies, glaze trailing, and waxing techniques will be presented as well. This workshop will arm you with a new cache of bisqueware and a variety of skills to use on your vessels in the future. Intermediate level throwing required.
Have you ever felt any of the following? That any handle you would make for a piece would ruin it. You only know of one way to approach making a handle. Your handles are the weakest part of your pieces. Or asked these questions. Where should I place the handle? What type of handle does this piece need? Is there a better way to make this handle? Then this is the workshop for you.
This workshop focuses on wheel thrown forms that incorporate a handle. An emphasis is placed on the mug form, while lidded jars, pitchers, and teapots are also. Every aspect of the handled vessel will be meticulously investigated, in this informative workshop.
Join Me at Art for the Cash Poor: June 16, 2018
Art for the Cash Poor is a fabulous annual block party-style event that allows you the chance to show and sell your work directly to the public in a lively social atmosphere.
The 19th installment of InLiquid’s Signature Summer Event Art for the Cash Poor will be making a special move (this year only) to the Spring Arts District of Callowhill in partnership with Arts + Crafts Holdings for a one-day art festival outside-just behind Union Transfer. This year’s event will be a festive transformation to this evolving neighborhood.
This outside block-party style art sale, that directly benefits visual artists and craftspeople, will feature multiple spaces along 10th Street from Buttonwood to Hamilton, activated by artists and local organizations.
Art for the Cash Poor features artists, designers, and crafters who make and produce their own work. All work is to be sold for $199 and below.
I'll be teaching a workshop at The Art School at Old Church (#TASOC) in Demarest, NJ: "Decorate & Adorn: Bowls, Cups, & Mugs"! In this two-session workshop, we will explore ways you can enhance your bowls, cups, and mugs with decoration as well as learn and hone techniques for making and glazing these items. Bowls, cups, and mugs just happen to be my specialty! This workshop meets Thursday and Friday, June 14 and 15, 10:00 am –4:00 pm. Call 201-767-7160 to reserve your spot today! @theartschoolnj #theartschoolnj
The 26th Annual St. Croix Valley Pottery Tour features fifty four guest potters from sixteen different states, making it one of the most diverse craft events in the US. Ryan will be hosted at Will Swanson and Janel Jacobson's studio for all three days of the sale, and their are six other locations to visit as well.
Greenheck Ceramics will be hosting our sixth annual Invitational Holiday Pottery Sale. Work from selected artists including Matthew Metz, Doug Peltzman, Will Swanson, Bernadette Curran, Hiroe Hanazono and Ryan J. Greenheck will be shown and available for purchase. This event is the capstone of the year at the Greenheck Ceramics Studio and Showroom! Come enjoy lite fare and friends at this holiday celebration & sale.
Ryan J. Greenheck is proud to be a featured artist at Pottery On The Hill 2017
ABOUT POTTERY ON THE HILL 2017:
Pottery on the Hill is a weekend celebrating functional pottery (that which can be regularly used, such as dinnerware, drinkware, vases, platters, and more) featuring seventeen of the top ceramic artists from across the country.
"The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen brings American-made fine craft to the autumn environs of Rittenhouse Square next month. During the 3-day event, patrons can peruse and buy original, hand-crafted works of contemporary furniture, functional and decorative pottery, designer clothing, fine jewelry, blown glass, and more."
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"This annual event showcases beautiful American Craft made by 150+ exhibiting artists from across the country. Come & discover the pleasure of living with handmade objects and the beauty they bring to your life. Browse five buildings of amazing artwork, meet the makers, watch an array of artist demonstrations and find the perfect gift for yourself or someone special. This a juried show of exhibitors, who are each selected for excellence and originality in twelve different media."
Brooklyn Pottery Invitational is a collection of ten artists - five Brooklyn based and five invited - coming together to host and manage their own event. The weekend will consist of sales, demos and lectures + an opening reception on Friday night featuring Roberto Lugo. BPI is taking place in the historic Old American Can Factory in Gowanus, NY.
"This tour is a sampling of the work of the Hilltown 6, a group of nationally recognized potters based in the Hilltowns of Western Massachusetts. Each summer on the last weekend of July, we open our studios for a coordinated tour, inviting neighbors, friends, collectors, and the curious to see our workshops, kilns, showrooms, and new work. The tour allows our guests to see the variety of functional ceramics being made right here in this community, in the fascinating settings where the potters work." - Hilltown 6 Potters
Ryan will be hosted by Mark Shapiro between July 29th and 30th at the 11th Annual Pottery Tour & Sale. For further information please contact:
Mark Shapiro MS
guest Ryan Greenheck & Eli Liebman
food Amuse-gueule by Pengyew Catering
42 Conwell Road, Worthington
off Ireland Street, near intersection with Rt. 112
Ryan J. Greenheck will be hosted at Alfred University from July 1st through July 26th for a summer session visiting artist. During his stay at Alfred he will be focusing on salt, soda and wood firing, and producing a body of work unique to many of his past series.
A sale will also be taking place at Alfred University that Ryan will be a part of - dates are to be announced in the near future.