All posts by ELIZABETH ESSNER
Untangling Sheila Pepe
Sheila Pepe is best known for her sweeping, ephemeral crocheted installations made stitch-by-stitch for others, lovingly, repeatedly. They...
The Imaginative World of Betty Woodman
Though the vase is the primary form for the celebrated ceramist, her work has grown to incorporate canvas...
The World in a Jar: King Houndekpinkou at Vallois America
For ceramist King Houndekpinkou, the link between earth, clay, and creation is hard to escape.
Shedding Light on Paul Rudolph’s Umbrella House
THE FIRST THING YOU NOTICE WHEN YOU see the Umbrella House are the shadows...
Clay is Just Thick Paint
PETER VOULKOS AT THE MUSEUM OF ARTS AND DESIGN