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  • Erin Shayler, Critter Cups, cone 7 electric stoneware
  • Alberto Veronica, Daylight Cup, 6 layers of 6 colored porcelains, Inspired by Attar’s story of the conference of the birds.
  • Kaity Gmitter, Card Cups, porcelain, thrown and altered shot glasses, slip inlay.
  • Andrew Koester, Sipper Cup, earthenware, electric fired, cone 2, terracotta
  • Jessikah Ann, Small Bird Lemonade Cup, porcelain, soda fired to cone 10. thrown, altered, sgraffito and slip-trailed
  • Bo Bedilion, cone 10 reduction fired stoneware
  • Brian Sarama, Red Yunomi with Hearts, earthenware, vitreous slip, strain, underglaze
  • Bryan Wilkerson, Rampage, stoneware cup with wood and paper base
  • David McBeth, porcelain
  • David Stevens, The Great Loves, stoneware
  • Jean Nunez Donegan,Onion and Tomato Goblet, earthenware, handbuilt, low-fire underglazes and washes
  • JoAnn Axford, Hops Beer Weizen, limited edition slip cast porcelain, mold made from original wheel thrown, hand carved model, interior glazed, exterior is unglazed and hand polished
  • Joshua Scott, Celedon Cup, stoneware, wood/soda fired
  • Justin Donofrio, colored porcelain, hand-built with hump molds and banding wheels, glazed cone 8 oxidation
  • Michael Ashley, Wine Cup, earthenware
  • Ray Morales, Yunomi, Wheel thrown with mossy green and white glazes. Fired in reduction to cone 10.
  • Stephen Mullins, Americana Series #1 Mug, stoneware, cone 6 oxidation, slip, underglaze
  • Tamera Josephson, Peach Polka Dot Unomi, wheel thrown porcelain, using mishima technique and underglaze as surface decoration, fired at cone 6 with satin clear and charcoal glaze
  • Jean Nunez Donegan, Cucumber, Okra and Tomato Goblet, earthenware, handbuilt, low-fire underglazes and washes

Tenth Annual Cup Show: Form and Function

November 17 - December 8

An annual survey of the wide variety of approaches to contemporary ceramics through the lens of the most intimate and accessible vessel, the cup. The focus of the exhibition is the function and concept of the drinking vessel, including its relation to history, politics, craft, technology, utility, and narrative. Juried by Jeremy Randall

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