Ceramic Art with an Organic Touch

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OF THE EARTH

 


https://www.art-fluent.com/of-the-earth

This online exhibit is a beautiful expression of the majesty, mystery, and power that our planet holds. 
A big thank you again to ALL who entered and congratulations to our featured artists:

Soulaf Abas, Sean Free Alcala, Kayla Andrus, Debra Archibald, Catherine Armistead, Willow Banks, Steven Barger, T Barny, Julienne Beblo, Timothy Bergeron, Ricardo Beron, Saba Besier, Melanie Bisbach, Lee-Margaret Borland, Linda Celestian, Rosie Connelly, Thomas Crawford, Donna Dangott, Sofia del Pedregal, Mark Dierker, Rosalyn Driscoll, Samantha Dziubek, Orna Feldman, Chloe Finley, Daniel Franc, Susan Gaylord, Marita Gootee, Melodie Grubbs, Lizz Hamilton, Susanna Harris, Allison Heddon, Lee Heintze, Diane Hemingway, Tom Hessel, Sandra Hildreth, Kenzie Holzinger, Rick Hurst, Jeremy Janus, Jacob Jimerson, Lynne Miller Jones, Michael Jorgensen, Jouni Kaipia, Marian Keeler, Dawnice Kerchaert, Karey Kessler, Cindy Konits, Marie Krajan, Renate Kuprian, Jill Law, Ulrika Leander, Patricia Leeds, Claire Lima, Terry Longtin, Flavia Lovatelli, Connie Lowell, Judith Lungen, Soni Martin, Sophia Moreau, Fiona Morehouse, Marjorie Moskowitz, Barbara Murak, Chloe Niclas, Christine O'Dell-Ferguson, Valerie Ordas, Sara Pajunen, Lisa Palladino, Nancy Perry, Michael Potts, Trish Poupard, Alan Paine Radebaugh, David Robinson, Liz Ruest, Tobin Schmuck, Petra Schott, Trevor Shea, Alma Shoaf, Elizabeth Shriver, Steve Sorensen, Tatiana Soteropoulos, Andra Stanton, Erin Starr, Peter Szarmach, Barbara Tabachnick, Shiho Takahashi, Anne Thiam, Ann Turley, Roman Tybinko, Amy Usdin, Betty Vera, Travis Vermilye, Scott Ward, Amy Williams, Arlene Wohl, Irene Yesley, and Anne Yoncha.

Coming in 2022:

Hard and Soft: Contrasts in Nature

This exhibition is coming to the Quad City Arts' Rock Island Gallery in 2022!

https://www.quadcityarts.com/rock-island-gallery.html

Reception: May 6, 2022
Dates of the Exhibition: 5/6/22-6/24/22

REVIEWS:

 

“Elizabeth Shriver’s ceramic sculptures resemble natural entities, such as coral or seeds, blown up in scale. Re-imagining tiny forms as three-foot-tall sculptures encourages us to get lost in the detail, texture, and subtle symmetry of the organic.”

 

BY MICHELLE GARRISON   

APRIL 05, 2012

 The River Cities Reader

 

“Shriver has recreated a coral reef within the gallery space with her ceramic creations inspired by undersea life. They have muted colors but the shapes are remarkably realistic.”

 

BY MICHAEL LOGUIDICE

NOVEMBER 23, 2004

The River Cities Reader


“Her works transcend the ceramic media. The first thing you notice is the shape and form of her ceramic sculpture, not what the object is made of. Her works are very pleasing to view.”

 

“I recommend that anyone working in ceramics view her work just to get some ideas and compositional techniques. The rest of us can benefit from the beauty that each work creates.”

 

BY MICHAEL LOGUIDICE

DECEMBER 23, 2002

The River Cities Reader

 

 


Spherical Swirl Lantern
Spherical Swirl Lantern
Interwoven Vessel, detail
Interwoven Vessel, detail

Large Floral Pod, 16" x 16" x 16"
Large Floral Pod, 16" x 16" x 16"
Small Seed Pod
Small Seed Pod