|LAURYN AXELROD 1258 BETTS BRIDGE ROAD, WEST PAWLET, VT 05775|
|Phone 802-779-7761 •
|SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS|
|30 years professional and community arts and education experience in private and public primary and secondary schools, community centers, and other institutions. Ceramic artist with active online sales, exhibitions, and wholesale. Focus on woodfired ceramics.|
|Bennington College Bennington, VT BA 1986
Goddard College Plainfield, VT MFA, 2003
Studied at Peter’s Valley, Mendocino Art Center, Sugar Maples Center for the Arts, and with Jack Troy, John Dix, Nick Schwartz, Susan Beecher, Shiro Otani, Jeff Shapiro, Bruce Dennert, David Zdrazil, Mitch Iburg, Kevin Crowe, John Jessiman. Focus on woodfired ceramics.
|SELECTED CERAMICS EXHIBITIONS AND PUBLICATIONS|
Lillstreet Art Center Gallery – Chicago, IL
2016-17 Juried Shows
Workhouse Clay International – 2016, Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton, VA – Juried by Jack Troy
Serve It Up -2016, Clay Arts Vegas, Las Vegas, NV – Juried by Leilani Trinka
Bowls –Guilford Art Center, Guilford, CT -Juried by Julia Galloway
“Working Pots” –James May Gallery, Algoma, Wisconsin – Juried by Simon Levin
KC Teabowl National 2016- Juried by Jack Troy, Winner Purchase Award
Cup: The Intimate Object XII – Charlie Cummings Gallery
Strictly Functional 2016 – Juried by Simon Leach
Clay Cup: Vessel, Image, Icon – University of Missouri
Nature: Surface, Form, Content – Clay Studio of Missoula
Out of the Ashes – Morean Arts Center
WABI-SABI: Tea Ceremony Ceramics -Fire Arts Center Gallery, Arcata, CA January 2015
Studio Potter Magazine – Guest Editor Women’s Issue “Woodfire Women” Winter– Spring 2017.
“Perfectly Imperfect,” The Northcoast Journal, January 8, 2015
Lauryn Axelrod from Three Trees Pottery
September 21, 2015 – Peace Pole Installed at Arcata City Hall
Shibumi – David Schlosser’s Modern Kaiseki restaurant in downtown Los Angeles. Custom tea and tableware in contemporary Japanese-inspired style.
Shuko – Nick Kim’s Omakase and Kaiseki Sushi restaurant in New York City.