I'm featured in Redfin's article "22 Unique Ways to Bring Texture into Your Apartment"
In this article they have a compiled a list of ideas of how to "bring texture" and in many cases artwork into your apartment. Under idea number 17 "Curate a collection of pottery pieces" they feature my interview idea of “My favorite kitchen trend is open shelving for displaying your functional pottery collection rather than their being hidden behind kitchen cupboards. I also like to incorporate storage containers such as a garlic jar, a bowl filled with your favorite fruits, and a vase filled with fresh flowers. The kitchen is the heart of the home and where so many meaningful conversations revolve around the act of eating and drinking.”
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The feature is called "NOW: Buy mom a gift & support Wisconsin artists all at the same time."
To watch the entire interview on CBS 58 News Click Here!
News Caster Michael Schlesinger interviews me (Lisa York), a potter, in my Milwaukee, home studio about our collaborative, Wisconsin Design Crafts Counsil's Mother's Day Sale. The WDCC created this online boutique to feature 25 Wisconsin Artist's artwork ranging from Ceramics, Jewelry, Fiber Art and More.
Thank you for celebrating these 2 minutes of fame with me, and continue to support local artists as their business's are highly impacted by COVID-19 pandemic.
Red Lodge Clay Center's Artist-in-Residence the Month of April
I'm super excited to announce my month long art residency at Red Lodge Clay Center the month of April. I'm finally starting to sit down with my sketch book to being drawings some ideas for future ceramic + wood combo pieces.
My two favorite things about participating in art residencies are: getting to work along side other artists (especially now that I have a solo pottery practice) and setting intentions for new work. Those parameters for new work could look like new clay materials, making processes, or goals for a specific body of work. As of right now I have the intentions of exploring more sculptural ideas for ceramic and wood combo ideas.
Stay tuned for behind the scenes look at my art residency in April. Hopefully I will have some new Mug Adventures to share as well as I will be in the beautiful countryside of Montana!
Want to support me in my creative endeavors with this Red lodge Art Residency?
I made it in Ceramics Monthly!
Originally published in January 2020 issue of Ceramics Monthly, pages 12. http://www.ceramicsmonthly.org . Copyright, The American Ceramic Society. Reprinted with permission.
Art Exhibition: 2020 Cup Invitational
This cup along with the images of the 3 other cups below will be a part of the art exhibition: 2020 Cup Invitational at the Good Earth Pottery Gallery, in Bellingham, WA in January.
Want to buy a cup? Check out my online shop that has cups available to purchase right now!
"Looking Into The Woodfire Community | Denise Joyal, Chris Landers, Lisa York, Tim Sherman | Episode 413"
We were interviewed by Paul Blais at NCECA Pittsburgh, back in 2018, after having our first Room Show. The Room Show was a pottery sale that Denise and I organized with invited artists Chris Landers, Tim Sherman, and Troy Bungart.
To quote Paul "So [the room show] was going to be the point of the conversation. As we got into this we ended up spending a significant amount of time talking about what it is like being a part of the woodfire pottery community."
Enjoy tuning into this episode and the other 500 plus pottery interview episodes on The Potter's Cast.
Ceramics Monthly, Nov 2018
Attached below is Ceramics Monthly's "Exposure" section from there November 2018 magazine.
My yellow pitcher as featured for my exhibition "Eccentricity" at the James May Gallery. The exhibit will be up November through December.
Originally published in November 2018 issue of Ceramics Monthly, pages 14. http://www.ceramicsmonthly.org . Copyright, The American Ceramic Society. Reprinted with permission.
Here are additional ceramics that will be included in the exhibit, and by no means all of the pieces.
So excited to have my first article published!
The editors at Ceramics Monthly were terrific to work with and I am also grateful for the high quality photos Adam Levition was able to take. If you have not had a chance to see my article in Ceramics Monthly's December 2015 issue it is attached below.
"Originally published in December 2015 issue of Ceramics Monthly, pages (insert page #s). http://www.ceramicsmonthly.org . Copyright, The American Ceramic Society. Reprinted with permission."
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