The Potter’s Tale at Mount Holyoke College

The Potter’s Tale: Contextualizing 6,000 Years of Ceramics
at Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

Kurt Weiser, "Pair of Cubist Vases (2)" 2013, porcelain, cobalt pigment, glaze, 23.5 x 12 x 10".

Steven Young Lee, "Vase with Peonies" 2014, porcelain, cobalt inlay, 26 x 11 x 10".

Paul Scott, "Cumbrian Blue(s) - A Willow for Ai Weiwei, Wen Tao, Liu Zhenggang, Zhang Jinsong, Hu Mingfen" 2012, in-glaze decals on partially erased Willow Pattern platter (c.1840), 13.75 x 17".

Sin-ying Ho, "In the Dream of Hope No. 1" 2010, porcelain, cobalt, decals, 69 x 18.5".


August 26–May 31, 2015  |  South Hadley, MA

Through innovation and exchange, clay vessels have contributed to the lives of people across the economic spectrum, through time, and around the world. This exhibition highlights the ceramic collection of the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, spanning five continents and six thousand years.

Exhibit includes work by Ferrin Contemporary artists Kurt Weiser, Steven Young Lee, Paul Scott, and Sin-ying Ho.

“A Potter’s Tale: Ceramicist Mark Hewitt in Conversation
with Critic Christopher Benfey”

Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 5:30 pm
Gamble Auditorium, Mount Holyoke College
Reception to follow

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