21st Century American Clay Artists
July 7 - July 29, 2017
Ben Bates | Chicago, Illinois
Susan Budge | Houston, Texas
James Ibur | St. Louis, Missouri
Jeff Whyman | Delray Beach, Florida
Allan Winkler | Kansas City, Missouri
C & M Present is a collaboration between Chris Higham and Michel Muylle, two avid art collectors in Houston. The last show they will produced is Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen, featuring substantial works by Joe Aker, Diel Anguilu, Cecilia Beaven, Susan Budge, Michael Collins, Sandra de la Rosa...
ON VIEW MARCH 31, 2017 — MAY 20, 2017
IN THE ARTIST HALL
Friday, March 31, 5:30 – 7:00 PM
The evening will also feature open studios by HCCC’s current resident artists.
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC) is delighted to present the ninth edition of In Residence, an annual exhibition celebrating HCCC’s Artist Residency Program, which has supported makers in the field of craft for over 15 years. This exhibition features work by 11 artists working in ceramic, fiber, metal, wood, and mixed media: Susan Budge, Jonathan Clark, Madison Creech, Terry Fromm, Julia Gabriel, Rene Lee Henry, Younha Jung, Wen-Dan Lin, Sarah S. Mallory, Gary Schott, and Carolyn Watkins.
Susan Budge is pleased to announce participation in Sculpture Month Houston with ceramic works in Above and Below, a group exhibition on view at Decorative Center Houston, October 15 – November 19, 2016.
Featured artists include: Susan Budge, Larry Graeber, Michael Kirby, Alex Larsen, Steve Murphy, Ketria Scott, Lorraine Tady and Ben Woitena.
Above and Below
Curated by Sculpture Month Houston
Thursday, October 27, 2016.
12:00 - 3:00 PM
Decorative Center Houston
5120 Woodway Dr. #3002
Houston, TX 77056
ABOUT SCULPTURE MONTH HOUSTON
Sculpture Month Houston is a citywide event that celebrates sculpture throughout Houston. It will showcase sculptural work, creative energies and diverse expressions of local sculptors. It will join a succession of existing art celebrations such as FotoFest, PrintMatters Houston and Houston Art Fair, adding to Houston’s reputation as an art friendly city. We invite you to come and celebrate the diverse exploration of sculpture rarely seen at this capacity.
Lawndale is readying itself–as it has for decades!–for The Big Show. This ambitious exhibition of new works by artists practicing within a 100-mile radius of Lawndale is appropriately and affectionately named; every year hundreds of artists submit their work for the consideration of a juror.
Please join Capsule Gallery the evening of Friday, July 8, for the opening reception of THIRST, an exhibition that celebrates the vessels and accessories that facilitate our enjoyment of summertime drinks through the display of both functional and decorative works.
The exhibition showcases local, national and international artists working in a number of materials–including Susan Budge's Angel Cups, David Clarke’s intimate Ever So Slightly Sloshed 2 pewter cup, Cheyenne Mallo’s tufted ceramic mugs, and Sandie Zilker’s 3d printed Dot Shot.
THIRST is on view at Capsule Gallery, July 8 - September 10, 2016.
Gallery Hours: Thursday - Saturday, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM.
THIRST celebrates the vessels and accessories that facilitate our enjoyment of summertime drinks through the display of both functional and decorative works. THIRST showcases local, national and international artists working in a number of materials–including Susan Budge's Angel Cups, David Clarke’s intimate Ever So Slightly Sloshed 2 pewter cup, Cheyenne Mallo’s tufted ceramic mugs, and Sandie Zilker’s 3d printed Dot Shot.