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2000   1999   1998

Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art.
Anderson Ranch Arts Center.
Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art.

SOFA in Chicago.
Binns Medal Winners.
Review & Preview.
Contemporary Ceramics: Nine Artists.
Of & About Clay IV.
Regis Masters Exhibition.
Woodfired Ceramics.

Voulkos’ Remington II




Solo Show at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art

The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan, Utah mounted an exhibit of Voulkos’ works in bronze in the fall. Among them was one of his first bronze sculptures made circa 1961-62, Remington II, which is pictured on the left. The show included many of his recent stacks, plates and ice buckets some of which are featured in the Portfolio bronzes section of this website.

Opening August 28, 2000, this exhibition was on view through October 22nd. Please email Suzanne Lambert at the museum for more information.

1999 Voulkos print
Photo: Sam Jornlin


Anderson Ranch Arts Center

In conjunction with its Annual Benefit and Recognition Dinner, the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, Colorado mounted an exhibit of prints and monotypes produced by Voulkos at the Ranch in past years with printmaker Robert Brinker of MA Nose Studios including prints such as the one pictured at left printed in 1999. The show was up from June 5 to July 1, 2000.

At the dinner, the Ranch honored Voulkos with its National Artist Award, social activist William E. Strickland with its National Service Award and Betsy and Jim Chaffin and Diane and Jim Light with its Community Service Award. In addition, Voulkos gave a slide lecture on June 29th in the newly built Schermer Meeting Hall.

Please email, call the Ranch at (970) 923-3181 or visit the Anderson Ranch Arts Center website for more information.



Solo Show at Sherry Leedy
Contemporary Art

The Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art gallery in Kansas City, Missouri recently showed forty works by Voulkos including four ceramic stacks, two ice buckets, ten plates and nine tea bowls ranging from woodfired to sodafired to pitfired techniques along with a dozen prints and three bronzes including Sevillanas which is reproduced on the announcement pictured at left.

Having recently relocated to a new space at 2004 Baltimore, Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art is Voulkos' sole gallery affiliation in the Kansas City area. Take an online tour of the gallery in its new space along with pictures of some of Voulkos’ works in the show. Also, in the Portfolio section of this website are “slide shows” of two of Voulkos’s 1999 stacks, Bowling Green and Siguirilla, both of which were at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art along with the stacks Alegria and Wedge that Voulkos made in 2000.

The exhibition which opened April 28, 2000 was up through July. Please email the gallery for more information. Telephone 816-221-2626 or Fax 816-221-8689.


Voulkos bronze stack


Two-Person Show:
Peter Voulkos & Betty Woodman

The gallerymateria (formerly known as The Hand and the Spirit) featured works by ceramic artist Betty Woodman and Peter Voulkos. The gallery showed seven of Voulkos' recent bronzes and three of his small drypoint etchings. Located in Scottsdale, Arizona, this exhibit opened February 3, 2000 and was on view through March 1st. The gallery recently participated in SOFA New York held at the Seventh Regiment Armory building from May 31st through June 4th. Voulkos was represented with his bronze stack, S7.

Please contact the gallery by telephone: 480-949-1262 or by email for more information.

Pictured at right and below left are two of the bronzes at the gallerymateria, a stack, S7, taken from one of Voulkos' ceramic stacks made in 1969 and an ice bucket, IB4, from 1998. Pictured below on the right is one of Voulkos' drypoint etchings, CR312-Pr, in the exhibition.


SOFA in Chicago

Both Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, and Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri exhibited Voulkos works at SOFA. SOFA which stands for Sculpture, Objects and Functional Art was held at the Navy Pier in Chicago from November 3rd through the 5th.
The Binns Medal Winners

The Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art at Alfred University in New York presented an exhibition of the recipients of the Charles Fergus Binns Medal for Excellence in Ceramics. Voulkos, who received this award in 1998, was one of thirty-five ceramicists in this show which ran from April 8-October 19, 2000. An accompanying catalogue is available from the Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art

1997 Voulkos plate.



Review and Preview

Review and Preview, an exhibit of gallery artists at Braunstein/Quay Gallery, San Francisco, opened August 1, 2000 at their new location south of Market at 430 Clementina, between 5th and 6th Streets.

Work by artists who were to present solo shows at Braunstein/Quay in the fall were reviewed among them Beverly Rayner, Michael Stevens, Kimberly Austin and Ann Carter. The review featured other artists in their stable including Voulkos who has exhibited there since the sixties and Jeff Adams who has just recently joined the gallery. Voulkos’ plate pictured at left was in the show.

Please call the gallery at 415-278-9850 or email them for more information.

1999 Voulkos plate.


Contemporary Ceramics: Nine Artists

The Frank Lloyd Gallery in Santa Monica, California hosted a group exhibit of contemporary ceramics by nine artists including Ralph Bacerra, Roseline Delisle, John Mason, Harrison McIntosh, Gustavo Perez, Anna Silver, Paul Soldner, Peter Voulkos and Beatrice Wood. Running concurrently with the exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, this show opened June 3rd and was on view through July 1st. The Voulkos plate pictured at left is one of two that were in the show at the Frank Lloyd Gallery.

Please email or call the gallery at (310) 264-3866 for more information.

1999 Voulkos tea bowl.


Of and About Clay IV

The Galerie Hertz in Louisville, Kentucky hosted its fourth annual exhibit called Of and About Clay IV.The show opened January 19, 2000 and was on view through February 26th.

Four of Voulkos' tea bowls were included in this group show along with works by Peter Callas, Curtis Hoard, Kevin Hughes, Shayne Hull, Nita Kehoe, Linda Lemar, Judy Onofrio, Robert Pully, John Turula and Russ Voght.

Please call the gallery at 502-584-3547 or email them for more information.

1997 Voulkos plate.

1999-2000 Regis Masters Exhibition

The Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota recently showed works by the six artists who conducted lectures in the Regis Masters Series in 1999 and 2000 at the Northern Clay Center. Along with Voulkos, whose lecture was in 1999, works by fellow lecturers, Stephen De Staebler, Jack Earl, Robert Turner, Betty Woodman, and Eva Zeisel were featured. Voulkos' 1997 plate (CR1295-W) pictured at left was among the works on display.

Contact the Northern Clay Center for more information about the show which was up until April 15, 2000. Their telephone number is: 612-339-0592.

Voulkos tea bowl.

Woodfired Ceramics

Woodfired Ceramics, a group exhibition of functional clayworks, opened April 7, 2000 at The Signature Shop & Gallery in Atlanta. Guest curator and Georgian potter Ron Meyers selected works by two dozen artists employing woodfiring techniques for the show including the tea bowl by Peter Voulkos pictured at left.

Specializing in American crafts, the gallery can be reached by email or by telephone at 404-237-4426. The exhibit was up through April 29th. To learn more about the gallery and its history, visit their website.






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