|Peter Voulkos at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art
April 28 through June 10, 2000
Untitled Plate, 1995
CR1145-W. This plate is made from a kenosei clay body and was fired in the Shigaraki anagama in Japan by Peter Callas.
|Peter Voulkos exhibited forty works including ceramics, prints and bronzes at the Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri. Recently relocated to a new gallery space, Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art is Peter Voulkos' sole gallery affiliation in the Kansas City area.
CR1400-W. Voulkos ceramic stack,
Wedge, is superimposed over the South West Gallery. This stack was made in Omaha, Nebraska and fired by John Balistreri on his Ohio anagama.
CR1399-W. Voulkos ceramic stack, Alegria, is superimposed over the North East Gallery. This stack was also made in Omaha, Nebraska and fired by John Balistreri on his Ohio anagama
Untitled Print, 1999
CR317.5-Pr. This is one of many prints Voulkos has made at Anderson Ranch, Colorado with printmaker Robert Brinker of MA Nose Studios.
Untitled Tea Bowl, 2000
CR1403-pit. Pitfired by Dick Buckheim in Florida, this process involves firing with sawdust and seaweed for approximately 12 hours.
The South East Gallery at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art.
|Pictures of some of Voulkos other works in this exhibit are reproduced in the Portfolio section of this website. They are listed by name or by number so if you are interested, grab a pencil, write down the following names or numbers and click on the Portfolio link below to view them:
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