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Pottery Lovers

, , | 7/11/17 to 7/15/17

Holiday Inn Express
Zanesville, OH

Please join people from across the nation as they travel to Zanesville, Ohio, USA for the largest and oldest gathering of pottery collectors, dealers & enthusiasts! – potterylovers.org

Humler Nolan Holiday Sale 2016

John Toomey Gallery 20th Century Art & Design

| 9/10/16 to 9/10/16

John Toomey Gallery
Oak Park, IL – treadwaygallery.com/Treadway_Gallery/September2016salepage.html

Rago 20th C. Decorative Arts; Mid-Mod; Modern Design; and Modern Ceramics and Glass Auctions

, | 10/15/16 to 10/16/16

Rago Arts
Lambertville, NJ – ragoarts.com/auctions/2016/10/15/early-20th-c-decorative-arts/info

American Art Pottery Association conference, Show & Sale

, | 4/26/17 to 4/29/17

Cleveland, OH – aapa.info/convention

“Of Cottages and Castles: The Art of California Faience”

| 11/15/15 to 4/3/16

One of the longest enduring art potteries in California, the distinctive works of California Faience, established in Berkeley in 1913 (briefly called The Tile Shop), were born out of a partnership between two former college classmates, William Bragdon and Chauncey Thomas. Firmly grounded in the ideals of the Arts and Crafts movement, all works were done by hand; the only concession to industrial process was the use of slip casting for their wide array of forms, which still required significant handwork. And the two men personally carried out all aspects of design and manufacture themselves. Also producing pottery in the Art Deco and Moderne styles, their operation was always small with a handful of additional artists creating wares throughout the years, including Beniamino Bufano and many women artists, such as Margaret Clayes, Julia Morgan, and Alice Coffee. The first exhibition dedicated to the legacy of this remarkable pottery, Of Cottages and Castles: The Art of California Faience presents the full range of the company’s decorative tiles, vessels, and sculptures, with the noteworthy inclusion of tiles from the company’s most prestigious project, the commission by architect Julia Morgan for a complete environment of tiles for William Randolph Hearst’s palatial home and grounds in San Simeon. – pmcaonline.org/exhibitions/california-faience/