Category: Ceramics

Body language

Across mediums and decades, Candace Garlock holds a mirror up to the symbolism of the human body—her own and others

/ May 11, 2024

Discomfiting desert forms 

Elaine Parks on the Tuscaroran landscape, uncanny sculpture, and her new solo exhibition Fossils and Bones

/ November 22, 2023

Picasso in clay

Selected works and selected history at the Nevada Museum of Art

/ August 2, 2022

Podcast: Elaine Parks

From Elko County's Tuscarora, population 10, her adopted hometown, there's a front-row view of nature—including climate change. You can see it in her sculptures.

/ May 10, 2022

Podcast: Richard Jackson on the new show that highlights generations of Nevada artists

The Reno ceramicist has been into flying eyeballs, flames, and skulls since 3rd grade

/ November 3, 2021

From passion to profession

Shiho Winter never expected her hobby would become a career

/ April 28, 2021

Dennis Parks, 1936-2021

Remembering the ceramicist, teacher, and pottery school founder who put Tuscarora on the national art map

/ April 21, 2021

Remembering Mimi Patrick

The Gold Hill ceramicist was beloved for her generosity, playful nature, and quick wit

/ May 4, 2020

You can (sort of) go home again

 Shawnie Personius makes objects and spaces that represent domestic trauma—and a path forward

/ October 2, 2019

Goodbye, civilization!

Meiasha Gray responds to unchecked power with temporal expression—and it lands just right

/ December 12, 2018