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Two Awards this Past Spring

  • Posted on: 30 July 2017
  • By: admin

It's always exciting to have work juried into a national show, but to receive an award for that work is even more deeply affirming!

When I arrived for the opening for the juried show
White/Black/Monochrome at the Bancroft Gallery in Cohasset on April 21, I was surprised and delighted to see an "Award of Merit" sign attached to the pedestal for my sculpture "Diatoms II." Shortly, I learned that this was a Fourth Place Award at the show, and I had a nice chat with the juror Beth Urdang who explained that she had a really challenging time deciding which prize should be given to which work among her top choices.

Later this Spring, I received even more exciting news: my sculpture "Two" had garnered "First Prize" in the 3D/Sculpture category at the the South Shore Art Center's 62nd Arts Festival.

 

Artist talk tonight 4/20 at the Wellesley Hills Library

  • Posted on: 20 April 2017
  • By: admin

A couple of fun ceramic things on the docket for me this week! First on Thursday evening, I have been invited to give a talk about my work at the Wellesley Hills Public Library. Will be bringing a slide presentation as well as some work samples. Stop by if you're in the area! (Their write-up is below.)
Then on Friday 4/22, two of my sculptures are included in a national show that opens on the South Shore. (Details to come...)
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Wellesley Free Library
Hills Hearthside Series: Artists' Perspectives
Thursday April 20, 2017
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Hills Branch
A series of hearth-side talks by local artists and artisans. Tonight, meet ceramic artist Suzanne Stumpf. Stumpf has received national recognition for both her sculptural and functional ceramic creations, including being named a 2013 Niche Award Finalist. Much of her work is multi-component, interactive sculpture. Her work has been included in numerous national and international juried art and ceramics shows from across the US to Bucharest, Hungary, including five times at the National Prize Art Show in Cambridge, MA, three times at the Potters Council International Show (at NCECA), and at an invitational exhibition at the Fuller Craft Museum (2015). Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Friends of the Wellesley Free Libraries.

Great Open Studio Weekend 2016

  • Posted on: 17 October 2016
  • By: admin

Thanks to all who visited for 2016 Fall Open Studio. Had a wonderful time seeing old friends and clients and meeting new visitors - fun to chat with you and have you comment, touch, play, inquire, and purchase my work!

Here are some fun photos of arrangements that were made with some of my interactive sculpture!