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She is a former staff writer for New York Magazine, where she covered the New York art world in features, exhibition reviews and interviews with artists.Her articles on the arts and travel have also been published in ARTnews, the Washington Post, Travel & Leisure and Condé-Nast Traveler.A group of hand-built, archaic-looking standing female figures from 2016 is a surprise in this show, not least for Polseno’s use of unglazed Georgia brick clay in tandem with decorative glazed areas.You can see that Polseno, who has spent her summers in Italy since 2007, has a familiarity with Etruscan ceramics.Blue Mountain Pottery is most commonly identified by the stylized or cursive "BMP" mark with the word "Canada" underneath.Other marks include a design with three coniferous trees on it with the word "Canada" underneath.
The company was based in Collingwood, Ontario from 1947 to 2004.Beckley became one of the group of “narrative” artists (a term he coined), who mixed photographs with text. Bed, a space in the same building that Oliver runs with horticultural designer Bryan Hoffman, are offering an encyclopedic group show of works on paper called “International Variety.” Some standouts include works by Ava Blitz, Collin Paul Burns, Nick Cassway, Victor Grasso, George W. An exhibit at the University of the Arts’ Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery offers a look back at Beckley’s color photographs, which derived their style from advertising and included mysterious, sometimes erotic written narratives that would never have passed muster at Doyle, Dane, Bernbach. Information: 215-717-6480 or uarts.edu/about/rosenwald-wolf-gallery. After visiting them in Virginia last fall, Packard selected some ceramics, wrote the catalog essay, and installed a show that looks remarkably like a conversation between two longtime friends.Shankin’s stoneware pieces, begun on a potter’s wheel, could have stepped out of a Morandi painting.