Mark Goudy ceramics
   
September 10 - December 1, 2021:
   
         
   
   

 

 

   
   

Words Without Translation, a two-artist exhibition featuring works of photography by Davey Whitcraft and ceramic art by Mark Goudy.  

   
   

"Light, space, and form are central concerns for both artists, while both of their processes incorporate technological invention in creating a visual language of new representations and forms. These artists share a unified conceptual vision of the role of the mind in experiencing a work of art: what is translated in the mind through spatial memory and what cannot be translated in naming a complex idea and emotion."

   
         
         
   

Opening reception Friday, September 10, 5 - 6:30pm, (proof of vaccination and masks required...)

   
   

 

 

 

 

 
         
         
   
October 1 - November 28, 2021:

 

 

 

 

Counterpoint: unglazed porcelain & cobalt.

 
   

 
       
       
     
   

 
       
       
       
       
       
   
 
 
   

I'm totally honored to have my work "Counterpoint", from my pandemic project origami series, accepted into the Korea International Ceramic Biennale 2021!

 
   

I had hoped to be at the Museum for the opening in October, but alas the virus has other ideas...

 

 

   
March 7 - April 22, 2021:

 

Waveform series object: unglazed porcelain.

Origami series vessel: unglazed porcelain & cobalt.

 
   

Le Don du Fel

 
       
       
       
       
     
   

Liza and I are super excited to return to our favorite place: Galerie du Don, this time showing with some of our all-time heroes: Arnold Annen, Curtis Benzle , and Joan Serra!

 
   

This is my first showing of a whole new body of work from my pandemic project - the shell series, the waveform series and the origami series.

 
   

Although our exhibit has now closed, our work is still available for sale from the gallery...

 
   

 
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

 

   
August 5- October 2, 2022:

 

Four Cylinders: unglazed porcelain, soluble metals.

 
   

 
     
   

Liza and Mark's duo exhibition has been delayed until next year... Still really looking forward to this one! Hope to see you in Denver...

 
   

In the meantime, we each have some works available for sale at Plinth.

 

 

   
November 20, 2020 - May 9, 2021:

Although travel to Taiwan isn't possible (at least for us) this year, here is an excellent virtual visit to the exhibition.

 

Relational Vessels (#956, 872, 877): unglazed porcelain, soluble metals.

 
     
   

 
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
   

I'm honored (a 2nd time) to be selected as a finalist in the Taiwan Ceramics Biennale 2020 competition!

 
   

"The Biennale, as the bridge connecting Taiwan and the world, has three aims, including providing a platform for ceramic talents and lovers, collecting distinctive artworks with unique visions and ideas, and presenting the status quo of ceramic art development around the globe."

 
       
   

The Taiwan Biennale alternates between a ceramic artwork competition and a curated exhibition, and takes place every two years.

 
   

The 2020 jury: LEE Yulin (Director of Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan), Sandra Benadretti (Commissaire générale de la Biennale internationale de Céramique Contemporaine de Vallauris), LIAO, Hsin-Tian (General-Director of National Museum of History), CHANG, Ching-Yuan (Chair of the Graduate Institute of Apply Arts of the Tainan National University of the Arts), Toshio Matsui (Director of The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park.), and Arief Yudi (Founder and Director of Jatiwangi Art Factory.)

 
       
       
       
       
       
   
January 31 - September 20, 2020 (extended):

Click to see de kleine K #64 and the article (in Dutch) about the exhibition...

 
   

 
     
   

Liza and I were invited to show our work in the group exhibit Clay with a capital K at the Keramiekcentrum Tiendschuur Tegelen Ceramics Museum in the Netherlands.

 
   

The curator, Sacha Odenhoven, selected artists from those who have appeared in the online Dutch ceramics magazine De kleine K over the past 5 years. This opportunity comes to us thanks to the profile article on our work that Mels Boom authored last January, in Issue #37.

 
       
   

So honored to show with a stellar group of artists: Ann van Hoey (BE), Barbara Hast (DE), Carolyn Genders (GB), Fabienne Withofs (BE), Guy van Leemput (BE), Jogjin Park (GB), Joris Link (NL), Judit Varga (HU), Lisa Biris (NL), Liza Riddle (US), Maria Wojdat (GB), Paula Bastiaansen (NL), Stéphanie Bertholon (FR), Wally Asselberghs (BE), & Willy van Bussel (NL).

 
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
   
February 13 - April 11, 2020:

Balancing Cylinders (#876, 908): unglazed porcelain, soluble metals.

 
   

 
     
   

This is the 12th iteration of the annual juried ceramics competition at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts. This year the juror is Chis Staley.

 
       
     

 

Relational Vessels (#881, 1013, 998): unglazed porcelain, soluble metals.

 
       
   
October 2 - November, 2019:
 
   

 
     
   

Every two years, over the course of a month, Cluj Ceramics Biennale enables a synergistic series of cultural events in several cities: gallery exhibitions, pottery fairs, film projections, workshops, conferences, public round tables and other smaller events, all gravitating around the main international competition for which a renowned jury selects more than a hundred artists from around the world. 

 
       
       
   

The artist reception and award ceremony was held on Wednesday October 2, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

 
       
       
   
June 23 - July 31, 2019:

Entry for Blanc de Chine: unglazed porcelain, soluble metals.

 
     
   

Exhibition photos courtesy of ICAA.

 
   

What a tremendous honor to be shortlisted for this prestigious international porcelain competition, and to participate in the finalist exhibition in China.

 
   

The Blanc de Chine exhibition in Beijing includes the first 2017 Chinese White Art Ceramics International Grand Prix, finalist works of the 2019 Blanc de Chine International Ceramic Art Award, and some outstanding works from the International Residence Project.

 
       
   

The exhibition is in the 798 Art Space, 2 Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China.

 
       
       
     

Concave Form (#20): opalescent, translucent, and reactive glass.

 
   
August 9 - September 21, 2019:
 
   

 
     
   

SiO2 is a juried exhibition featuring kilnformed glass works by sixteen San Francisco Bay Area artists. The Juror is Janet Hiebert, instructor at Studio One Art Center and The Crucible in Oakland, CA.

 
       
   

Join us for the artist reception on Saturday, August 10th, 2019, from 2-4pm - 473 25th St., Oakland, CA 94612.

 
       
     
       
     

Vessel (#859): unglazed porcelain, soluble metals.

 
   
March 8 - April 7, 2019:
 
   

 
     
   

4-person show featuring work by Liza Riddle, Mark Goudy, Tom Jasczcak, and Birdie Boone. I will be showing a new body of translucent porcelain work.

 
   

All work will be available in person starting March 8, and also online here. Join us for the artist reception on Saturday, March 9, 2019, from 5-7pm.

 
   

TRAX is located at 1812 5th Street, Berkeley, CA, and is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 12 - 5:30pm.

 
       
     

"Experience Objects" (#725, #731, #696): earthenware, soluble metals.

 
   
May 26 - July 15, 2018:
 
   

 
     
   

The Clay Studio National is a biannual juried exhibition showcasing contemporary ceramic art being made in the United States now. The exhibition will highlight a diverse range of work, from functional to sculptural, and from traditional production techniques to cutting edge manufacturing technology. Esteemed juror Beth Ann Gerstein is the Executive Director of the American Museum of Ceramic Art.

 
       
       
   

I am touched and honored to win the Ceramics Art Network Merit Award for my work "Experience Objects."

 
   

The Clay Studio is located at 139 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

 
       
     

Martinsions Award entry: Vessel (#734): earthenware, soluble metals.

 
   
July 6- September 9, 2018:
 
   

 
     
   

Very happy to be selected to participate in the Latvian International Ceramics Biennale exhibition, part of the celebration for the centenary of the Latvian state. This competition is dedicated to the Latvian ceramist Peteris Martinsons. One hundred works were selected from 395 entries from 58 countries...

 
       
   

Opening: July 6, 2018, at the Mark Rothko Art Center in Daugavpils, Latvia.

 
       
     

Relational Forms (#10 & #12): kilnformed translucent and reactive glass.

 
   
June 23 - September 8, 2018:
 
   

 
     
   

I am delighted and honored to be invited as a finalist in Bullseye Projects tenth biennial competition: Emerge 2018, highlighting emerging artists in the world of kiln-formed glass. Looking forward to my first glass exhibition!

 
       
   

Opening: June 23, 2018, at Bullseye Projects, Portland, Oregon, USA.

 
       
     

Le Don du FelLe Don Du Fel.

"La Nouvelle Vague Californienne", Galerie du Don.

 
   
March 26 - May 11, 2017:
 
   
Galerie du Don
 
   
Le Don du Fel
 
     
   

"Mark and Liza are internationally recognized as pioneers in the utilization of metallic soluble salts, a technique relatively unexplored until now. Their creations are clad in exquisite surfaces of delicate and rare shades of color.

Liza, inspired by the parched earth of California, erects totemic sculptures exploring the unexpected poetry of the arid ground, while Mark presents a whole gallery of highly tactile forms, sometimes closed, sometimes open, but always with intriguing and seductive surfaces."

Galerie du Don

 
   

In the spring of 2018 Liza Riddle and I had an exhibition featuring 80 of our works at the beautiful and ethereal Le Don du Fel in south-central France! The gallery located near the village of le Fel in the department of Aveyron, Midi-Pyrénées,France. Le Don du Fel offers "two different panoramas, one on the outstanding landscape of the Lot Valley, and the other on the best of contemporary ceramics."

 
       
       
       
     

 

 

Equipoise Vessels at the Keramikmuseum Westerwald.

 

 

 
   
September 23, 2016 - February, 2017:
 
   
 
   
 
   

Keramikmuseum Westerwald - Höhr-Grenzhausen, Germany

 
   

Delighted to discover my equipoise vessels had received juror Thomas Hirschler's commendation award at the 8th Naspa competition!

 
   

"My gaze repeatedly returns to the soft, balloon-like forms. The pastel-coloured shapes seem to float. With the pale bubbles on the surface spreading over the entire form with slight variations in size and colour outline, they have a magical attraction. The surface is delicate and light-hearted but in their form with its innate, mysterious power, they seem to breathe.

There is the small, dark aperture, that only looks like one from a distance. It attracts and disconcerts. From close up, the aperture becomes a plane. The black of the interior is so complete that the gaze is unable to penetrate the depths of the vessel, almost as if what is encompassed by the interior space were larger than what can be grasped by the naked eye. Only by testing with a finger does the space open up inwards, a fascinating moment of astonishment. Mark Goudy’s vessels impress with their powerful, warm presence. "

Thomas Hirschler

 
       
     

Relational Forms (#482 & #490).

 
   
July 15, 2016 - January 2, 2017:
 
   
 
     
   

I was honored to be selected to participate in the 2016 Taiwan Ceramics Biennale competition!

 
   

"The construction of the New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum was first proposed in 1988 and opened to the public on November 2000. It has become the leading county museum in Taiwan and the first professional museum wholly dedicated to ceramics. The first modern ceramics museum in the nation combines the essence of the wisdom of the industries, government, and scholars. It raises the signal that the fire in Yingge's kilns will never be extinguished."