March

March is shaping up to be a busy month. Several events are happening now, recently passed, or coming soon. These are some of the pieces of mine in the shows listed below.

 

Photos of liquor bottles by Charlie Cummings

8 Fluid Ounces: A National Invitational Ceramic Cup Exhibition, LSU Glassell Gallery, Baton Rouge, LA

The Cup II: 60 Artists, 300 Variations, The College of Lake County, Grayslake, IL

Distilled Essences II, Charlie Cummings Gallery, Gainesville, FL

Cheers! Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD

NCECA National Student Juried Exhibition, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design

La Mesa in conjunction with NCECA, Hampton Inn, Miwaukee, WI

I also have an article in the March/April issue of Pottery Making Illustrated.
For a demonstration  of a similar piece, check out this link to my Ceramic Arts Daily DVD, Hybrid Pottery: Throwing+Altering+Assembling. 

FieldingOilBottleTrivetMA14PMIR1 (dragged)

 

3 Guys and Some Pottery

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I’m looking forward to being back on Mockernut Road between Chapel Hill and Pittsboro, NC. I’ll be there for a long weekend, the first in August, to join my friends Doug Dotson and Ronan Peterson for this festive sale in Doug’s Studio.

I shared this studio with Doug in 2001 and 2002 and we took the first steps in figuring out how to fire his newly built soda kiln. It was a great place to work amidst the tall trees and boulders of granite.

3 Guys and Some Pottery
Doug Dotson Pottery
326 Mockernut Rd
Pittsboro, NC 27312
Saturday August 4 (12am-8pm) with a reception starting at 6pm
Sunday August 5 (12-5pm)

for directions click here

Here are a couple of views of pitcher I’ll be bringing with me:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recent Shipment into the Ether

No, I don’t mean via the Space Shuttle. I have been stocking my etsy page with new work for holiday gifting. Take a look at some recent additions below and surf over to martyfielding.etsy.com for Cyber Monday shopping.

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To point out a few new developments in past few months: take note of the blunt nose spout on the Pitcher, the hollow lids on the Oil Bottles, and the return of the Stoveside Coffee Pot – this time they’re square.