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Artist: Linda Arbuckle


Artist: Linda Arbuckle
Linda Arbuckle, FLORIDA
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The functional vessel as an art object provides personal experiences through use in one's daily life. Line, color, gesture, and the lure of materiality articulate the value of indulgence and the transience of (plant) life. The alchemy that transforms common terracotta clay into an object that speaks in a domestic setting points the way toward parallel transformations possible in the observed moments of personal life.


Arbuckle has taught workshops at many venues across the U.S. and in several international locations. University of Florida has recognized her research with Graduate Research Professorship and Teaching Improvement awards. Activities include a one-month residency in the People’s Republic of China awarded by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, as well as a return there to present for a joint Chinese-US symposium on ceramics education, a chapter-length feature in The Penland Book of Ceramics: Master Classes in Ceramic Techniques, and a feature in Earthenware Masters, Matthias Ostermann, and service as a juror of an NCECA Clay National biennial show. Arbuckle has received a National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist’s Fellowship, as well as State of Florida Artist’s Fellowship awards. The tradition and interpretation of the functional vessel bring experiences through the functional art object into one's daily life. Line, color, gesture and the lure of materiality articulate the value of indulgence and the transience of (plant) life. The alchemy that transforms common terracotta clay into an object that speaks in a domestic setting points the way toward parallel transformations possible in the observed moments of personal life.

BIOGRAPHY
I am a functional potter whose studio practice has been enriched by the many students with whom I've worked. Currently teaching at University of Florida Ceramics, I value the transformative power of the handmade functional object. Growing up in a neighborhood of identical tract homes made the point early that personal experience in daily life counts. My work is inspired by plants as touchstones for the ephemeral and cyclical qualities of life, the indulgence and delight of flowers and color, and the satisfactions of getting the fruits of your labors in gardening and in life.

I am deeply grateful to the many people I've encountered in the classroom, studio, gallery, and conference who were willing to talk shop about ideas and processes with me. It’s been a way to keep learning and being inspired.

Majolica is done with a white base glaze on bisque, with the color painted on the absorbent raw glaze like doing watercolor on blotter paper. This allows for loading the brush with multiple color, and showing the direction and speed of the brush stroke. Although I take forays into other process, this is where my heart is. Majolica lets me mix individual color and use brushwork to express the mood of the day. Most days in the studio I’m happy to be there, feeling indulged and enthusiastic, and enjoying the fruits of my labors.

EDUCATION
1983
MFA Ceramics, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
1981
BFA Ceramics, Photography Minor, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH
1968-1975
Zoology Major, Miami University, Oxford, OH

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2002-Present
University of Florida, Tenured Professor, School of Art and Art History, Ceramics
1996-2002
University of Florida, Tenured Associate Professor, School of Art and Art History, Ceramics
1993-1996
University of Florida, Assistant Professor, Ceramics
1992-1993
University of Florida, Visiting Assistant Professor, Ceramics
1985-1990
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Assistant Professor, Instructor

SUMMER & VISITING FACULTY SESSIONS
2013
Curaumilla Art Center, Curaumilla, Chile. Taught 2-week international workshop with Suze Lindsay
2012
Peters Valley Crafts Center, Layton, NJ
2009
Arrowmont School, Gatlinburg, TN
2008
Sierra Nevada College, Lake Tahoe, NV
2007
Greenwich House, Arts Center, NYC
2006
Mendocino Arts Center, Mendocino, CA
2005
Penland School, Penland, NC
2004
Arrowmont School, Gatlinburg, TN
2003
Appalachian Center for Crafts, Tennessee Technology University, Smithville, TN
2002
Haystack School, Deer Isle, ME
2001
Odyssey Clay Center, Asheville, NC
2000
Santa Fe Clay Co, Santa Fe, NM
1999
Arrowmont School, Gatlinburg, TN. With Lee Rexrode, faculty Edinboro University of PA
1998
Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC. With Bill Brouillard, faculty Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH
1997
Native Soil, Evanston, IL
1996
Penland School, Penland, NC
1995
Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN. With Pete Pinnell, faculty Kansas City Art Institute
1994
Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN. Summer session, team-taught with Jeff Oestreich, studio clay artist: Low and High, Form and Surface
1993
Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, CO. Summer session faculty
1992
Penland School, Penland, NC
Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH. Summer session faculty
1991
Arrowmont School, Gatlinburg, TN
1989
Arrowmont School, Gatlinburg, TN
1988
Penland School, Penland, NC
1985-1990
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. Professor 1985-1990, Instructor 1985-1987
1983
Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT. Instructor, Ceramics, Graduate Liberal Studies Program
1982-1983
Rhode Island School of Design, Ceramics. Graduate Teaching Instructor, "Ceramic Raw Materials"; Freshman Foundation Program. Graduate Teaching Assistant, "Freshman Humanities"; Ceramics. Teaching and Technical Assistant with Jacquie Rice, "handbuilt Tableware"

WORKSHOPS & LECTURES
2014 Upcoming
Ceramics Guild of Lexington (MA) and the Arts & Crafts Society. One day demo to coincide with the opening of the juried show Sunday, State of Clay for Massachusetts' ceramicists. Sponsored by Ceramics Guilt of the Lexington (MA) and the Arts & Crafts Society.
2013
Edinboro University of PA, Visiting artist demo, lecture on works, surface design and contemporary and historic majolica, critiques with undergrad and grad students
Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, MN. Participant in American Pottery Festival and Wise Women in Clay workshop presenter with artist Victoria Christen
Panel Speaker: Northern Clay Center, Wise Women in Clay career development
Panel Speaker: Northern Clay Center, American Pottery Festival: Lowfire Surface with Victoria Christen
Panel Speaker: Northern Clay Center, American Pottery Festival: Mentoring and Influences with Ben Carter, Doug Casebeer
Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT. 3-day workshop, public lecture
The Potters Gathering, Cedar Lakes Crafts Center, Ripley, WV
2012
Kentucky Mudworks, Potters' Council Workshop: The Ceramic Voice: Narrative in Clay. Lexington, KY
Peters Valley Art Center, Layton, NJ
The Little Pottery Shop, Frederick, MD
2011
LaGrange College, LaGrange, GA. Workshop
Ceramic League of Dallas, Dallas, TX. Workshop
Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, MN. American Pottery Festival. Closing lecture and demo
C and R Ceramics, Ocala, FL. Workshop
2010
Bracker's Ceramics, Lawrence, KS
2009
Orchard Valley Ceramics Arts Guild, Sunnyvale, CA
Clay Artists of San Diego, San Diego, CA
Visiting artist lecturer, graduate critiques, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA
2008
SHARE JOURNEYS: Chinese/American Ceramic Art and Education, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts symposium, Jingdezhen, China. Presentation on ceramic education, panel member
Brevard Art Museum School, Melbourne, FL
Lecturer. Strictly Functional Pottery National, Market House, PA
Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA
Closing Speaker, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts conference, Pittsburgh, PA
Demonstrator, majolica decoration, AMACO booth, NCECA conference, Pittsburgh, PA
2007
Brickyard Ceramics, Indianapolis, IN
Lee Arts Center, Arlington, VA
Alabama Pottery Conference, University of N Alabama, Florence, AL
2006
Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, OH
Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts, Victoria, British Columbia
St. Louis Community College, Meramec, St. Louis, MO
2005
The University of Saint Francis. School of Creative Arts, Fort Wayne, IN. Visiting Artist lecture
Harn Museum, University of FL, Gainesville, FL. Lecture in conjunction with the UF School of Art and Art History Faculty Show at the Harn
Clayways Studio, Austin, TX
2004
Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN. Utilitarian Clay conference. Lecturer on ceramic art history
University of TN, Knoxville, TN
SW Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
Miami University, Oxford, OH
2003
The Arts Center, St. Petersburg, FL. Workshop and visiting artist lecture
Rhode Island School of Design. Providence, RI. Workshop and visiting artist lecture
Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD. Workshop and visiting artist lecture
Jingdezhen Sanbao Art Institute, visiting artist lecture on tin-glaze pottery and personal work for graduate students of Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, People's Republic of China
UF Graduate Seminar, ARH 6897, Richard Heipp, Visiting Speaker: personal studio work
Callanwolde Fine Arts, Atlanta, GA. Workshop and visiting artist lecture
2002
Arrowmont School, Gatlinburg, TN. "Skins and Bone". Weekend colloquium about surface on pottery
2001
Arizona Clay at Paradise Valley Community College, Phoenix, AZ
Indiana Purdue University, Fort Wayne, IN. Visiting artist and lecturer
Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT. Workshop, lecture
Harn Museum, University of FL, Gainesville, FL, "Transformation in Clay". Lecture on the Everson Ceramic National 2000
Harn Museum, University of FL, Gainesville, FL. Docent education lecture on the Everson Ceramic National 2000
Hamilton and Region Potters Guild, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Workshop, lecture
2000
University of Wales Institute Cardiff, UK. Majolica workshop, individual student tutorials
Clay Factory, Tampa, FL
1999
Ceramic League of Miami, Miami, FL
Walnut Creek Potters, Civic Arts Center, Walnut Creek, CA
Cleveland Institute of Art, workshop presentation, symposium participant, "The Future of Crafts Education and the Crafts"
University of Florida School of Art and Art History, WARP. Gallery lecture
Georgie's Ceramics, Portland, OR
1998
UF Graduate Seminar, ARH 6897. Visiting speaker: personal studio work
Southern Utah University, Cedar City, UT
Atlantic Beach Potters, Mayport, FL
Northern Carolina Potters Conference, Moring Arts Center, Asheboro, NC
Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC
1997
UF Graduate Seminar, ARH 6897, Richard Heipp, Visiting speaker: personal studio work
Utah State University, Logan, UT. Visiting artist demo and lecture
Indiana Purdue University, Fort Wayne, IN. Visiting artist and lecturer
University of Florida, Humanities 2510. Guest lecturer "Learning to See: Ceramics"
Functional Pottery, Wooster, OH. Visiting artist demo and lecture
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE. Workshop and lecture
1996
University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. Workshop and lecture
S Illinois University at Edwardsville, Workshop and lecture
Clay Factory, Tampa, FL.
Florida Art Education Association, Annual state conference. Majolica demonstration
University of Florida, Department of Art, Graduate Seminar, Art 6897. Richard Heipp. Visiting speaker: personal studio work, balancing studio and teaching
University of Florida, Workshop for Art Research and Production, visiting lecturer on personal studio work and form and function
Arrowmont School, Gatlinburg, TN. Utilitarian Pottery II: Celebrate the Object conference. Panel moderator, “Surface Considerations and Decisions”, lecturer, “Historical and Contemporary Majolica Pottery”, lecturer, “Reading Surface Decoration
Roswell Museum, Roswell, NM. Workshop and lecture
Santa Rosa Jr. College, Santa Rosa, CA. Workshop and lecture
Renwick Alliance workshop, Washington D.C., lecture, Renwick Museum
University of Florida, Dept. Of Art, ARE 6933 “Teaching Art in Higher Education”. Guest lecturer: “Developing a Teaching Philosophy”
1995
Centre for Ceramic Arts, Cardiff Institute of Higher Education, Cardiff, Wales, UK. Lecture, visiting critic.
Center for the Arts, Vero Beach, FL. Masters’ Series workshop, lecture
1994
Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL. Penland School Symposium: The Art of Fine Craft. Panelist
UF Graduate Seminar, ARH 6897, Richard Heipp. Visiting speaker: personal studio work
Stetson University, Deland, FL. Visiting artist workshop, lecture
University of Colorado, Boulder, Visiting artist lecture
Boulder Potters Guild, Boulder, CO. Visiting artist workshop, lecture
Clay Factory, Tampa, FL. Demonstration of HyperGlaze, computer glaze calculation software at Pete Pinnell glaze technology workshop
San Diego State University, San Diego, CA. Visiting artist workshop, lecture
1993
University of WY, Laramie, WY. Visiting artist workshop, lecture
Laramie County Community College, Cheyenne, WY. Visiting artist workshop, lecture
FL Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. Visiting artist workshop., lecture
New Hampshire Potters Guild, Colby-Sawyer College, Manchester, NH. Majolica workshop, lecture
92nd St. Y, New York, NY. Majolica workshop, lecture
Axner Clay, Oviedo, FL. Majolica workshop, lecture
Clay Factory, Tampa, FL. Decorated pottery/majolica workshop, lecture.
Midway College, Midway, KY. Visiting artist
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY. Workshop: majolica and decorated pottery, lecture
1992
Ceramic League of the Palm Beaches, W. Palm Beach, FL. Workshop: pottery forming and decoration using majolica, lecture
Clay Factory, Tampa, FL. Workshop: pottery decoration using majolica, lecture
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN. "UTILITARIAN CLAY: Celebrate the Object". Pre-conference demonstrator, conference participant
University of Alaska Southeast, Juneau. Majolica workshop, lecture
Greenwich House Pottery, New York, NY. Majolica workshop
National Council On Education For the Ceramic Arts, Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA. Demonstration: Majolica Pottery Decoration
Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD. Five-day, hands-on workshop, lectures
1991
University of GA, Athens, GA. Visiting artist workshop, lecture
Ohio University, Athens, OH. Gallery talk, "Clay Coast to Coast", visiting lecturer, Ceramics
Portland School of Art, Portland, ME. Visiting artist workshop, lecture
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. "Pottery: Surface Decoration". Workshop, lecture
American Crafts Council SE Annual Workshops, Jackson, MS. Ceramics artist’s workshop and lecture
1990
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA. Visiting artist workshop, lecture.
1989
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL. Visiting artist workshop and lecture
S.W. Crafts Center, San Antonio, TX. "The Decorated Teapot", workshop with Michel Conroy
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Visiting lecturer on surface decoration .
Maine Craftsmen Workshop, Haystack School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME. Low-fire workshop
National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, National Conference, Kansas City, MO. Discussion Facilitator, Topical Discussion: "The Implications of Decoration: Philosophical and Psychological Considerations"
1988
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Visiting artist: Majolica Workshop
L.S.U., Baton Rouge, LA. Introduction to Fine Arts, Guest Lecturer
1987
University of Mississippi, University, MS. Visiting Artist: Majolica Workshop
Southern Pottery Equipment & Supply, Baton Rouge, LA. Public workshop to benefit Louisiana Crafts Council: Low-fire Techniques in Slip and Majolica Decoration
1986
L.S.U., Baton Rouge, LA. Architecture Department, Visiting Lecturer: Ceramic Tile. Visiting Preliminary Juror: "Culinary Institute Adjacent to the Piazza D'Italia"
L.S.U., Baton Rouge, LA. Interior Design: Guest Critic, Senior Studio
1985
Loyola University, New Orleans, LA. Visiting artist: Red Stick Round-Up
1982
R.I.S.D., Ceramics. Guest artist, summer session: Ceramic Slip Decoration

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2013
Funded artist's residency, Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT
2012
Juror Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton, VA, Drink This International Ceramic Cup Show
2011
Juror, Gulf State College, FL, Cup SHow
2010
Juror, Lux Art Center, Lincoln, NE, Second Annual National Juried CUp Show
Demonstration Artist, American Art Clay Company, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts annual conference
2009
Juror, Current, Sponsored by H.O.T. Clay. Focus Gallery, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Juror, Peep Show, Skutt kilns juried show, NCECA conference, Phoenix, AZ
Demonstration artist, American Art Clay Company, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts annual conference
2008
Symposium panelist, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts international symposium, Shared Journeys: Chinese/American Ceramic Art and Education, panel Teaching Pedagogy, with Val Cushing, Liu Pinchang, and Juo Zahen. Jingdezhen, China
Juror and Awards Judge, Strictly Functional Pottery National, Market House, PA
2007
Curator, Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA. Speaking Low: Surfaces in Earthenware.
Juror, Lark Books, Asheville, NC, 500 Plates, Platters, and Chargers. Publication 2008
Curator, AMACO/Brent Contemporary Clay Gallery, Indianapolis, IN. Majolica Traditions
2006
Web site design and maintenance, http://lindaarbuckle.com , to represent professional activities and provide technical information for educational use
Curator, Blue Spiral Gallery, Asheville, NC, “Style + Function: National Ceramics Invitational”
2005
Juror, “The Clay Cup IV”, Charlie Cummings Gallery, Fort Wayne, IN
Curator, Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore , MD, “The Informed Surface: Contemporary Majolica”
2004
Juror, National Council on Education for the Ceramics Arts Clay National 2005. Juror with Andrea Gill and Ron Nagel. Exhibition presented at 2005 NCECA conference, Baltimore, MD
2003
Artist in residence, Heritage Village for Arts and Culture, Zhujiajiao, Shanghai,(3 weeks), and Jingdezhen Sanbao Ceramic Art Institute (2 weeks), People’s Republic of China Funded by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts
2002
Participant, Harn Museum, University of FL, Gainesville, FL, Honoring the Past, Shaping the Future: The Harn Museum of Art’s Future’s Conference
Juror, “Necessary Objects”, The Arts Center, St. Petersburg, FL
2001
Artist in residence, Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT. One-month residency
2000
Visiting research fellow, University of Wales Institute Cardiff, School of Art. Cardiff, Wales, U.K. Visiting artist lectures, demo, tutorials with students, studio research
Invitational attendee, ICRC: Interpreting Ceramics, Research Collaboration. The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England. Symposium to launch a refereed electronic journal for art ceramics
Participant, Five Artists’ Collaboration. Grant written by Joe Bova, funded by the Ohio University Research Council, to support week-long collaborative artists’ residency in Athens, OH, by Cynthia Bringle, Tim Taunton, Jim Lawton, Joe Bova, and Linda Arbuckle
Curator, Works Gallery, Philadelphia, PA. “Emerging Artist”
1999
Awards Judge, Gainesville Downtown Arts Festival, Gainesville, FL
Juror, Y2Clay virtual ceramics exhibition. Other jurors: Jack Troy, Richard Notkin, Joe Bennion. Organized by Bill Geisinger, DeAnza College, Cupertino, CA. On the Internet: http://arts.deanza.fhda.edu/y2clay/
Panelist, Florida Department of State Visual Arts Fellowships - 3D
1998
Juror, Awards Judge, K-12 Student Exhibit, national exhibition at the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts conference in Columbus, OH
Coordinator and liaison for Gerry Williams’ (Studio Potter Magazine) Florida research to interview and document the most accomplished ceramic artists in the state for publication in Studio Potter and to be placed in an archive
1997
Studio mentor for artist Steve Davis-Rosenbaum, grant-funded to spend 4 days studying majolica decoration in Arbuckle studio
Panel moderator, National Council on Education For The Ceramic Arts annual conference, Las Vegas, NV. “Ceramics in the Information Age”
Text reviewer, 6th edition of Nelson/Burkett Ceramics, Harcourt Brace College Publishers
1996
Conference assistant as Director at Large, National Council on Education for the Ceramics Arts annual conference, Rochester, NY
Juror’s assistant, Student Juried Art Show. University of FL Dept. Of Art
1995
Visual Arts 3-D Grants Panelist. State of FL
Conference assistant as Director at Large, National Council on Education for the Ceramics Arts annual conference, Minneapolis, MN
1994-1996
Elected Director at Large, Board of Directors, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts
1994
Panel presentation participant. Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL. Penland School, Penland, NC." Symposium and Demonstration on The Art of Fine Craft"
Consultant for Harn Museum. Served with Nan Smith and Harn staff selecting 50 works from the contemporary ceramics collection of the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY, for exhibition at The Harn Museum, Univ. Of Florida, Gainesville, FL
1993
Round table discussion participant. NCECA Symposium: Today's Standards; Tomorrow's Values, Santa Fe, NM
1990-1992
Grants Panelist, Visual Arts and Crafts: Project Grant, Artist Fellowships, Artists Roster. State of Louisiana, Division of the Arts, Baton Rouge, LA
1992
Curator, "American Majolica", Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD
1991
Artist in Residence, “Artists Invite Artists”, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Edgecomb, ME.
Judge, Downtown Arts Festival, Gainesville, FL
Visiting Artist, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, "Artists Invite Artists" session, N. Edgecomb, ME
1989
Juror. "New Dimensions in Sculpture", L.S.U. Union Art Gallery, Baton Rouge, LA
1988-1990
Gallery Advisory Board Member. L.S.U. School of Art
Area Co-Ordinator, L.S.U. Ceramics, Baton Rouge, LA
1988
Juror. State of Louisiana, Division of the Arts, Louisiana Crafts Program
Curator and Installer. "Function and Beyond: Inspiration from the Vessel Aesthetic", L.S.U. Union Gallery, Baton Rouge, LA
1987
Curator. "Louisiana State University Invitational Exhibition: Ceramics '87", Works Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1986-1987
Show Committee Member. Louisiana Crafts Council, "Made in the Shade: 19th L.C.C. Juried Show"
1986-1988
Board Member. L.S.U. Union Art Advisory Board
Reporter. National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, annual conference, San Antonio, TX. Special Interest Group: Artist/Gallery Relationships
1985
Juror. River City Festivals. "10th Annual Baton Rouge Fall Crafts Festival", Baton Rouge, LA
1983-1985
Gallery Registrar/Bookkeeper. Works Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1983
Tile collaboration with Jacquie Rice for installation in R.I.S.D. Ceramics Department

SERVICE
2008-Present
Advisory Board Member, Ceramics Art and Perception magazine
2005-Present
Advisory Board Member. Ceramics Monthly
Advisory group member. National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts
2003-Present
Advisory Board Member. Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD
1994-Present
Advisory group member. Studio Potter Magazine
1993-Present
Advisor. Florida H.O.T. (Handbuilt Or Thrown) Clay, student ceramics
2013-2014
UF SA+AH: Search committee member, Teaching Lab Specialist Ceramics. Spring 2013, Advisory Committee
2013
Donations of Work: Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT, 17th Annual Benefit Auction, Craft Emergency Relief Fund at Crimson Laurel Gallery – donation of a portion of proceeds, Northern Clay Center
Pro-bono workshop: Gulf Coast State College, Panama City Beach, FL
2012
Donator of work to benefits: Clay Studio Ruth Snyderman Gala, Archie Bray Foundation Brickyard Bash
2012-2013
UF Service: Committee Member: College of Fine Arts: Wesite Re-Design Committee SA+AH: Advisory Committee including Scholarship selection, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. Advisor H.O.T. Clay student organization
2011-2012
UF Service: Committee Member: College of Fine Arts: Promotion and Tenure Committee
SA+AH: Advisory Committee including Scholarship selection, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. Ceramics Facilities Coordinator. Advisor H.O.T. Clay student organization, visiting artist host. Visiting Speaker, Harn Museum, K-12 teachers on Soaring Voices exhibition
2011
Volunteer Student Critic, NCECA conference, Tampa, FL. Give 2 sessions of student portfolio critiques
UF SA+AH service: ART 6897 graduate professional practices seminar visiting speaker on networking. Future,s Undergraduate Curriculum Committee; majolica demo ART 2930
Donator of artworks to benefits: Empty Bowls, Archie Bray Foundation, 2011: From the Center to the Edge, Chris Gustin Anagama benefit firing for Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, ME
2010-2011
UF Service: Committee Member: College of Fine Arts: Diversity Committee
SA+AH: Advisory Committee, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. Futures Curriculum Committee. Ceramics Area Head
2010
Donations of work: HOT Clay, Univ of FL, Mug Shots project; Baltimore Clayworks, Benefit gala; Benefit for Drew Johnson’s medical fund; K-12 Ceramics Foundation, Laurel School, Brewster, MA
2009-2010
UF Service: Committee Member, University of FL, College of Fine Arts, Technology Committee, Diversity Committee. Area Coordinator for facilities, Ceramics. Faculty mentor. H.O.T. Clay advisor
2009
Guest speaker on UF Ceramics, Rotary Club of Gainesville
Guest Critic for student works, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts conference, Phoenix
UF Service: Committee Member, University of FL, College of Fine Arts, Professor Pay Plan. Area Coordinator, Ceramics. Faculty mentor
Donator of artworks to benefits: Penland School, Penland, NC; Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT; Arrowmont School, Gatlinburg, TN, Liz Summerfield benefit auction. H.O.T. Clay raffle, National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition Foundation benefit by Charlie Cummings Gallery
2008
Lecturer on networking, ARE 6386, Teaching in Higher Education
Donator of artworks to benefits: Penland School, Penland, NC; Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT
UF Service: Committee Member, University of FL SA+AH: Arrowmont Scholarship, Penland Partners Scholarship
CFA: Tenure and Promotion
Faculty Advisor: HOT Clay. Area Coordinator, Ceramics. Listserv owner: FLHotClay, Ceramalum, UFCeramics listservs for Ceramics promotion and communication
2007
Committee chair, SA+AH search Teaching and Lab Specialist, Ceramics
Mentor, to Baltimore Clayworks resident artist Martina Lantin, via e-mail images, phone discussions
Lecturer, Harn Museum of Art, University of FL, Gainesville, FL. Lecture to docents on ceramics
Donator of artworks to benefits: Baltimore Clayworks ; ASU Ceramics Research Center, Tucson, AZ; Penland School, Penland, NC; scholarship fund, Christine Federhigi; OR College of Arts & Crafts auction
Committee Member, University of FL: CFA Search for SAAH Director; Harn Museum Asian Curator search
2003-2006
University of Florida, Honorary Degrees Committee
2006
Member, College of Fine Arts Director Search Committee
Review committee member, Scholarship Enhancement Program. University of Florida, School of Art and Art History
Faculty mentor for two junior faculty, University of Florida, School of Art and Art History
Ceramics Area Coordinator for administrative issues, University of Florida, School of Art and Art History
Chair, Committee to Review First-Year Grad Reviews and Grad Exhibition, University of Florida, School of Art and Art History
Award Juror, brAIDS ARTreach Art Auction and Gala, Jacksonville, FL
Donator of artwork: brAIDS ARTreach Art Auction and Gala, Jacksonville, FL
2001-2005
University of Florida, School of Art and Art History, Ceramics Area Coordinator
2005
Mentor, University of FL School of Art and Art History
Advisor at NCECA futures meeting of former board members, annual conference, Baltimore, MD
Attendee, Advisory meeting, Ceramics Monthly, Baltimore, MD
Donator of artworks: Arizona State University Ceramics Research Center benefit, Michael Kline benefit, Baltimore Clayworks, Spice It Up; LSU Scholarship benefit at the Signature Shop, Atlanta, GA; Penland School Auction, Penland, NC; Carbondale Clay Center, Carbondale, CO, 7th Annual Benefit Cup Auction
2003-2005
Advisory Board Member Museum of Glass and Ceramics, South Portland, ME
2004
Participant, community focus group University of Florida, Fine Arts Living Learning
Faculty Mentor, University of Florida, School of Art and Art History
Member: Visual Resource Collection Advisory Committee University of Florida. Service:, School of Art and Art History Advisory Committee, WARP Task Force, College of Fine Arts Promotion and Tenure Committee
Lecturer on functional pottery and personal work. Micanopy Community Council for the Arts
Panel participant on grading ARE 6933 Teaching in Higher Education
Interviewee: video on artists in academia. ARE 6933 Teaching in Higher Education
Member: University of Florida, School of Art and Art History, WARP Task Force, Promotion and Tenure Committee
Donator of artwork: University of FL H.O.T. Clay benefit sale, Arrowmont School Summer Auction, Gatlinburg, TN; Gainesville Artists Cooperative; NCECA Cup Sale Benefit, Indianapolis, IN; Tea for Tots, Albuquerque, NM; Penland School Auction, Penland, NC; Archie Bray Foundation Auction, Helena, MT
2003
Faculty mentor: University of Florida, School of Art and Art History
Member, University of Florida, College of Fine Arts, Professor Pay Plan Committee, Promotion and Tenure Committee
Member, University of Florida, School of Art and Art History, Advisory Committee
University of Florida, School of Art and Art History Ad-hoc Committee for Re-numbering Graduate Course Numbers. Member

AWARDS & RECOGNITION
2011
Honors Award for service to the field. National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts
2008-2010
Selected artist, Spirit of Ceramics, video archive of significant “mature” clay artists, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. Interviews to be done at NCECA conference 2008, filming proposed for 2010
2008-2009
University of FL, Scholarship Enhancement Fund award. $2,300
2008
University of FL 2007-8 Doctoral Dissertation Advisor/Mentoring Award. One of five recipients
2007
Elected to membership. International Academy of Ceramics, Geneva, Switzerland
University of FL College of Fine Arts Doctoral Dissertation/MFA Advisor/Mentoring Award
Recognition of Service, Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD, presentation at annual Gala event in honor of professional service to Clayworks
Certificate of Appreciation and Gratitude, The National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition Foundation, Incorporated
2005
Sabbatical leave, University of Florida, Fall, 2005
2004
Cups of Merit award, National Council on Education for the Ceramics Arts
2003
Artist’s residency, Zhujiajiao Heritage Arts Center, Zhujjiajiao, China. One-month residency awarded by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts
2000
Laptop Computer Award, University of Florida Faculty Laptop Program
2nd Prize, National Appreciation of Fine Artists Contest of the Month. Award; 1 month web feature of work
1999
Sabbatical leave, University of Florida, for 2000-01 school year
1998
University of Florida Teaching Incentive Program award for teaching excellence
University of Florida Research Foundation Professorship. 3-year award
1996
Honorable mention: Penn-Mo Fire Brick Co Award. Fourth Annual Strictly Functional Pottery National, Ephrata, PA. Juror: Phyllis Blair Clark
1995
Skutt Award. University Museum, S. Illinois University at Carbondale. "Clay Cup V"
Business Prize: Duralite Inc. Third Annual Strictly Functional Pottery National
1994
One semester mini-sabbatical for Fall '95. University of FL
NEA Visual Artists Fellowship Grant, National Endowment for the Arts
1992
Individual Artist Fellowship Award, Florida Dept. of State
Shimpo America Award. Virginia Cartwright, juror, "The Clay Cup IV", S IL University at Carbondale, in collaboration with Bill Brouillard
1989
Honorable Mention. Lafayette Art Association, "Annual Juried Show". Jurors: Alan Flattman, Author and Artist, and Joe Bova, Professor, L.S.U. Ceramics
1988
Summer Faculty Research Grant. L.S.U. Office of Research, to fund research in European decorative art at the Metropolitan Museum, and further studio research
Purchase Award. LaGrange National XIII, Lamar Dodd Art Center, LaGrange College, LaGrange, GA
Juror's Award of Recognition. Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN, "The Dripless Spout: Innovative Teapots". Juror: Cynthia Bringle, internationally known studio potter
1986
Presented as "Emerging Talent" at the National Council On Education For the Ceramic Arts annual conference, San Antonio, TX
1982
Teaching Assistantship, R.I.S.D. Ceramics
Teaching Assistantship, R.I.S.D. Liberal Arts
1981
Ranney Scholarship. Cleveland Inst. of Art, Cleveland, OH
1970
Dean's List. Miami University, Oxford, OH.

COLLECTIONS
Caroline and Dan Anderson, Edwardsville, IL
Mr. & Mrs. William Appelar, Washington, DC
Archie Bray Foundation Permanent Collection, Helena, MT
Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN
Museum of Decorative Arts, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Caroline Cheng, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China
City of Orlando, Orlando, FL
Nancy Crow, Fiber Artist, Baltimore, OH
David Demming, President, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH
Detroit Institute Of Art, Detroit, MI
Fredrick R. Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Arthur S. Goldberg, Chestnut Hill, MA
Senator Oswald G. Harding, Minister of Justice, Attorney General of Jamaica
Healing Arts Program at Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI
Dwight Holland, Asheboro, NC
Jingdezhen Ceramics Museum, Jingdezhen, People’s Republic of China
Todd King, Elizabeth City, NJ
Lamar Dodd Art Center, LaGrange College, LaGrange, GA
Larry Manning, President Alabama Craftsmen
Margaret Harlow Collection, Bemidji University, Bemidji, MN
Mr. & Mrs. Bill Nussbaum, St. Louis, MO
NationsBank Corporate Headquarters, Charlotte, NC
Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, MN. Permanent Teaching Collection. Selection jurors: Jeff Oestreich, Maren Kloppmann, Kelly Connole, Rob Silberman.
Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI
James Ransome, illustrator, Rhinebeck, NY.
David and Louise Rosenfield Collection, Dallas, TX. http://rosenfieldcollection.com/
Rudy Turk Cup Collection, AZ State U. Art Museum, Tempe, AZ
Sandy Simon and Bob Brady, Berkeley, CA
Sadie Barling Contemporary Crafts Collection, UF, Gainesville, FL
John Sinker, Plymouth, MI
Ruth and Rick Snyderman, Philadelphia, PA
Stetson University, Deland, FL
World Ceramics Exposition Korea International Collection, Inchon, Korea

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
Archie Bray Foundation
American Crafts Council
Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD
ClayArt (international electronic discussion group for ceramics)
Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA
Florida Craftsmen, Inc.
Harn Museum, Gainesville, FL
International Academy of Ceramics, Geneva, Switzerland
National Council On Education For the Ceramic Arts

PUBLICATIONS & CITATIONS
2014 Upcoming
Glaze: the Ultimate Collection of Ceramic Glazes, and How They Were Made by Brian Taylor and Kate Doody, Quarto Publishing, London
2013
Tales of a Red Clay Rambler, Ben Carter online podcast, Arbuckle, Casebeer, and Meadows talk about Mentorship and Influence. Episode 45
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tales-red-clay-rambler-podcast/id523651655
500 Teapots Volume 2, Lark Books, 2013. Jim Lawton, juror. Work pictured p. 10, 13
WatchNCECA, juried YouTube channel from the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. 3 videos included: Arbuckle Teaser, Arbuckle Trailer, Spirit of Ceramics Example for NEA
http://www.youtube.com/user/WatchNCECA/videos?view=0
2012
2012 Workshop Handbook, AMACO. Image included in promotional materials.
Pottery Making Illustrated, v. 15 no. 5, September/October, p44, Majolica Decoration by Sumi von Dassow. Review of Ceramic Arts Daily DVD by Linda Arbuckle
Throwing (New Ceramics), author Richard Phethean (England), A & C Black, USA/London. Work pictured, p. 51
Who's Who in American Art 2012, 33rd ed., Marquis Who's Who, Berkeley Heights, NJ. Citation
Arrowmont School, Gatlinburg, TN, Utilitarian Clay conference poster. Image of work included.
Ceramic Arts Daily 2012 poster. Image of work included
Pottery Making Illustrated, v.15 no. 6, Nov./Dec. 2012, Full Circle: Majolica Decorating Techniiquest by Janice Strawder. p.12. citation, glaze technical information
http://rhrising.blogspot.ca/ Phoenix, blog by Canadian potter, author, and educator Robin Hopper. Images and authored content in post about brushes and brushwork
The Best of 500 Ceramics: Celebrating a Decade in Clay, Lark Books, Asheville, NC. Image p. 240, authored critical citation p. 263, citation as juror w bio p. 404
Ceramic Arts Daily, Video of the Week. On-line video clip of Arbuckle presentation on flocculating glazes for better application. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramic-supplies/ceramic-glaze/video-of-the-week-how-to-flocculate-a-ceramic-glaze-for-better-coverage/
From a Slab of Clay, Daryl Baird, The American Ceramics Society, Westerville, OH. Work pictured p.129
Who's Who in American Art 2012, 32nd ed., Marquis Who's Who, Berkeley Heights, NJ. Citation.
Ceramic Arts Daily, Columbus, OH. Majolica Decoration: Creating Colorful Surfaces with Linda Arbuckle. 2-DVD set. Two excerpts of the DVD are online as Pottery Video of the Week: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/pottery-making-techniques/ceramic-decorating-techniques/pottery-video-of-the-week-majolica-design-tips-and-decorating-techniques-with-linda-arbuckle/
http://ceramicartsdaily.org/pottery-making-techniques/ceramic-glazing-techniques/pottery-video-of-the-week-design-techniques-and-tips-for-outstanding-majolica-pottery/
2011
Brian Jones Ceramics, Podcast interview available on iTunes:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/brian-r.-jonescast/id445596616?ign-mpt=uo%3D4
American Craft Council blog, Heck Yes Craft. Posted 9/9/2011. Citation for American Pottery Festival lecture, images portfolio http://www.americancraftmag.org/blog-post.php?id=12560
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Northernclaycenter?ref=ts#!/video/video.php?v=2293870700769
Video demo excerpt posted by Northern Clay Center from demo at the American Pottery Festival
Northern Clay Center News, Winter 2012, citation for American Pottery Festival closing lecture and Facebook video post, image
Who’s Who in American Art, 31st Ed. Marquis Who’s Who, New Providence, NJ. Citation
National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, Spirit of Ceramics Series v.6: Linda Arbuckle: Fresh Color on Clay. DVD including biographic information, studio demonstration, and portfolio. Shown nationally on various public television stations in 2011
Northern Clay Center News, Summer, 2011, p.5, citation as American Pottery Festival demonstrator and lecturer
Ceramics Monthly, vol. 59, no. 6, June, July, August, pp56-9. Authored article “The Colorful World of Majolica”. Works pictured
Ceramics Art and Perception magazine, Issue 83, March-May 2011, Linda Arbuckle, Clary Illian, Doug Hanson, and Chuck Hindes, a review by Craig Adcock. Pp. 58-9
Majolica, Daphne Carnegy, A & C Black, London. Work pictured, cited, pp. 34,36,42,43,52-3
Pottery Making Illustrated magazine, v. 14 no. 3, May/June, 2011, pp 40-42, cited in article Messing with Majolica by Jake Allee
The Pottery Workshop: 25 Years, Caroline Cheng,, Peoples Republic of China. P. 13, pictured, cited
2010
Ceramics Monthly, v.58, no.10, December, p.17. “Clary Illian and Linda Arbuckle”, show itation, work pictured
Ceramics for Beginners: Surfaces, Glazes & Firing, Angelica Pozo, Lark Books. 2010. Work pictured. P. 108
Northern Clay Center News, Fall, 2010. Citation, image of work in article about Teaching Collection and 20 Years Ago Today exhibition. Online publication:
http://www.northernclaycenter.org/see/exhibition_upcoming.php
Masters: Earthenware: Major Works by Leading Artists, Lark Books. Curated by Matthias Ostermann. One of 40 artist’s portfolios included. Pp. 218-225
Ceramics Review, #244, July/August, 2010. Citation p. 27, review of Earthenware Masters book
Who’s Who in American Art, 30th Ed. Marquis Who’s Who, New Providence, NJ. Citation
La ceramica in italia e nel mondo n.5, 2010, “Il programma di ceramica della Facolta d’Arte d Storia dell’arte dell’ unioversita della Florida: I maestri danno l’esempio”. P. 10 Work pictured, cited.
2007-Present
http://www.artaxis.org Juried online web site for representing artists in clay
www.triedandtruerecipes.org Ceramics Monthly downloadable book. Image of work, glaze recipe
2009
CeramicsTECHNICAL magazine, No. 29, p. 65, Shared Journeys, by Joshua Green. Cited as conference presenter
Working with Clay, Susan and Jan Peterson, Pearson Education, Prentice Hall Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2009. Work pictured, p. 88
Who’s Who in American Art, 29th Ed. , Marquis Who’s Who, New Providence, NJ. Citation
NCECA Journal, v. 30, 2009, p.124. Shared JKourneys: Reflections on NCECA’s 2008 International Symposium in Jingdezhen, China, Josh Green. Citation as program presenter
2008
National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Journal, v. 29, p. 109-112, authored conference closing lecture, p. 113, work pictured
China Ceramic Artist, Beijing, 2008, #1, p.76. Works pictured
Ceramics Monthly, v. 56 no. 9, November, p. 50, The MFA Factor. Citation, work pictured
Who’s Who in American Art, 28th Edition. Profile
Ceramics Monthly, vol. 56, no. 6, June/July/August, p. 24, Upfront, citation and quote as juror of “Strictly Functional Pottery National”
Clay Times, v.14, no. 3, May/June, Strictly Functional Pottery National, by Phil Haralm and Jean Lehman, p.20-21. Citation as juror, statement quoted
Ceramics Monthly, vol. 56, no. 5, May, p. 28, Upfront, “Speaking Low: Surfaces in Earthenware”, cited as curator, authored show statement excerpt
Surface Design for Ceramics, Maureen Mills. Lark Books, Asheville, NC. Summer, 2008. Pp. 97, 137. 2 images of work included
500 Plates, Platters, and Chargers. Lark Books, Asheville, NC. Work images as juror and authored juror’s statement
2007
“Postcard from Penland; An Introduction to Penland School of Crafts”, DVD. Work pictured, cited
American Art Clay Company, catalog feature honoring ceramic heroes
Clay Times, March/April, v.13, no. 2, p.33, “22nd Alabama Clay Conference”, citation, work pictured
Marquis Who’s Who in America 62nd ed. Citation
2006
Studio Potter Magazine, vol. 35, no. 1. Authored contribution, “Learning to Use Color”, pp. 58-9, images of work p 4-5, 59, 60, 61, 88
Ceramics Technical, No. 23, p.41, “Teaching Ceramic History”, Glen R. Brown. Work illustrated
Ceramics Monthly, vol. 54 no. 8, October, p.16, “Answers”, authored technical question response
Clay Times, v.12, no. 5, p.16, “What’s Hot”, cited as featured artist for Alabama Clay Conference
Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH, online alumni gallery feature
Harn Museum, University of FL, Gainesville, FL. Author, catalog essay for Resonance and Inspiration: New Works by Magdalene Odundo
Ceramics Monthly, vol.54, no. 3, March, p.28, “Answers From the CM Technical Staff”. Authored technical question response
Marquis Who’s Who in the World 23rd Edition. Citation
Marquis Who's Who of American Women, 25th Edition. Citation
500 Pitchers, Lark Books, Asheville, NC. Juror: Terry Gess. Image
2005
Studio Potter, vol. 33, no. 2, June. P. 49, “What’s in a Pot? The Arrowmont Exhibition at the Utilitarian Clay Symposium” by Gail Kendall. Work pictured. P. 61, “Potters’ Favorite Pots”, quoted
Clay Times, v.11, no. 4, July/August, p. 64.“Two Books Celebrate the Penland School of Crafts” by Steve Branfman. Cited as chapter in The Penland Book of Ceramics
Clay Times, v. 11, no. 2, March/April. P. 44, cited as NCECA Clay National juror
500 Cups, Lark Books, Asheville, NC, jurors: artists Tom and Elaine Coleman.. Work pictured pp. 107, 194
2004
The NCECA Journal, Vol. 24.Citation of work in “2003 Clay National” by Glen Brown, work pictured p. 174. Citation of work, “The New Maiolica: Traditions and Innovations” by Matthias Ostermann, p. 103
Ceramics Monthly, vol. 52, no. 10, December. Work pictured, quoted p. 59, “Utilitarian Clay IV: Celebrate the Object” by Sherman Hall
Making Marks: Discovering the Ceramic Surface, by Robin Hopper, Krause Publications, Iola, WI. Work pictured p.152, p.287
Electric Kiln Ceramics by Richard Zakin, Krause Publications, Iola, WI
The Nature of Craft and the Penland Experience, Lark Books, Asheville, NC. Work pictured p. 94, biography p.199
Robert Archambeau: Artist, Teacher, Collector. Catalog to accompany exhibition. The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba, Canada. Citation p. 64, work pictured p. 68
2003
Marquis Who’s Who in America 58th ed., New Providence, NJ
Craft and Art of Clay,4th edition, Susan Peterson. Prentice Hall/Themes and Hudson, 2003. Work pictured
Ceramics Monthly, v.51, no. 10, December, pp. 49-54, “21st Century Ceramics in the United States and Canada” various authors. Work pictured p. 52
Ceramic Review: the International Magazine of Ceramic Art and Craft (U.K.), Issue 204, November/December, p. 56, “Book Reviews”. Cited in review of The Penland Books of Ceramics: Master Classes in Ceramic Techniques
21st Century Ceramics in the United States and Canada, edited by Bill Hunt. The American Ceramics Society. Publication in conjunction with the exhibition curated by Bill Hunt. P. 7. Work pictured
Ceramic Review: the International Magazine of Ceramic Art and Craft (U.K.), Issue 203, September/October, pp. 38-41. “Private Gestures” by Glen Brown, art historian Kansas State University. Article about the significance of Arbuckle current studio works, color illustrations
Tea Anyone?; the Donna Moog Teapot Collection, Glenn Adamson and Davira Tragin, The Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI. P. 28, work pictured
Studio Potter, v.32 no.1, June, p.85. Citation “The NCECA Residency Awards”
Clay Times, v. 9 no. 3, May/June, p. 17. Citation in “Posey Bacopoulos at Terra Incongnito” by Linda Hillman
The Penland Book of Ceramics: Master Classes in Ceramic Techniques , Lark Books. Chapter on work and techniques, pp. 90-107
500 Bowls, Lark Books, Asheville, NC, juror John Britt. Pp. 183, 310, 409
2002
Ceramic Surface Decoration: Contemporary Approaches and Techniques by Matthias Ostermann, A & C Black, London; University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 2002, p. 133. Artist statement, process information, work pictured in color
500 Teapots, Lark Books, Asheville, NC, juror Kathy Triplett. Works pictured pp. 23, 59, 396
Working with Clay 2nd ed, Susan Peterson, Prentice Hall Inc., Saddle River, NJ. Work pictured p. 90
Ceramics Monthly, v. 50, no.7 September, p. 10-11, “National Exhibition of Functional Pottery”, citation as juror, juror’s statement quoted
Ceramics Monthly, v.50, no. 5, May, p. 37, p.40, “Evolving a Tradition, The University of Florida Ceramics Program” by Wynne Wilbur. Citation, work pictured
Clay Times, v.8 no. 2, March/April, p. 19, “Intriguing Uses of Commercial Glazes” by Lana Wilson
Work pictured, citation. P.59, “Minor works by Major Ceramists: A Mail-art Project” by Chris Garcia. Work pictured, citation

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