Online Ceramics Charity Auction

BY SP STAFF
Jun 24, 2020

A group of galleries, collectors, artists, and art-related businesses have joined together in an online ceramic auction to provide direct monetary support to craft artists and organizations. In doing so, they hope to unite the ceramics community in our shared values. The auction starts on eBay from Friday, June 19 and runs through Sunday, June 28 at 7 p.m. (EST)/ 4 p.m.(PST) (https://www.ebay.com/usr/studiopottery). Scroll down this page to see the works available that benefit Studio Potter.

Sale proceeds have been designated for The Studio Potter, CERF+, Arizona State University Art Museum Ceramic Research Center, Everson Museum of Art, Howard Kottler Scholarship Fund at Cranbrook Art Academy, and the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts.

A special thank you to Jeffrey Spahn Gallery, the founder of this event, for their generosity of organizing this event.


Studio Potter would like to thank the following their donation:

Ashwini Bhat
Catherine White
Donald Clark
Ferrin Contemporary
Hayne Bayless, Sideways Studio
Mark Shapiro, Stonepool Pottery
Michael Simon
Robbie Lobell, Cook on Clay

Donated Work to Benefit Studio Potter, Avaliable Now on Ebay:

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Michael Simon, Oval Bowl with Cut Rim

Ashwini Bhat, Bronze Bloom

Catherine White, White Trails Two Vase

Cook on Clay, 4 Quart Casserole Pot with Lid

Elizabeth McDonald, Orb

Hayne Bayless, Long Tray

Lisa Mandelkern, Teapot

Mark Shapiro, Pair of Mugs

Michael Corney, Mug

Sam Taylor, Ewer

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