August 2017 Exhibition

Guest Curator: Taylor Robenault

Artist to Show:

Taylor Robenalt

Kevin Rohdes

Travis Winters

Rachel Ballard 

Ben Lambert

Kenzuke Yamada

Jamie Bates Slone

Richard W. James

Kyungmin Park

Sara E. Morales

Ceramics Sculpture Culture 


Ceramic Sculpture Culture is collective of artists whose intent is to support and promote the growth and understanding of contemporary ceramic sculpture. Sculpture has always been a major part of the ceramics conversation and Ceramic Sculpture Culture would like to use its platform to encourage more growth in the sculpture area. Ceramic Sculpture Culture intends on accomplishing this ideal by showing as a group in galleries nationwide, creating and hosting informative workshops in studios and art centers, writing and publishing articles in contemporary art publications, and participating in panel discussions and symposiums throughout the year. We also intend on creating and maintaining a large social media platform that will highlight ceramic sculpture artists and will help create a massive image library for artists and consumers alike. We want to provide an avenue for ceramic sculptors to easily connect and communicate with one-another. Our hope is to encourage a new generation of younger artists to push the boundaries of their medium and to continue to forge a strong voice in the overall contemporary ceramics culture.


Ceramic Sculpture Culture wants to present a collection of figurative and representational ceramic artist to galleries, educational institutions, and art centers around the nation. We want to open share the ideas, techniques, and applications that go into our daily processes and work as a group of professional artists committed to expanding the practice of ceramic sculpting. The artists in this collective are united in our use of imagery to open up a dialogue of current social issues. Each one of these artists is committed to the medium of clay as a fundamental vehicle for their unique and modern expressions. With the use of dramatic imagery, unique surfaces, and social commentary, Ceramic Sculpture Culture will help to establish a new voice in the field of contemporary ceramics.

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