Elizabeth Kendall
 
6065 Melbourne Ave.
Deale, Maryland 20751
(703) 517-1551
E-mail: eakendall@gmail.com
www.ElizabethKendallArt.com
 
 Selected Shows
Solo
  • Raveling. Bridgewater University, MA (2018)
  • Windswept. Holly Gallery, Annapolis, MD (2018)
  • From Here to There. Chaney Gallery, Annapolis, MD (2017)
  • A Measure of Grace. Quirk Gallery, Richmond, VA (2014)
  • The Distance Between. Sherrie Gallerie, Columbus OH (2014)
  • EKClay. Sherrie Gallerie, SOFA Expo, Chicago, IL (2013)
  • Arms Wide Open. Lacoste Gallery, Concord, MA (2012)
  • Visual Rhythms. Concord University, WV (2011)
  • Double Sleyed. GRACE Focus Exhibition, Reston, VA (2010)
  • Button Boxes. Cross MacKenzie, Washington DC (2010)
  • Vault Project.  Quirk Gallery, Richmond, VA (2009)
Invitational
2020
  • Melange 1. Circle Gallery, Annapolis, MD
  • She-Ex[pressions of Womahood. Annmarie Gardens, Solomons, MD
  • NCECA. Quirk Gallery, Richmond, VA 
201
  • Art for Gifting. Jo Fleming Gallery, Annapolis, MD
  • Creative Space. Martino Gallery, Annapolis, MD
2018
  • Breath of Fresh Air. Maryland Hall, Annapolis, MD
  • Melange. Circle Gallery, Annapolis, MD
2016
  • No Boundaries. Sherrie Gallerie, Columbus, OH
  • Spacial Interpretations. Montpelier Art Center, Laurel, MD
2015
  • Connection in Clay. Maryland Hall, Annapolis, MD
  • Scratching the Surface. Red Lodge Gallery, MT
  • Virginia Earth. Portsmouth Cultural Center for the Arts, VA
  • Collaborations. Imago Gallery, Warren, RI
  • Alchemical Vessels, Smith Center, Washington, DC
  • Collaborators: A Lively Experiment. Imago Gallery, RI
  • Basic Black, Lacoste Gallery, Concord, MA
2014
  • Tea Time. Clay Art Center, Port Chester, NY
  • Invited Artist, ACC. Baltimore, MD
  • Select 2014.  WPA Exhibition Auction. Artisphere, VA
  • Futures II. Vessels Gallery, Boston, MA
  • Cedar Creek Teapot Invitational. Cedar Creek Gallery. (2017,2014, 2011, 2008, 2005)
  • Pyro Protagonists: A Generation of Ceramic Artists. Washington County Art Museum, MD
  • GRACE Arts Member Show, Reston, VA
2013-2005
  • 40 for 40. GRACE, Reston, VA
  • In The Mix. Crimson Laurel Gallery, Bakersville, NC and Indianapolis, IN
  • Ceramic Spectrum. Jamestown, RI  
  • Friends and Fire-mates. Grimmerhus Ceramic Museum, Denmark
  • Ceramic Sutra. Baltimore Clayworks, Mt. Washington, MD
  • Figure It Out. Clay Art Center, Port Chester, NY
  • The World in A Cup: Sake Vessels from Japan and US. KOBO Gallery, Seattle, WA
  • NBAM 2.0. New Bedford Art Museum, New Bedford, MA.
  • Shuku: the Art of Sake. Vessels Gallery, Boston, MA
  • Two Makers. Celadon Clay Art Gallery. Sag Harbor, NY
  • Simple Cup Show. KOBO Gallery, Seattle, WA
  • Hear/See. Target Gallery in the Torpedo Factory. Alexandria, VA
  • In the Beginning. Chroma Projects Art Laboratory. Charlottesville, VA
  • Language of Form and Surface. Chroma Projects Art Laboratory. Charlottesville, VA
  • Glow. Annmarie Gardens. Solomons, MD
  • First Quarter Exhibition. Carroll Square Gallery. Washington, DC
  • Textural Tracings. Bryan Gallery. Conway, SC
  • Echo. Annmarie Gardens, Solomons, MD
  • re-action: art that will move you! Annmarie Gardens, Solomons, MD
  • Our Cups Runneth Over.  Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, MA
  • The Body in Pots.  August.  Red Star Studios, Kansas City, MO
  • Art Exchange: Wales/America. Llantarnam Grange and Aberystwyth,  Wales
  • Material Translations: Pinch, Coil, Slab. Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
  • The Myth of Permanence.   Pittsburgh, PA
  • Moieties. Three DC artists. Cross MacKenzie Ceramic Arts, Washington, DC
  • Glass, Clay, Wood, Metals, Stone and Fiber. John Weatherhead Gallery, Ft. Wayne, IN
  • Imprint: The Artists From a New Town.  Reston Arts Center, VA
Juried
  • She. Annmarie Gardens, Solomons, MD (2020)
  • VA Fine Arts Festival, Reston, VA (2013)
  • Smithsonian Craft Show. Washington, DC (2013, 2011)
  • 100 Teapots.  Baltimore Clayworks, MD (2013, 2004)
  • Orton Cone Box Show.  Lawrence, KS (2012, 2010, 2008, 2006, 2004, 2002)
  • Workhouse Clay National. Lorton Arts Foundation, Lorton, VA (2011)
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show (2010, 2009)
  • Washington Craft Show (2009)
  • Sleight of Hand.  Gallery 5. Richmond, VA (2008)
  • Platters and Pourers.  Baltimore Clayworks, Mt. Washington, MD (2008)
  • Molded Earth. Target Gallery, Alexandria, VA (2007)
  • Mud, Straw & Sand. Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC (2006)
  • Forms and Shapes: The Useful Teapot, AKAR Gallery, IA (2006)
  • International Juried Teapot Exhibition. Yixing Ceramics Museum, Yixing, PR China (2005)
Selected Awards
  • First Pick, Collectors’ Choice. Annapolis, MD (2018)
  • Jurors Choice. Off the Wall. Waverly Gallery, Bethesda, MD (2018)
  • Finalist, Artist of the Year.  Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria, VA (2009)
  • 2nd place, Sleight of Hand, Gallery 5, Richmond, VA (2009)
  • 2008 Strauss Fellowship Recipient, Arts Council of Fairfax County, VA (2008)
  • Washington Post Top Picks: “Moieties” at Cross MacKenzie Ceramic Arts (2008)
  • Emerging Artist, National Council on the Ceramic Arts (2007)
  • Purchase Award, Conebox Show ((2006)
  • Award of Merit and Peer Choice, Booth Award. Piedmont Craftsmen Show, NC (2005) 
Public Collections and Installations (selected)
  • MGM complex, National Harbor, MD
  • Petroleum Club, Midlands TX
  • The International Ceramic Center, Denmark
  • School of Creative Arts, University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, IN
  • Yixing Ceramics Museum, Yixing, PR China
  • Tolleson Bank, Dallas, TX
  • Hyatt Regency, Tyson Corner, VA
  • Centrum Building, Dallas, TX
  • Regency Hyatt, New Orleans
  • Women’s Club, Fort Worth, TX
  • Givat Haviva, Israel
Publications
Featured Artist
  • Home and Design Magazine. Jan/Feb 2014
  • “Washington Post Express”. Thursday November 15, 2010
  • 500 Pitchers. Spring 2006, Lark Books, Pub., Terry Gess, Juror
  • 500 Cups, Spring 2005. Lark Books, Pub., Tom and Elaine Coleman, Jurors
  • Clay Times, January/February 2004: “Give Me A little Attitude”, by K.T. Anders
Featured Author
  •  “Open Door Policy,” Studio Potter. (2008)
  • “Emerging.” NCECA Journal. (2007)
  • "Slab Happy," Clay Times. (2006)
  • “Pitcher Perfect,” Pottery Making Illustrated. (2005)
  • “Home Away From Home,” Ceramics Monthly. (2004)
  • “Kiln Doctors.” NCECA Journal. (2003)
  • “Mid Atlantic Clay Conference,” Clay Times. (2001)
Teaching
Classroom
  • Maryland Hall, Annapolis MD (ongoing)
  • Bowman House, Vienna, VA (2010-2016)
  • Lake Anne Art Center, Reston, VA. (2000-04)
  • Manassas Clay, Manassas, VA. (1998-2000)
  • EKClay Studios: Seminars, discussion on making, meaning and materials. (2000-ongoing as requested)
Workshops
  • Hood College, Frederick, MD (2018)
  • Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY (2017)
  • Cyan Clayworks, Scotland (2016)
  • Clay Art Guild, Water Mill, NY (2015)
  • Glen Echo Hand Builders, MD (2010)
  • Women’s Studio Workshop, Rosendale, NY (2009)
  • Long Island Potters Guild, NY (2008)
  • VA Beach Potters Guild, VA (2007)
  • Roanoke Potters Guild, VA (2005)
Symposia Participant-lecture and/or Demonstration
  • International Art Symposium, Andolu University, Olympos, Turkey (2019)
  • Association of Israeli Ceramic Artists, Israel (2015)
  • Surface Symposium, Arrowmont, TN (2011)
  • Ceramics: Higher Education and its Future, Eastern State School of Art and Design, NC (2008)
  • National Council on the Education of the Ceramic Arts, Louisville, KY (2007)
  • Montgomery Potters, MD (2005, 2007)
  • Ceramics Roadshow, Los Angeles, CA (2004)
  • MidAtlantic Clay Conference, Front Royal VA (2003, 2005)
  • Kiln Club of Washington DC (2003)
Education 
  • Masters Throwing , Hood College, Frederick, MD (1998)
  • Penland (1998, 2002, 2012); Arrowmont (1995)
  • BA, Smith College, Northampton, MA (1983)                
Community Outreach
  • Cofounder, SoCo Arts Lab, Anne Arundel Co, MD (2018)
  • Standards for Excellence Chair, Maryland Federation of Art, Annapolis, MD (2018-19)
  • Past-President, President, Vice-President, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, ME (2008-2018)
  • Board Member, Cub Creek, Appomattox, VA (2007-08)
  • Volunteer, National Council on the Education of Ceramic Arts, Baltimore, MD (2005)
  • Artist in Residence, Lake Anne Elementary School, Reston, VA (1999-2004) 
Residencies
  • Cyan Clayworks, Edinburgh, Scotland (2016)
  • Givat Haviva, Israel (2015)
  • Robert M. MacNamara Foundation, ME (2008)
  • Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts (1999, 2005)
  • Guldagergaard, Denmark (2003)