Selected Work

18th Annual National K12 Ceramic Exhibiition
3/24/2015 - 3/27/2015
Kathy King
My work centers on the presentation of narrative through ceramic vessels, tile work and printmaking, either separately or combined in installation, with a feminist point of view. I am interested in mapping the ways popular culture not only reflects women’s lives, but also shapes them. It is this influence that demands critical examination. The use of satirical humor, irony and sarcasm often provides a seductive vehicle to approach issues of gender and sexuality within my work. The combination of narrative presented on the surface, united with the intended utility of each vessel, allows a dialogue between the essence of the object and its narrative. Individually, each pot’s narrative may convey a singular thought, but when the work is considered together in a serial format, the story unfolds.
Rhode Island Convention Center
1 Sabin St
Room 550 A/B
Providence, RI 02903
401-458-6000
www.riconvention.com

Selected Work will be visible online after the first day of the Event.

Image Title Student Teacher School
Midaeum  Sophie D   Collins, Emily Stivers School For The Arts - Dayton, OH 
A Mouth Full of Peas  Phillip S   Dunham, Monica Festival Of Arts - Laguna Beach, CA 
Burnt Tower  Montrice A   Collins, Emily Stivers School For The Arts - Dayton, OH 
Textured Raku Vase  Fan F   Lindner, John ConcorD-Carlisle Regional High School - Concord, MA 
Round Naked Raku  Ethan P   Lindner, John ConcorD-Carlisle Regional High School - Concord, MA 
California Drought  Cooper R   Maurice, Anne Marin Academy - San Rafael, CA 
Family Teapot  Holly V   Fulton, Elizabeth Thornton High School - Thornton, CO 
Piano  Sylvia T   Tong, Adriel Millbrook School - Millbrook, NY 
Secret of the Sea  Samantha S   Harrington, Tara North Kingstown High School - North Kingstown, RI 
Endangered  Sylvia T   Tong, Adriel Millbrook School - Millbrook, NY