About

Warren Mather Jingdezhen

Warren Mather, BA Anthropology, University of Wisconsin (1969). Warren is the originator of sodium carbonate spray as a substitute for salt glaze firing. Recent works are panoramas of urban and nature imagery from digital photographs that are screen printed, hand colored, fired and glazed on ceramic wall pieces.

Exhibitions include; “Clay Prints,” Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, Indiana, “Touch the Earth,” Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, ”Contemporary Spins on Blue and White Ceramics, Lacoste Gallery, Concord, MA(2013); ”Earth and Alchemy,” Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA, “Tree Rings,” Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University, Boston(2012); “Ripple Effect, The Art of H2O,” Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA, “Art Encounters Preservation,” Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, “Craft meets Technology,” Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville, Kentucky (2011); “Photo Clay,” Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA, “Earth Matters,” NCECA Invitational, Philadelphia, PA, “Water Lines,” Lacoste Gallery, Concord, MA (2010); “International Printmaking Symposium Exhibition,” Jingdezhen, China (09); “Urban Perspectives,” Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art, Boston, Texting, Print and Clay,” Pewabic Pottery, Detroit, Michigan (08); “Landscape Shapes,” Lacoste Gallery, Concord, MA, (07); SOFA New York, (06); Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire; (04); “Photo-Ceramics,”Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art, Boston, Fuller Museum of Art, Brockton; (03); World Architectural Ceramics Exhibition, Foshan, China; Slater Museum, Norwich, Connecticut; (02); Blue Spiral 1, Asheville, North Carolina (01); Galerie Caroline Corre, Paris, France (89); and Museum Bellerive,  Zurich, Switzerland (87).

His public art includes photo-clay installations for Fidelity Investments, Boston; and Cambridge Savings Bank. And in collaboration with Nancy Selvage ceramic murals for the National Park Service, Grand Canyon, Arizona: Keene State College, Keene, New Hampshire: and the State Zoo of North Carolina;.

He recently completed an Artist in Residence at Elsewhere Studios in Paonia, Colorado and has been an AiR in Anderson Ranch, Snowmass, Colorado, Sanbao, China, Kecskemet, Hungary, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont and Jurmala, Latvia.   He is a 2011 Finalist in Crafts for the Massachusetts Cultural Council and was twice a Sculpture finalist for Massachusetts Artist Foundation. His work has been published in The Boston Globe, Ceramics Art and Perception, 500 Prints in Clay, The Atlanta Constitution,  Studio Potter, Ceramics Monthly, Soda Glazing, International Ceramic Studio, Bucher Ohne Worte, Images in Clay Sculpture, and Low Fire.

You can download my resume here

 

 

Contact Information

70 Hobbs Brook Road

Weston, Massachusetts USA  02493-2037

781-891-0994

warmather@aim.com

Faculty – School of the Museum of Fine Arts – retired

Boston, Massachusetts USA