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Selected Exhibitions

2019

Todd Merrill Studio, Exhibiting Gallery Artist, Tribeca and Southampton, NY

2018

Mindy Horn and Kiyoshi Otsuka, Katonah Museum of Art, Olga Dekalo, curator, Katonah, NY

Visions in Clay 2018, San Joaquin Delta College, Beth Ann Gerstein, curator, Stockton, CA

Seeking the Line:  Horn, Ferrara, Forte, Schiowitz, Dedee Shattuck Gallery, Westport, MA

 

2017

Craft Forms 2017, Wayne Art Center, Nora Atkinson, curator, Wayne, PA

Unbound, Surface Design Association, River Street Gallery, Nancy Moore, curator, New Haven, CT

Gallery Artist, Dedee Shattuck Gallery, Westport, MA, 2017-present

Selected Works, Diana Felber Gallery, West Stockbridge, MA

 

2016

Ceramics by Mindy Horn & Ann Mallory, Mattatuck Museum, Cynthia Roznoy, curator, Waterbury, CT

Small Works, Handwright Gallery, CT

 

2015

A Vessel By Any Other Name, Gallery 66, Cold Spring, NY

Women in Art, NEST Arts Factory, Jane Davila, curator, Bridgeport, CT

 

2014

Art of Transformation: Mindy Horn & Deborah Weiss, Pierce Ball Gallery, Stamford, CT

Juried Members Show, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Jacquie Littlejohn, curator, Ridgefield, CT

 

2013

36th Juried Exhibition, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Laura Einstein, curator, Ridgefield, CT

A Baker’s Dozen:  The Versatile World of Clay, Iona College, Mari Ogihara, curator, New Rochelle, NY

The Women, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Nancy Moore, curator, CT

Elements, KMAA exhibit, Hammond Museum, Salem, NY

 

2012

Collective Vision, Silvermine Guild Art Center, New Canaan, CT

The White Show, Ambergris Gallery, Block Island, RI

 

2011

Spectrum, The Carriage Barn, New Canaan Society for the Arts, New Canaan, CT

Art of the Northeast, Silvermine Guild Art Center, New Canaan, CT

Bowls As Art, Honorable Mention, Guilford Art Center, CT

Silvermine Guild New Members' Show, Silvermine Guild Art Center, New Canaan, CT

I work as a ceramic artist and as a paper conservator in Connecticut and New York.  My ceramics are in public and private collections.  My interest in ceramics and paper conservation relate to one another.  Both disciplines require meticulous work, an appreciation of science and of technique, and the love and understanding of art. Porcelain and paper are related materials.  Both are fragile, transformable and respond fundamentally to touch.  With time and use, both materials physically record their own history.

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