Elenor launches her Etsy shop!
Select items from elenorwilson.com are available in the shop, and more Etsy exclusive items will be added to the shop on an ongoing basis. Click the link above, or the Etsy link in the information panel for items on this site to purchase. For all other items or inquiries, please contact Elenor.
Elenor will be a guest of Robbie Heidinger during the Hilltown 6 Pottery Tour, July 23 & 24, 2016. The tour takes place in Western Massachusetts and involves a total of 9 potters and their guests. More info at hilltown6.com
Elenor was invited by her Taiwanese colleagues to participate in the 6th Annual Arctic Ceramics Symposium on Porcelain and Paper Clay. 20 Artists from 9 different countries participated in this month-long experience in Posio, Lapland, Finland. See her work produced at the Arctic Ceramics Center under "Portfolio" and "Arctic Clay."
Ceramics NOW: Design & Digital Materiality
2014 Taiwan Ceramics Biennial
New Taipei City Ceramics Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
Stemming from her recent investigation of historic ceramic architectural elements from Taiwan, Elenor will be creating a new work for this exhibition that will take place from May to October, 2014.
Flow: The 2014 NCECA Ceramic Arts Invitational, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. February 22 - March 23, 2014.
Elenor's work American Tourister Still Life will be on display as part of this exhibition.
Elenor will be moderating a Panel Lecture, Taiwan - Local, Global Ceramics Community, on Friday, March 21, 2014 at the 2014 NCECA Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Panelists include three accomplished representatives from the Taipei ceramics community.
Elenor Wilson has been promoted to Editor (from her former post as Associate Edior) of The Studio Potter journal. Read the full press release here.
Associate Editor, The Studio Potter Magazine
The Studio Potter is pleased to announce that Elenor Wilson has been appointed to the position of Associate Editor. Elenor is already familiar with the workings of SP, having been an intern here in the fall of 2008, during her graduate school years at SUNY New Paltz. (SP Newsletter, April 2013)