Welcome to Iconceramics.
This website features the ceramic artwork of Joseph Pintz. I hope to share with you some insights into my functional and sculptural ceramics.
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Exciting news….I have been selected for a year-long residency at the Roswell Artist Residency in Roswell, New Mexico. Six people are selected each year–not only do they provide artists with housing and a studio but they also offer a generous stipend as well as spousal accommodation (in other words, my wife will be able to have her own studio and work in their print studio as well). The University of Missouri has generously granted me a a research leave and we will be moving there in early September. I will return to MU to teach classes in August 2014.
I am a co-juror for The 6th Annual Lillstreet International BEST SERVED HOT: CERAMICS FOR THE COFFEE RITUAL. Juried by Mark Lyman and Joseph Pintz, August 23 – September 29, 2013, Entry Deadline: Monday, June 30
Conversance: A Sculptural Ceramics Exhibition, FrontierSpace Missoula, Missoula, MT
2013 Spring Exhibit, Perlow-Stevens Gallery, Columbia, MO
Art & The Urban Garden, Lill Street Art Center, Chicago, IL
Object Focus: The Bowl, Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, OR. Check out this article about the show in the NY Times.
Studio Kotokoto is now carrying my pottery. Check out their blog about my work
I am teaching a workshop at Anderson Ranch Art Center in Snowmass Villlage, Colorado.”Less is More: Handbuilt Vessels,” July 22- Aug 2
I am participating in an exhibition entitled “Exquisite Pots II” that will take place at the Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota in September 2013. This exhibition at the Northern Clay Center will be a culmination of the collaborative efforts of eight internationally recognized ceramic artists. I am one of four participating artists that has been invited to be in residence at the Northern Clay Center for one week in July, where we will work together on a new body of work, and finish each other’s wares. Artists who are known for a particular form or glazing method will be paired with the other participating artists to create a body of work that explores the idea of collaboration. Some of the collaboration will be done via mail; fired and unfired pottery in progress will be shipped and finished by the recipient.
I will have a solo show at the University of Nebraska at Omaha Art Gallery in August 2013.
I will have a solo show at Schaller Gallery in St. Joseph, Michigan in July 2013.
Clay Diverged United, Long Beach Island Foundation, Loveladies, NJ
NCECA Biennial 2013, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, TX
Interpretation of the Object, Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, MT