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2012 Voulkos Visiting Artist Fellow

 

The Bray is pleased to have Andrea Gill working in the Voulkos Visiting Artist Studio as the 2012 Voulkos Visiting Artist Fellow this October. During this time she will have an opportunity to share her knowledge and experience as well as gain new ones.

In addition to spending time in the studio, Gill will present a two-day demonstration workshop on October 19–20.

Gill is a Professor of Ceramic Art at Alfred University’s College of Ceramics. She earned her BFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design, studied at the Kansas City Art Institute, and earned an MFA from Alfred University in New York. She has been a resident at the Archie Bray Foundation and Anderson Ranch, and was awarded two Artist Fellowship Grants from the National Endowment for the Arts. She has taught workshops across the US and Canada, exhibited nationally and internationally, and is currently represented by the Harvey Meadows Gallery in Aspen, Colorado.  Her work is in many private and public collections.  She maintains a studio with her husband, John Gill, in Alfred, NY.


Crewel Work, 2007
low fire ceramic, majolica glaze, engobes
34" x 18" x 12"


Madonna Series: Sweet, 2010
low fire ceramic, majolica glaze
28 " x 14" x 9"



The Voulkos Visiting Artist Fellowship was created in memory of the renowned ceramic artist, Peter Voulkos. His family and friends established the Fellowship at the Archie Bray Foundation to invite a distinguished artist to work at the Bray each year. Peter Voulkos taught by example, working alongside other artists in the studio, fostering artistic exchange and dialogue, and nurturing mutual respect. In the same spirit, the Voulkos Fellow is invited to work in an environment that encourages interaction among the artists and the Bray community.