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Annette Gates

Annette Gates

Annette Gates is a studio potter and part time instructor originally from Colorado. Her delicate work is constructed out of translucently thin porcelain and embellished with glass, rubies and sapphires. Distinctive for her use of rolled feet and stained porcelain, Annette’s work is beautiful as it is functional

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Annette Gates Porcelain Vase at MudFire Gallery
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Annette Gates Porcelain Dotted Shot at MudFire Gallery
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Annette Gates Porcelain Shot Glass at MudFire Gallery
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Annette Gates Porcelain Lidded Jar at MudFire Gallery
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Annette Gates Porcelain Ewer at MudFire Gallery
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Annette Gates Mug at MudFire Gallery
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Annette Gates Mug at MudFire Gallery
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Annette Gates Tumbler at MudFire Gallery
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Annette Gates Tumbler at MudFire Gallery
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Annette Gates Artist Bio

Annette is a studio potter and part time instructor living in Athens Georgia. Originally from Colorado, Annette received her BFA in 1993 from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She moved to Georgia in 1996 to pursue a Masters Degree at the University of Georgia, which she completed in 1999.

Since then she has taught locally and nationally at institutions such as the Atlanta College of Art, The Arrowmont School of Art and Craft, Elon University in North Carolina, and the University of Georgia, including the UGA studies abroad program in Cortona, Italy. Annette has been an artist in residence at the International Ceramic Center in Denmark, the Women's Studio Workshop in Rosendale, New York, and the Hambidge Center in North Georgia. Her work is shown nationally in galleries and juried national exhibitions.



Annette Gates Artist Resume

Education:
1999, MFA Ceramics, with Departmental Distinction; Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
1993, BFA Ceramics; University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
Solo and Two Person Exhibitions:
2007 Symbiosis, Porcelain Wall Sculptures, Kiang Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2005, Micro-scopia, exhibition with painter Laura Bell, instructor at the Art Institute of Atlanta. Kiang Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2004, Evidence of things Unseen, solo exhibition. Kiang Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2004, Small Cups and Tangible Gems, exhibition with Rob Jackson, Assistant Professor of Jewelry and Metals at UGA. Broad Street Gallery, University of Georgia, Athens Georgia
2002, Together/Apart, exhibition with Cynthia Lollis, Printmaking and Photography Studio Co-ordinator, Penland School of Crafts. Women's Studio Workshop, Rosendale, New York
2000, Holiday Show, exhibition with Ted Saupe, Associate Professor of Ceramics at UGA. Loblolly Gallery, Athens Georgia
1999, Becoming Audible, MFA Exhibition. Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
1999, In Response, solo exhibition. Lamar Dodd School of Art, Foyer Gallery. University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
1997, Argillaceous: Growing in Clay, solo exhibition. Lamar Dodd School of Art, Courtyard Gallery. University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
1996, Selected Works, solo exhibition. Red Rocks Gallery, Red Rocks Community College, Golden, Colorado
1993, Expectation/ No Expectation, BFA Exhibition, Siebel Wolle Fine Art Gallery, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
Invitational Exhibitions:
2008, Line and Color, MudFire Gallery, Decatur, Georgia
2007, The Unseen, Lee Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, SC Making their Marks: Georgia Women Artists, Brenau University, Gainesville, GA
2006, Perspectives 2006, Invitational Pouring Vessel Show, Oconee Cultural, Arts Foundation, Watkinsville, Georgia Nancy Green, curator
2006, Georgia Potters, Then and Now, Madison Morgan Cultural Center, Exhibition with co-curator Rick Berman. Madison, Georgia
2006, Atlanta Teapot Festival, The Signature Shop and Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2005, Women Ceramic Artists, Cowles Myles Collier East Gallery, Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia
2005, Perspectives 2005, Georgia Potters, Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation, Watkinsville, Georgia
2005, Clay: A Celebration of Organic Form, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta Georgia. Marianne Lambert, curator.
2004, Gather 'Round the Table: 50 Penland Artists, Hodges-Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina
2004, Perspectives 2004, Georgia Potters, Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation, Watkinsville, Georgia
2004, First Annual Chili Bowl and Tumbler Exhibition, Women's Studio Workshop, Rosendale, New York
2003, CLAY, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia. Rick Berman, curator
2002, Small Works Show, Mercury Gallery, Athens, Georgia
2002, RSVP: A Dinnerware Invitational, Penland Gallery, Penland School of Crafts, Penland, North Carolina
2001, Faculty Exhibition, Isabella Cannon Gallery, Elon College, North Carolina
2000, Cups Cupboards and Cabinets, The Signature Shop Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
1999, Faculty Exhibition, Atlanta College of Art, Main Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
1999, Earth and Fire, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
1997, Mostra, Pallazo Vagnotti, Cortona, Italy. University of Georgia Studies Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy
1997, East/West Metals: Student Metalsmithing Exhibition, Kansas State University and the University of Georgia. Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
1995, The Big Little Show, Genre Gallery, Denver, Colorado
Juried Group Exhibitions:
2005, Cup: The Intimate Object IV, Charlie Cummings Clay Studio, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Linda Arbuckle, Juror
2005, Hand Crafted, Rocky Mount Arts Center, Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Juror: Jean McLaughlin, Director, Penland School of Crafts
2004, Eight Fluid Ounces, Louisiana State University School of Art Gallery. Baton Rouge, Louisiana
2004, The 2004 International Orton Cone Box Show, Baker University, Baldwin, Kansas. Janet Mansfield, Editor, Ceramics Art and Perception, Australia and Phil Rogers, England, jurors
2004, The Fourth Minnesota National Print Biennial, Katherine E. Nash Gallery. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Siri Engberg, Associate Curator, Walker Art Center, Marjorie Devon, Director, Tamarind Institute, University of New Mexico, John Scott, Artist, Professor, Xavier University, curators
2004, LaGrange National Biennial, 2004, Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum, LaGrange, Georgia. Eleanor Hartney, juror
2003, La Petite IX, A Small Format Show, Alder Gallery, Coburg, Oregon. Dena E. Brown, Steve Reinmuth, Jill Atkin, jurors.
2003, Under Cover: Book Arts, St. Louis Art Guild Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri. M.J. Goerke, curator
2003, The Wichita National 2003, Wichita Center for the Arts, Wichita, Kansas. Josh DeWeese, Archie Bray Foundation, juror
2003, Lyndon House Art Center 's 28th Juried Exhibition, Lyndon House Art Center, Athens, Georgia. Rachel Blackburn, juror
2003, New Prints, International Print Center, New York, New York. Ann Fensterstock, collector, Joseph Goddu, Director, Hirschl and Alder Galleries, Inc., Laura Steward Heon, curator MASS MoCA, Faye Hirsch, writer and critic, Leonard Lehrer, Dean, Fine and Performing Arts, Columbia College, Chicago, jurors.
2001, Tile: Out of the Box, Torpedo Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia. Peter King, Architectural Ceramist, and Xinia Marin, University of Costa Rica, jurors
2001, Spotlight 2001, American Craft Council Southeast Region Juried Exhibition, Arleene LewAllen, LewAllen Contemporary Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico, juror. Arrowmont School for Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
2001, The Hand Held Cup, Odyssey Center for the Ceramic Arts, Asheville, North Carolina
2001, Lyndon House 26th Juried Exhibition, Lyndon House Art Center, Athens, Georgia. James Dean, founder of the NASA Art Program, Smithsonian Institution, juror.
1998, Toe Five: an exhibition of small works, Pedestrian Gallery, Jacksonville, Florida, Xenia Zed, juror
1998, Lyndon House 24th Juried Exhibition, Morton Theater, Athens, Georgia. William T. Wiley, University of California, Davis, juror
1996, Colorado Clay, Foothills Art Center, Golden, Colorado. Jim Leedy, artist, Kansas City, Missouri, juror
1994, Colorado Open, Foothills Art Center, Golden, Colorado