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Hayne Bayless

Hayne Bayless

Hayne Bayless’ work is handbuilt stoneware or porcelain that is mostly reduction-fired. He uses slab techniques and extruded elements, some with added handles and stems of metal or hand-carved hardwood, to create colorful, artful, functional ceramics.

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Hayne Bayless Handbuilt Cup with Stripes at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Handbuilt Cup with Stripes at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Handbuilt Cup with Stripes at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Handbuilt Cup with Stripes at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Handbuilt Cup with Stripes at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Handbuilt Cup with Stripes at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Handbuilt Cup with Seaweed at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Handbuilt Cup with Seaweed at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Handbuilt Cup with Seaweed at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Handbuilt Cup with Seaweed at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Skull Mug at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Skull Mug at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Skull Mug at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Heart and Crossbones Mug at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless Heart and Crossbones Mug at MudFire Gallery
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Hayne Bayless at MudFire

Gallery group show Pirates vs. Zombies, April 2012
Gallery group show Damn Right I Got the Blues, June 2011
Gallery group show Constructed, April 2010
Gallery group show Teapots A-Go-Go 2006, April 2006

 

Hayne Bayless Artist Statement

The unintended result, often misread as a mistake and so dismissed, is one of the most fertile sources of new ideas. The trick is not to fool with clay's inherent desire to be expressive.

Pay attention to the clay, not only for the sake of each piece, but because the clay will offer - or impose - its own suggestions of new forms and ways to work.

My pots are not so much about harmony, although that does happen, but more about tension. I love what spawns in the friction between what I want the material to do and what it would rather do.



Hayne Bayless Artist Resume

Career:
Established Sideways Studio, Ivoryton, CT, 1990
Member of Board of Directors, Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT, 1992 to present
Graduated University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, B.A. journalism, 1983
Member of Pottery Northwest cooperative, Seattle, 1971
Student of potter Itaka Sokkuzan and sumi painter Ryoichi Saito, Tokyo, 1970
Co-founded pottery program at Fairhaven College, Bellingham, WA, 1970-'71
Co-founded pottery program at Lakeside School, Seattle, 1968-'70
Exhibition History:
AKAR Gallery, Iowa City, IA, Forms & Shapes: The Useful Teapot, 2006, Yunomi Invitational, 2007, 2008, 30 X 5, 2006
40 Years of Clay: Pottery Northwest Alumni & Residents, Northwest Craft Center, Seattle, 2006
Simple Cup Invitational, KOBO at Higo Gallery, Seattle, 2006
The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, one-person show, January 2002
Objects for Use: Handmade by Design, American Craft Museum, New York, 2001
Ceramics USA, University of North Texas, 2000, juror: Ellen Shankin, 1996, juror: Don Reitz
25th Anniversary Cup Show Invitational, Lill Street Gallery, Chicago, 2000
Cups a la Carte and Hot Tea, del Mano Gallery, Los Angeles, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000
The Works Gallery, Philadelphia, one-person show, 1999, two-person show, 1997
The Art of Pouring, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, 1999
Craft Forms '98, Wayne Art Center, PA, 1998, juror: William P. Daley
Treasures 98, Artspace, The Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI, 1998
Studio Potter Collection & Selected Works, New Hampshire Institute of Art, 1998
Orton Cone Box Show, Baker University, KS, 1998
Fletcher Challenge Ceramics Award, Auckland, NZ, 1997, juror: Janet Mansfield
Feats of Clay X, Lincoln, CA, 1997, juror: Ken Ferguson, 1996, juror: Don Reitz
Zoon Gallery, New Haven, CT, 1997
Colorforms: Teapots & Cups, Ferrin Gallery, Northampton, MA, 1997
Fifth Annual Teapot Exhibit, Craft Alliance, St. Louis, 1997
Perceptions in Clay, The Stones Gallery, San Francisco, 1997
Sculpture Objects Functional Art (SOFA) Chicago, Lill Street Gallery, Chicago, 1996
Clay in Retrospect, Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT, 1996
Surface + Form, Baltimore Clayworks, 1996
National Teapot Show III, Cedar Creek Gallery, Creedmoor, NC, 1996
Coffee and Teapot Invitational, Lill Street Gallery, Chicago, 1996
Boulder Arts & Crafts Cooperative, Visiting Artist Series, 1996
Annual Teapot Exhibit, Craft Alliance, St. Louis, 1994, 1996, 1997
30th GALEX National Exhibition, Galesburg, Il, Civic Art Center, 1996, juror: Rudy Autio
DinnerWorks, Louisville Visual Art Association, 1996
Let There Be Light, Lill Street Gallery, Chicago, 1995, 1996
Crafts National 29, Zoller Gallery, Penn State, PA, 1995
Third Annual Strictly Functional Pottery National, Lancaster, PA, 1995, juror: Chris Staley
Ceramics/Northeast, Herter Gallery, UMass., Amherst, 1995, juror: Leon Nigrosh
Contemporary Functional Clay, Craft Alliance, St. Louis, 1995
Pitcher Invitational '95, Lill Street Gallery, Chicago, 1995
National Teapot Exhibition, Artspace/Lima, Lima, OH, 1995, juror: Chris Staley
Annual National Invitational Cup Show, Artworks Gallery, Seattle, 1994, 1995
Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI, Holding Patterns, 1994
Teapot Show, Nancy Margolis Gallery, New York and Portland, ME, 1994, 1995
Tea Party, American Craft Museum, New York, 1993
New Ceramics, Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT, 1993, juror: Val Cushing
15th Annual Tea Party, Ferrin Gallery, Northampton, MA, 1993