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Jeremy Randall

Jeremy Randall

Jeremy Randall’s references to rural American architecture and antique rural implements places the viewer in a familiar setting that is layered with time, function and history .The colors used refer to milk-painted surfaces, layered and stained by generations of use, while the wire elements and steel tacks are placed in the clay surface to give a direct connection to ideas of construction and joinery.

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Jeremy Randall Double Stack Vase at MudFire Gallery
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Jeremy Randall Lobed Wall Plate at MudFire Gallery
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Jeremy Randall Rectangular Dish at MudFire Gallery
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Jeremy Randall Corrugated Mug at MudFire Gallery
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Jeremy Randall Green Perforated Cup at MudFire Gallery
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Jeremy Randall Triangular Perforated Cup at MudFire Gallery
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Jeremy Randall Triangular Rivet Cup at MudFire Gallery
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Jeremy Randall at MudFire

Gallery group show Damn Right I Got the Blues, June 2011

 

Jeremy Randall Artist Bio

Jeremy Randall has his B.F.A. from Syracuse University and his M.F.A. in ceramics from the University of Florida. He currently lives in Tully, New York, where he owns and operates his studio. Jeremy is a visiting professor of art at Cazenovia College, and an adjunct professor of art at Syracuse University. Jeremy has been involved in numerous national and international shows, and has work included in the permanent collections of Robert and Jane Myerhoff in Baltimore and the Southern Illinois University Museum in Carbondale, Illinois.

 

Jeremy Randall Artist Statement

Familiarity evokes memory and I look to this association to present nostalgia through form. My reference to rural American architecture and antique rural implements places the viewer in a familiar setting which is layered with time, function and history while color creates celebration in these iconic objects. The vessel forms tie these objects back to the domestic space, enriching ones living environment while allowing for quiet contemplation and a reminder of a simpler time.

Jeremy Randall Artist Resume

Education:
2005, University of Florida, School of Art And Art History; MFA in ceramics.
2000, Syracuse University; BFA in ceramics.
Professional Experience:
2009, Owner. Imagine That. Retail space specializing in fine art and fine handcraft, focusing on the domestic, design and functional objects.
2008-2009, Interim Acting Gallery Director, Cazenovia College Art Gallery, Cazenovia College. Duties include hanging and de-installation of Shows, coordinating artists and scheduling gallery shows and events.
2007, Juror. The Cup. Object of Function, Object of Metaphor. Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City, Florida.
2007-Present, Studio Manager, Cazenovia College. Oversee operation of sculpture, wood shop and ceramics studios. Duties include studio up-keep, repairs to shop equipment, ordering materials and coordinating studio art work-study students
2005, Kiln Technician, Graduate assistantship appointment, Spring 2004. Duties include general shop maintenance and organization, repair and wiring of electric kilns, repairs to burners, plumbing and safety hardware, firing and general kiln maintenance.
2004, Assistant to Tony Marsh, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle ME
2004, Participant; Kiln Building workshop, University of Florida. Assisted Matt Long in a two-week workshop focusing on design and construction of a cross draft soda kiln.
2003-2004, President of H.O.T. Clay, a student run ceramics organization affiliated with University of Florida's student government.
2003-2004, Coordinator of visiting artist workshop with Jim Lawton in a two day demonstration. University of Florida.
2003, Coordinator of visiting artist workshop with Margaret Bohls in a two day demonstration. University of Florida.
2003, Participant; Wood-firing workshop. Rock Creek Pottery. Cosby, TN
2000-2001, Apprentice, Bennington Potters. Apprentice in production pottery working as mold maker using production mold making techniques, assisted in new product launch and production.
Teaching Experience:
2009 - Present, Adjunct Professor of Ceramics, Syracuse University. Teaching introductory wheel throwing.
2009-Present, Visiting professor of Art Cazenovia College, Cazenovia NY. Full term appointment teaching introductory ceramics, introductory sculpture and freshmen foundations. Member of Foundations committee working to develop a new foundations program for the college
2008-2009, Visiting Professor of Art, Cazenovia College, Cazenovia NY. Term appointment teaching 9 credits Fall and 9 credits Spring; 3D Design, First Year Seminar, Drawing 1, and Site and Space. Other duties include undergraduate major advisement, attending Faculty Meetings, and Division Meetings.
2007, Sabbatical Replacement for David MacDonald, Syracuse University Ceramics Department, Syracuse NY. One semester appointment teaching two sections of intro wheel throwing and one section of intro hand building.
2005 -2008, Adjunct Professor of Studio Arts, Cazenovia College, Cazenovia NY. Sole Responsibility for teaching SA 132 (3d Design), SA131 (2D Design) and SA 111 (Drawing 1) in Fine Arts Foundations Program.
2005-2008, Adjunct Professor of Ceramics and Foundations, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY. Sole responsibility for teaching CER 222 (Intro Hand building), CER 223 (Intro Wheel Throwing) and FND 112 (3D Design).
2004, Graduate teaching assistant to Prof. Linda Arbuckle with advanced ceramics class ART 4760, with sole responsibility for Friday class meetings. Assist students with technical, aesthetic, and conceptual problems in developing personal work as well as moderate discussion sessions on readings pertaining to conceptual and contemporary issues in art.
2003, Visiting Artist Workshop; Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville, FL. Demonstrated throwing and hand building techniques and gave a slide presentation.
2002, Visiting Artist; Duval Fine Arts Academy, Gainesville, FL. Gave a slide lecture about ceramics and the University of Florida ceramics department. Demonstrated hand-building techniques to elementary art students.
2002, Graduate teaching assistant; sole responsibility for teaching ceramics 2773, "Ceramics Surface and Form." Spring semester, 2003
2002, Graduate teaching assistant to Prof. Linda Arbuckle with advanced ceramics class ART 4760, with sole responsibility for Friday class meetings. Fall semester, 2002
Exhibitions:
2011
Seaport World Trade Center, Boston MA. "CraftBoston" 10th Annual Retail Craft Exhibition. Directors Choice Award.
2010
Funke Fired Arts, Cincinatti OH. "Surface and Form: Traditions and Innovations. Presenters Exhibition in conjunction with potters council workshop by the same name.
Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston MA. "Our Cups Runneth Over". Invitational Exhibition, Curated by Fabio Fernandez.
Kevin Lehman Pottery, Lancaster PA. "17th Annual Strictly Functional Pottery National". Juried by Bill Van Guilder.
University Gallery, Mississippi State University, MS. "Three Cups of Tea." Invitational Cup Exhibition.
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach FL. "Motley Moxie" Invitational Exhibition curated by Tammy Marinuzzi.
Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore MD. "Encore" Invitational Exhibition.
Roswell Art Center West, Roswell GA. "Drink" Invitational Exhibition, August 2010. Curated by AJ Argentina, Connor McKissack and Debra Fritts.
St. Davids Church, Dewitt NY. Celebration of the Arts 2010. Invitational Exhibition
XL Projects Gallery, Syracuse NY. Syracuse University Annual Faculty Show.
XL Projects Gallery, Syracuse NY. Stone Canoe Arts Journal Artist Review Exhibition. Curated Exhibition, Juried Publication
Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, MT. Featured Artist Solo Exhibition. Invitational Exhibition.
2009
Meredith Gallery, Baltimore MD. Adorned: Holiday Tables Dressed In Functional Ceramics. Invitational exhibition.
Imagine That, Skaneateles NY. Familiarity. Solo exhibition
Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore MD. Skin Deep. Invitational exhibition focusing on surface techniques and development.
Ceramics Monthly. Emerging Artists 2009. Juried published exhibition, May 2009 issue.
Limestone Art Gallery, Fayetteville, NY. Industrial Domestications. Solo Invitational Exhibition
Art House Gallery, Atlanta GA. The Sketchbook Project. National exhibition traveling across the US.
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL. Mad Hatters Tea Party. International Juried Exhibition. Juried by Helen Otterson.
Cazenovia College Art Gallery, Cazenovia NY. Biennial Art And Design Faculty Exhibition.
Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore Maryland. Couplets. Invitational
Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City, FL. Second Annual Cup Show. Juried by Matt Long. Invited Artist.
2008
Market House Craft Center, Lancaster, PA. Strictly Functional Pottery National 16. Juried by Linda Arbuckle.
City Art Gallery, Columbia SC. "School's Out! Ceramics Invitational".
Standard Ceramics, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania NCECA Conference. "From Belgrade to Bellingham. Recent work by Syracuse University Faculty and Grads." Invitational
Saddleback College, Mission Viejo, California. Da Yu Xiao Hu 3: Third International Small Teapot Competition and Show. Juried by Guangzhen "po" Zhou.
University of Arkansas Monticello. UAM Annual Cup Show. Juried
Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City, Florida. The Cup: Object of Function, Object of Metaphor. Juror
2007
Stone Quarry Art Park, Cazenovia NY. Syracuse Ceramics Guild Annual Ceramics Fair. Juried
NCECA 2007, Louisville KY. Acadamia: The New American Apprenticeship. Invitational
Cazenovia Art Gallery, Cazenovia, NY. Cazenovia College Faculty Show.
2006
Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore MD. Winterfest 2006. Invitational.
Cazenovia Art Gallery, Cazenovia, NY. Cazenovia College Faculty Show.
2005
University Gallery, Gainesville, FL. Quiet Transformations. Thesis Exhibition for Master of Fine Arts degree.
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Il. Clay Cup X. Juried show curated by Virginia Scotchie.
The Mill Center, Baltimore, MD. A Natural Touch. Invitational, Curated by Sarah Panzarella.
The Flag House, Baltimore, MD. A Good Ex-Cuse. Invitational, Curated by Mary Cloonan.
2004
Media Image Gallery, Gainesville, FL. Holiday Ceramics Show. Invitational.
Haystack School of Arts and Crafts, Deer Isle, ME. Faculty and Assistants Exhibition.
Oak Hall Gallery, Gainesville, FL. Clayboration. Invitational
Baker University, Baldwin City KS. 2004 International Orton Cone Box Show. Juried By Richard Notkin.
Oak Hall Gallery, Gainesville, FL. Marks and Meaning: Beyond the Surface. Invitational
2003
W.A.R.Phaus Gallery, Gainesville FL. One, Two . . . First and Second year graduate student review show.
Reitz Union Gallery, University of Florida, Gainesville FL. GRADAA. Invitational
Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City FL. "Clay Tangent. Fourteen Artists From The University of Florida".
Baltimore Clay Works, Baltimore MD. Winterfest. Invitational
Media Image Gallery; Gainesville FL. Winter Clay Show. Invitational
University Gallery, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL. Clay Cup IX. National juried competition, Juried by Richard Shaw.
2002
Focus Gallery, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. One Down, Two To Go. First year MFA review show.
Reitz Union Gallery; University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Clay And Prints: First Year Ceramic And Printmaking Grads. Invitational
Focus Gallery; University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. The Upper Class. Invitational.
Media Image Gallery; Gainesville, FL. Ceramics For The Holidays Invitational
Volunteer Work:
2010, Baltimore Clayworks; Baltimore MD. Clay Gala. Auction Donation. Invited artist
2010, Charlie Cummings Gallery; Gainesville, FL. "Best Foot Forward" Auction donation for Drew Anderson. Invited Artist.
2008, New School, Syracuse, NY. Work donated for silent auction for fundraising efforts
2008, Blue Seed Studios. Lake Placid, NY. Donation of work for studio funding auction
2005, Turn Back The Tide, Gainesville, FL. Donor for Tsunami relief art auction.
2004, Empty Bowls. Gainesville, FL. Donated bowls to be sold to benefit area homeless
2004, Gainesville Artist's Cooperative Benefit Auction, Gainesville, FL. Donor for area artist cooperative fund-raiser art auction.
Awards:
2005, Purchase Award, Clay Cup X, Southern Illinois University. Given by Virgina Scotchie.
2004, Mary B. Bishop/Francis S. Merritt Scholarship, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
2004, Art and Perception Award, 2004 International Cone Box Show
2004, Purchase award, 2004 International Cone Box Show
2002-2005, Graduate teaching assistantship, University of Florida.
2002, University of Florida Grant, University of Florida.
Publications:
2011, Ceramic Arts Daily. Video made and posted on website on building processes and techniques.
2011, http://ceramicartsdaily.org/pottery-making-techniques/handbuilding-techniques/pottery-video-of-the-week-slab-building-architecturally-inspired-forms-with-jeremy-randall/
2010, "500 Vases" Published by Lark Books. Two color images published. Juried by Julia Galloway.
2010, November issue of Clay Times. Image used in an article on 17th Annual Strictly Functional Pottery National exhibition.
2010, Stone Canoe Arts Journal #4. Book published focusing on artists working in the central NY Region. Two color images published.
2009, Ceramics Monthly. May 2009 issue. Emerging artists article and images published.
2009, Syracuse Post Standard. Image published. Neighbors east section with write up on Solo show at Limestone Gallery
2007, Syracuse Post Standard. Work reviewed in write-up for Cazenovia College Annual Faculty Show.
2005, 500 Cups. Published by Lark Books. Image published. Juried
2004, Ceramic Review Magazine, #206, March/April 2004. Pg 14. Image Used
2003, Baltimore Weekly, Volume 27 No. 47, Pg. 137. Image published.
2003, Syracuse University College of Visual and Performing Arts recruitment catalogue. Image published
Memberships:
Syracuse Potters Guild
National Council on Education of the Ceramic Arts.
Trout Unlimited
Collections:
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Il. University Museum, Permanent Collection.
Myerhoff Collection. Baltimore, MD. Private Collection