Betty Woodman, June in Italy, 2003. Glazed earthenware, epoxy resin, lacquer, and paint, 39 × 89 × 9 in (99.1 × 226.1 × 22.9 cm). Courtesy Frank Lloyd Wright Gallery
Few sectors of the contemporary art market have changed as radically or surprisingly in recent years as ceramics.Join Richard Flood, Director of Special Projects and Curator at Large, for a visit to the Chelsea studio of ceramics pioneer Betty Woodman. Woodman is recognized internationally as one of the most important ceramics artists working today. Through her inventive use of color and form, she creates playful sculptures that tread between utility and fantasy. RSVP by December 5 to Ben Duffy at email@example.com or 212.219.1222 ×270.