upcoming exhibitions

TBA, Delaware Center For Contemporary Art, Wilmington, Delaware (solo)
TBA, Hockaday Museum of Art, Kallispell, Montana (solo)
Walking Shadow, Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton, New Jersey (solo)

recent exhibitions

Whiteout, Plinth Gallery, Denver, Colorado (solo)
110 Church Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The Center for Visual Research at the Lachaise Gallery, Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Art:Sites, Riverhead, New York.
North, Schacht Gallery, Saratoga Springs, New York. (solo)


Plinth Gallery - Whiteout








jury smith -

Snyderman-Works Gallery - New Work





dubh – dialogues in black

Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin, Ireland in February 2 – March 15, 2012
Curated by Brian Kennedy
In Association With: Snyderman-Works Gallery, Philadelphia


Click to read more about the exhibition

Press reception: Thursday, February 2, 5-6 PM

dubh – dialogues in black is an exhibition of contemporary objects featuring work by Irish craftspeople,
designers and artists in dialogue with their American peers. It takes place at the Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.

Brian Kennedy, curator of Dubh: Dialogues in Black at the Oliver Sears Gallery
in Dublin is interviewed on The Works on Irish RTÉ Radio, and Jury's works are featured.



Dubh: Dialogues in Black at the Oliver Sears Gallery in Dublin is reviewed by Seán Rocks on Arena,
which is Irish RTÉ Radio 1’s arts and culture program. The review starts at approximately 24mins 30secs into the program.


The catalog for dubh – dialogues in black has been produced featuring a two specially commissioned essays
on the issues surrounding the exhibition by the Irish Lecturer and Writer Marianne Mays and the US Lecturer
and Writer Richard Deming.

For further information about the catalog and press about the exhibits, visit http://www.studiopractice.ie/dubh.html.

Oliver Sears Gallery
29 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Telephone +353 1 644 9459
Email: info@oliversearsgallery.com


dubh – dialogues in black

American Irish Historical Society, New York, New York. October 7 – November 14, 2011
Curated by Brian Kennedy
In Association With: Snyderman-Works Gallery

Click to view images from the exhibition

Press reception: Thursday, October 6, 5-6 PM
Artist reception: Thursday, October 6, 6-8 PM

dubh – dialogues in black is an exhibition of contemporary objects featuring work by Irish craftspeople,
designers and artists in dialogue with their American peers. It takes place at the American Irish Historical
Society (AIHS), Fifth Avenue, New York City.

The color black has long held a fascination in art, craft and design. The exhibition dubh – dialogues in black
looks at black as both a physical and an emotional starting point for a group of Irish and American artists,
craftspeople and designers. Pairing people from across a range of disciplines ranging from architecture, ceramics,
furniture, glass, jewelry, metal, painting, photography, textiles and wood this exhibition features work
from the most interesting creative voices from Ireland in dialogue with their American peers. Under the
creative direction of curator Brian Kennedy this exhibition will offer an insight into the studio practice
of these artists and their common concerns, a simple starting point with a complex outcome.

The catalog for dubh – dialogues in black has been produced featuring a two specially commissioned essays
on the issues surrounding the exhibition by the Irish Lecturer and Writer Marianne Mays and the US Lecturer
and Writer Richard Deming.

For further information about the catalog and press about the exhibits, visit http://www.studiopractice.ie/dubh.html.

American Irish Historical Society
991 Fifth Avenue at 80th Street
New York, NY 10028
T: 212.288.2263
F: 212.628.7927
Open: Thursday – Sunday, 10-5 PM; Wednesday by appointment.


in|form: jury smith and jill oberman

Clay Art Center, Port Chester, New York. October 1 – 29, 2011

Click to view images from the exhibition

Artist reception: Saturday, October 1, 6-8 PM

In|Form is a duo exhibition of ceramic sculptures by Pennsylvania artist Jury Smith and
Montana artist Jill Oberman, featuring work that attempts to capture a moment in time,
revealing where minimalism meets narrative, ideas can be experienced, and surface defines form.
Click here for more information on the Clay Art Center web site.

Clay Art Center
40 Beech Street
Port Chester, NY 10573
P: 914-937-2047
F: 914-935-1205
Open: Monday – Saturday, 10-4 PM


6th world ceramic biennial 2011 (korea),
gyeonggi international world ceramic biennial

Gyeonggi International World Ceramic Biennale, Icheon World Ceramic Center, Korea. September 25 – November 22, 2011

Gyeonggi International World Ceramic Biennial was first held in 2001 and "is the most prestigious international event in the field of ceramics."
It has established itself as a forum for creative minds where ceramic artists and enthusiasts get together to engage in exchange of
ceramic culture and take the lead in global trends in ceramics.
Click here for more information on the Biennial web site.

Gyeonggi International World Ceramic Biennial
Korea Ceramic Foundation
Icheon World Ceramic Center
406 Gwango-dong
Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do
Republic of Korea


upcoming exhibitions

rock, paper, scissors

Lux Center for the Arts, Lincoln, Nebraska. January 2012

Lux Center for the Arts
2601 North 48th Street
Lincoln, NE 68504-3632
P: 402-466-8692