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NEW YORK CERAMICS AND GLASS FAIR
Historic to Contemporary

Preview Hours JANUARY 18TH 5 - 8:30 pm - January 22, 2017




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Artwork

1929 - 2014

“MY ART has always come out of need. Not everyone may like what I do, but I can only make what I feel in my heart. You have to have courage to put out what you know to be truth.

I enjoy art that has something to say, or questions to ask. I enjoy knowing I am the sum of all that has gone before. Through art, I am able to make the intangible tangible, release my subconscious and give physical reality to emotional conditions.

When I work, I am a loner. I can’t have anyone in the studio. It’s a very personal and private place. I am pretending in there. But I’m never lonely, and I love involvement with people. That’s why I do workshops.”

- Don Reitz
Don Reitz (1929 - 2014)

Playing Fields
13 x 13 x 1.25 in.  
black earthenware, engobes and salt

Odd man out
18 x 7 x 9 in.  
woodfired, stoneware

Teabowl II
5 x 5 x 5 in.  
stoneware, wood-fired

Ash Encrusted Platter
11 x 18 x 4.75 in.  
Anagama-fired stoneware