JULY 14 - AUGUST 11, 2016

Resident Artists and Fellows

Greenwich House Pottery is pleased to announce the launch of the Greenwich House Pottery Residency and Fellowship, a program designed to support artists’ projects. Our goal is to open up our facility to raise awareness around the importance of the creative engagement with ceramics. These two new opportunities add to our long history of resident artist and artist-in-residence programming. Ultimately, these efforts introduce more artists to the pleasure of clay and new perspectives that ceramics uniquely provides. Residents through out the year will participate in a group exhibition in the Jane Hartsook Gallery opening July 14.

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Sheila Pepe is the first in this new Residency (September 22 - November 24, 2015). Pepe is best known for her large-scale, ephemeral installations and sculpture made from domestic and industrial materials. Since the mid-1990s Pepe has used feminist and craft traditions to investigate received notions concerning the production of canonical artwork as well as the artist’s relationship to museum display and the art institution itself. 


 Sheila Pepe, Under the F & G, Visual Art Center of Virginia, Richmond VA, 2003


Halsey Rodman (Residency: January 4 - March 4, 2016) "One of the concerns of this show is the difficulty of defining entities: If every entity is in a state of continuous change, how can an entity ever, like the meaning of a phrase, arrive in a state of completeness? How can we recognize when the true flower arrives if it is always somewhere between seed and dust? Or, how can I speak fully as myself when I am always changing?" - Halsey Rodman


 Halsey Rodman, Solaris Bedroom Set / Cloned Clocks, 2013


Margaret Lanzetta ( Residency: March 21 - May 23, 2016) "My work draws inspiration from Buddhism, nature, Islamic architecture, industry and sixty’s pop culture. Partly schematic, partly metaphoric, the work incorporates a complex amalgam of geometric forms and archetypal organic plant forms juxtaposed with repetitive patterns extracted from architecture and surface textures of industrial materials." - Margaret Lanzetta


 Margaret Lanzetta, Arid Cultivars series, 2015 


Giselle Hicks (Residency June 6 - August 8, 2016) "Each body of work satisfies a different creative impulse, always with the intention of making something beautiful for one to encounter or live with. I enjoy a studio practice where I can move from one body of work to another.  Fortunately, I have a studio in Helena, Montana where I am able to do just that." - Giselle Hicks


 Giselle Hicks, And Then It Was Still II, 2012 

Gallery Contact:
Aimee Odum
212-242-4106 ext. 25
16 Jones St. New York, NY 10014
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 12- 6 PM or by appointment




This program is supported by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, the Allan Buitekant Fund for Ceramic Art & Inquiry, the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, the Hompe Foundation, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.


Greenwich House Pottery
16 Jones Street
New York, NY 10014
(212) 242-4106
(Note: GHP is not ADA accessible)

Studio Hours:
Monday: 6:00–10:00pm
Tuesday–Friday: 9:30am–10:00pm
Saturday: 9:30am–6:00pm
Sunday: 9:30am–5:00pm
See calendar below for exceptions.

Jane Hartsook Gallery 
Wednesday – Saturday:  
12:00 – 6:00 p.m. 
(or by appointment)
Email or call at 212-242-4106 x25

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