A selection of work is available through my etsy store here. ***FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS over $75 UNTIL DEC 16, 2018***
I am a potter residing in North Eastern Oregon, focusing on atmospheric fired functional pots and vessels. I am Studio Technician and Resident Coordinator at the LH Project in Joseph, Oregon.
Visit my Facebook page for my studio updates and news, James Tingey Ceramics. I'll be periodically posting work in progress, news and special offers.
The Art Spirit Gallery in Coeur D'Alene, ID also carries a selection of my work. Go see it in person or check it out online.
Follow on Instagram: @jamestingey and @kilnbuilding
Trinity Ceramics in Dallas has begun mixing one of my clay bodies for me and we're making it available to everyone. T-Mix, is now available only through Trinity. It's a porcelaineous clay I've been working with for a few years, it works especially well in wood and soda firings, along with cone 10 oxidation or reduction.
EVENTS + EXHIBITIONS
I have a piece included in the AMOCA Biennial Fahrenheit 2018, at American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, California. Show runs March thru July 2018.
I'll be showing in Texas again, I've been included in a woodfire show at TEA+ART in Houston, curated by Jeff Forster.
I'm honored to be selected as a finalist for the Zanesville Prize for Contemporary Ceramics, in Zanesville, Ohio. This will be my second time exhibiting at this venue. More info at www.zanesvilleprize.org
One of my pieces will be included in the Clay National XII, at Carbondale Clay Center in Carbondale, CO.
I've joined ArtAxis, an independant network of contemporary ceramic artists. Its a great resource for students, instructors, curators and collectors
I will be joining the Pleasant Hill Pottery Spring Studio Sale, May 6+7.
I will be Visiting Artist at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington
OPB Oregon Art Beat did a story on the LH Project, view it here.
I was part of several shows and events for NCECA in Portland in March.
I was a presenter at the 2016 International Woodfire Conference at Waubonsee Community College, Sugar Grove Illinois.
I will be leading a hand building workshop focused around developing surfaces and techniques for atmospheric firings at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee during their Legacy Weekend September 8-11. More information about the workshop and registering can be found here.