Peter Voulkos Catalogue
Peter Voulkos
Group Exhibitions
1950
"First Annual Exhibition of Northwest Ceramics," Oregon Ceramic Studio. Portland, Oregon. May 15-June 15, 1950. 
 
"Fifteenth National Ceramic Exhibition," Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts. Syracuse, New York. October 28-December, 1950. 
 
1951
"Second Annual Exhibition of Northwest Ceramics," Oregon Ceramic Studio. Portland, Oregon. May 16-June 16, 1951. 
 
"16th Ceramic National," Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts. Syracuse, New York. November 4-December 2, 1951. 
 
1952
"Annual Exhibition of the Association of San Francisco Potters," M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. San Francisco, California. March 1-30, 1952. 
 
"Scripps College Ninth Annual Invitational Ceramics Exhibition," Lang Gallery, Scripps College. Claremont, California. March 19-May 15, 1952. 
 
"Seventh National Decorative Arts and Ceramics Exhibition," The Wichita Art Association. Wichita, Kansas. April 13-May 15, 1952. 
 
"Third Annual Exhibition of Northwest Ceramics," Oregon Ceramic Studio. Portland, Oregon. May 14-June 14, 1952. 
 
"Paintings, Sculpture, Ceramics," Gump's Gallery. San Francisco, California. June 11-July 5, 1952. 
 
"6000 Years: Art in Clay," Los Angeles County Fair. Pomona, California. September 12-28, 1952. 
 
"17th Ceramics National," Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts. Syracuse, New York. November 9-December 7, 1952. 
 
1953
"Fourth Biennial Exhibition of Textiles and Ceramics," Museum of Cranbrook Academy of Art. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. February 14-March 15, 1953. 
 
"American Craftsmen - 1953," College of Fine and Applied Arts, University of Illinois. Urbana, Illinois. March 15-April 12, 1953. 
 
"Eighth National Decorative Arts and Ceramics Exhibition," The Wichita Art Association. Wichita, Kansas. April 11-May 11, 1953. 
 
"Good Design," The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. September 22-November 29, 1953. 
 
"Designer Craftsmen U.S.A.," The Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, New York. October 22-December 30, 1953. 
The Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. March 15-April 26, 1954.
San Francisco Museum of Art. San Francisco, California. June 17-August 15, 1954. Then circulated by American Federation of Arts. 
 
1954
"Scripps College Eleventh Annual Invitational Ceramics Exhibition," Lang Gallery, Scripps College. Claremont, California. March 16-April 15, 1954. 
 
"Ninth National Decorative Arts and Ceramic Exhibition," The Wichita Art Association. Kansas. April 11-May 10, 1954. 
 
"Young Americans 1954," (sponsored by the American Craftmen's Educational Council, New York). The Gallery, American House. New York, New York. June 10-September 8, 1954. 
 
"Clay for Today; Association of San Francisco Potters Eighth Annual Exhibition," M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. San Francisco, California. June 16-July 31, 1954. 
 
"18th Ceramic National," Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts. Syracuse, New York. October 24-November 28, 1954. 
 
1955
"Scripps College Twelfth Annual Invitational Ceramics Exhibition," Lang Gallery, Scripps College. Claremont, California. March 15-April 15, 1955. 
 
"L'Exposition International de la Ceramique," Palais Miramar. Cannes, France. June 21-26, 1955. 
Circulated throughout Western Europe by United States Department of Information. Washington, D.C. 
 
1956
"Scripps College Thirteenth Annual Invitational Ceramics Exhibition," Lang Gallery, Scripps College. Claremont, California. March 21-April 12, 1956. 
 
"Ceramics in House and Garden: Ninth Annual Exhibition of the Association of San Francisco Potters," M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. San Francisco, California. April 1-May 31, 1956. 
 
"1956 Annual Exhibition of Artists of Los Angeles and Vicinity," Los Angeles County Museum. Los Angeles, California. May 2-June 3, 1956. 
 
"Contemporary Arts/United States," Los Angeles County Fair. Pomona, California. September 14-30, 1956. 
 
"Craftmanship in a Changing World," Museum of Contemporary Crafts. New York, New York. September 20-November 4, 1956. 
Circulated nationally by the American Federation of Arts. 
 
"19th Ceramic National," Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts. Syracuse, New York. November 4-December 2, 1956. 
Traveled nationally. 
 
1957
"Four Man Show," Memphis Academy of Arts. Memphis, Tennessee. January 8-31, 1957. 
 
"Variations in Media," Museum of Contemporary Crafts. New York, New York. May 17-June 23, 1957. 
 
"9th Annual Gallery Group Show," Landau Gallery. Los Angeles, California. September 3-21, 1957. 
 
1958
"California Design 4," Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. January 12-February 23, 1958. 
 
"Craftmanship," Los Angeles County Museum. Los Angeles, California. February 5-23, 1958. 
 
"Contemporary American Art," United States Pavilion, Exposition Universelle et Internationale de Bruxelles. Brussels, Belgium. April 18-July 21, 1958. 
 
"Artists of Los Angeles and Vicinity," Los Angeles County Museum. Los Angeles, California. May 21-June 29, 1958. 
 
"XX Ceramic International," Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts. Syracuse, New York. October 26-December 7, 1958. 
Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. January 23-March 8, 1959. 
 
1959
"Scripps College Invitational 1959/Fifteenth Annual Ceramics Exhibition," Florence Rand Lang Galleries, Scripps College. Claremont, California. March 17-April 16, 1959. 
 
"Decorative Arts and Ceramics Exhibition," The Wichita Art Association Galleries. Kansas. April 11-May 20, 1959. 
 
"La Ceramique Contemporaine," Sponsored by Second International Congress of Contemporary Ceramics. Museum voor Schone Kunsten. Ostend, Belgium. July 5-October 5, 1959. 
 
"A Decade in the Contemporary Galleries," Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. July 19-September 15, 1959. 
 
"1959 Annual Exhibition of Artists of Los Angeles and Vicinity," Los Angeles County Museum. Los Angeles, California. August 4-September 6, 1959. 
 
"Premiere Biennale de Paris," Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Paris, France. October 2-25, 1959. 
 
"The Sculpture Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Weiner," Fort Worth Art Center. Fort Worth, Texas. October 5-25, 1959. 
 
"Third Pacific Coast Biennial: An Exhibition of Sculpture and Drawings by Artists of California, Oregon and Washington," Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Santa Barbara, California. October 9-November 8, 1959. 
Traveled throughout West Coast. 
 
1960
"Dimensions 1960," Arrott Art Gallery, New Mexico Highlands University. Las Vegas, Nevada. August 12-October 30, 1960. 
 
"Recent Paintings and Sculpture by the Gallery Artists," Felix Landau Gallery. Los Angeles, California. September 6-24, 1960. 
 
"5 Sculptors," Long Beach State College. Long Beach, California. October 10- November 9, 1960. 
 
"New Talent USA," California College of Arts and Crafts. Oakland, California. October 24-November 23, 1960. 
 
"Association of San Francisco Potters Eleventh Exhibition," M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. San Francisco, California. December 1-January 3, 1960. 
 
"Fifty Painters by Thirty-Seven Painters of the Los Angeles Area," UCLA Art Galleries, University of California. Los Angeles, California. 
 
1961
"1961 Annual Exhibition/Artists of Los Angeles and Vicinity," Los Angeles County Museum. Los Angeles, California. August 30-October1, 1961. 
 
1962
"Six Sculptors," Montgomery Art Gallery, Pomona College. Claremont, California. February 22-April 1, 1962. 
 
"United States Entry in the 3rd International Exhibition of Contemporary Ceramics (Prague, Czechoslovakia)," Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. April 8-15, 1962. 
 
"Contemporary Crafts of the United States," Skidmore College Art Gallery. Saratoga Springs, New York. April 11-May 1, 1962. 
 
"Molten Image: 7 Sculptors," San Francisco Museum of Art. San Francisco, California. June 9-July 8, 1962. 
 
"Why Is an Object," Akron Art Institute. Akron, Ohio. September 11-November 4, 1962. 
 
"Forms from the Earth: 1,000 Years of Pottery in America," Museum of Contemporary Crafts. New York, New York. September 14-November 25, 1962. 
 
"Adventures in Art," Fine Arts Pavilion, Seattle World's Fair. Seattle, Washington. September 17-October 21, 1962. 
 
"Fifty California Artists," (organized by San Francisco Museum of Art and Los Angeles County Museum of Art.) Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. October 23-December 2, 1962. 
Traveled nationally. 
 
"Some Points of View-'62: San Francisco Bay Area Painting and Sculpture," Stanford University Art Gallery. Stanford, California. October 30-November 20, 1962. 
 
"Third Art Center Annual of California Painting and Sculpture," Art Center. La Jolla, California. November 25-January 6, 1963. 
 
1963
"66th Annual American Exhibition: Directions in Contemporary Painting and Sculpture," The Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. January 11-February 10, 1963. 
 
"New Images," J. Blumenfeld Gallery. New York, New York. February 14-March 23, 1963. 
 
"Contemporary American Ceramics," University Gallery, University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, Minnesota. February 15-March 24, 1963. 
 
"82nd Annual Exhibition of the San Francisco Art Institute," San Francisco Museum of Art. San Francisco, California. March 21-April 21, 1963. 
 
"Contemporary California Sculpture," (organized by The Oakland Museum.) Kaiser Center. Oakland, California. August 5-September 15, 1963. 
 
"Beasley, Hooper, Hopper, Hudson, Neri, Rickey and Voulkos," David Stuart Galleries. Los Angeles, California. August. 
 
"Sculpture in the Open Air," Battersea Park. London, United Kingdom. May-September. 
 
"Creative Casting," Museum of Contemporary Crafts. New York, New York. September 20-November 10, 1963. 
 
"Fourth Art Center Annual of California Painting and Sculpture," Art Center. La Jolla, California. November 17-December 15, 1963. 
 
1964
"The American Craftsman," Museum of Contemporary Crafts. New York, New York. May 22-September 13, 1964. 
 
"An Exhibition of Sculpture and Graphic Art by Faculty Artists of the Department of Art at Berkeley and Davis, University of California," University Art Gallery, University of California. Berkeley, California. July 1-August 31, 1964. 
 
"International Exhibition of Contemporary Ceramic Art: Japan 1964-1965," The National Museum of Modern Art. Tokyo, Japan. August 22-September 13. 
Ishibashi Art Gallery. Kyushu, Japan.
National Museum of Moden Art. Kyoto, Japan.
Aichi Art Gallery. Nagoya, Japan. 
 
"Annual Exhibition 1964: Contemporary American Sculpture," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. December 9-January 31, 1965. 
 
1965
"Collector: Object/Environment," Museum of Contemporary Crafts. New York, New York. June 4-September 12, 1965. 
 
1966
"Six from the West," San Francisco Art Institute. San Francisco, California. April 6-30, 1966. 
 
"18,000 Pounds of Outdoor Art," Richmond Art Center. Richmond, California. April 16-June 12, 1966. 
 
"Nine California Artists," Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. July 6-December 2, 1966. 
 
"20 American Studio Potters," Victoria and Albert Museum. London, United Kingdom. August 5-September 18, 1966. 
 
"Abstract Expressionist Ceramics," Art Gallery, University of California. Irvine, California. October 28-November 27, 1966. 
San Francisco Museum of Art. San Francisco, California. January 12-February 12, 1967. 
 
1967
"Contemporary American Ceramics from the Collection of R. Joseph Monsen," Contemporary Crafts Association. Portland, Oregon. March 10-April 8, 1967. 
Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. April 23-May 21, 1967. 
 
"Funk," University Art Museum, University of California. Berkeley, California. April 18-May 29, 1967. 
 
"American Sculpture of the Sixties," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. April 28-June 25, 1967. 
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. September 15-October 29, 1967. 
 
1968
"Art Department Faculty Exhibition," University of Kentucky Art Gallery. Lexington, Kentucky. January 5-February 2, 1968. 
 
1969
"Twenty-five Years of Art in Clay USA," Lang Art Galleries, Scripps College. Claremont, California. April 16-May 21, 1969. 
 
"Just Yesterday," San Francisco Museum of Art. San Francisco, California. April 25-June 1, 1968. 
 
"Sculpture North Carolina Invitational," Duke University Art Museum. Durham, North Carolina. May 11-June 18, 1969. 
Ackland Art Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. June 29-August 3, 1969. 
 
"Objects: USA, The Johnson Collection of Contemporary Crafts," National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. October 2-November 16, 1969. 
Traveled nationally and internationally. 
 
"Kompas 4: Westkust USA (West Coast USA)," Van Abbemuseum. Eindhoven, Netherlands. November 21-January 4, 1970. 
Traveled in Europe. 
 
"West Coast: 1945-1969," Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. November 24-January 18, 1970. 
City Art Museum of St. Louis. St. Louis, Missouri. February 13-March 29, 1970.
Art Gallery of Ontario. Ontario, Canada. April 17-May 17, 1970.
Fort Worth Art Center. Fort Worth, Texas. June 8-July 19, 1970. 
 
1970
"Painters and Sculptors of San Francisco," San Francisco Pavilion, Japan World Exposition (Expo '70). Osaka, Japan. March 15-September 13, 1970. 
 
"1970 Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American Sculpture," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. December 12-February 7, 1971. 
 
1971
"A Decade in the West: Painting, Sculpture, and Graphics from the Anderson Collection," Stanford University Museum of Art. Stanford, California. June 12-August 22, 1971. 
Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Santa Barbara, California. September 10-October 10, 1971. 
 
"Contemporary Ceramic Art: Canada, USA, Mexico and Japan," The National Museum of Modern Art. Kyoto, Japan. October 19-December 5, 1971. 
National Museum of Modern Art. Tokyo, Japan. 
 
1972
"International Ceramics 1972," (sponsored by the International Academy of Ceramics, Geneva and the Craftsmen Potters' Association of Great Britain.) Victoria and Albert Museum. London, United Kingdom. June 7-July 23, 1972. 
 
"West Coast '72: Painters and Sculptors," Crocker Art Gallery. Sacramento, California. September 8-October 15, 1972. 
 
"A Decade of Ceramic Art, 1962-1972: From the Collection of Professor and Mrs. R. Joseph Monsen," San Francisco Museum of Art. San Francisco, California. October 14-December 3, 1972. 
 
"Ten Years of Contemporary Art Council Acquisitions," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. December 19-March 4, 1972. 
 
1973
"Contemporary Ceramics I," The Art Galleries, University of California. Santa Barbara, California. February 21-March 24, 1973. 
 
"Statements," The Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. March 20-April 29, 1973. 
 
"The Betty and Monte Factor Family Collection," Pasadena Museum of Modern Art. Pasadena, California. April 24-June 3, 1973. 
 
"The City is for People," San Diego Fine Arts Gallery. San Diego, California. July-Early Fall, 1973. 
 
1974
"Ceramic Sculpture," San Francisco Art Institute. San Francisco, California. February 16-March 31, 1974. 
 
"The Levi Strauss Collection," San Francisco Museum of Art. San Francisco, California. March 15-April 14, 1974. 
 
"The Fred and Mary Marer Collection: 30th Annual Ceramics Exhibition," Lang Art Gallery, Scripps College. Claremont, California. March 19-April 28, 1974. 
 
"Clay," Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown Branch. New York, New York. May 23-July 4, 1974. 
 
"Public Sculpture/Urban Environment," The Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. September 29-December 29, 1974. 
 
1975
"Cheryl Bowers, Robert Gonzales, Peter Voulkos," Smith-Andersen Gallery, Palo Alto, California. January 30-February 20, 1975. 
 
"Clay USA," Fendrick Gallery. Washington, D.C. March 11-April 12, 1975. 
 
"Fourth Invitational Contemporary Crafts Exhibition," Hathorn Gallery, Skidmore College. Saratoga Springs, New York. April 3-20, 1975. 
 
"The University of Colorado Ceramic Invitational 1975," Henderson Museum, University of Colorado. Boulder, Colorado. June 13-August 15, 1975. 
 
"Institute of Experimental Printmaking," Smith-Andersen Gallery. San Francisco, California. June 21-July 11, 1975. 
Polly Friedlander Gallery. Seattle, Washington. July 17-August 6, 1975. 
 
"Sculpture: American Directions, 1945-1975," National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. October 3-November 30, 1975. 
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. Dallas, Texas. January 7-February 29, 1976.
New Orleans Museum of Fine Arts. New Orleans, Louisiana, March 31-May 16, 1976. 
 
1976
"Retrospective of Sculpture in the Bay Area I," James Willis Gallery. San Francisco, California. January 23-March 12, 1976. 
 
"1976 Ceramic Conjunction," Long Beach Museum of Art. Long Beach, California. March 6-April 11, 1976. 
 
"200 Years of American Sculpture," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. March 16-September 26, 1976. 
 
"American Crafts '76: An Aesthetic View," Museum of Contemporary Art. Chicago, Illinois. June 26-September 5, 1976. 
 
"Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. September 3-November 21, 1976. 
National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. May 20-September 11, 1977. 
 
"The Modern Era: Update," Braunstein/Quay Gallery. San Francisco, California. September 8-October 2, 1976. 
 
"Masterworks Exhibit," (in association with 'Tenth Annual Summer Mud Conference') Pennsylvania State University. University Park, Pennsylvania. October 20-November 3, 1976. 
 
1977
"California Clay," Braunstein/Quay Gallery. New York, New York. February 1-26, 1977. 
 
"Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture," William Hayes Ackland Memorial Art Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. February 6-March 6, 1977. 
 
"Modern Sculpture: European and American Works in West Coast Collections," Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery, University of California. Santa Cruz, California. February 13-March 13, 1977. 
 
"Foundations in Clay," The Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art. Los Angeles, California. May 3-June 8, 1977. 
 
"Seventh Biennial: National Invitational Crafts Exhibition," University Galleries, Illinois State University. Normal, Illinois. September 1-March 5, 1978. 
 
"The Ceramic Vessel as Metaphor," The Evanston Art Center. Evanston, Illinois. October 16-November 20, 1977. 
 
1978
"Northern California Artists," Sonoma State College Art Gallery. Rohnert Park, California. April 7-May 5, 1978. 
 
"The Potter's Art in California: 1885 to 1955," The Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. August 22-October 1, 1978. 
Lang Gallery, Scripps College. Claremont, California. November 5-December 18, 1978. 
 
"Nine West Coast Clay Sculptors: 1978," Everson Museum of Art. Syracuse, New York. September 29-December 3, 1978. 
Arts and Crafts Center of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. February 24-March 18, 1979. 
 
"Selections from the Frederick Weisman Company Collection of California Art," The Art Museum and Galleries, California State University. Long Beach, California. November 20-December 17, 1978. 
 
1979
"California Clay," University Fine Arts Gallery, Florida State University. Tallahassee, Florida. February 9-March 2, 1979. 
 
"Ceramics in the Pacific Northwest: A History," Seattle Art Museum and Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. March 22-May 6, 1979. 
 
"Paper, Clay and Tapestry: Explorations into New Media," Thomas Segal Gallery. Boston, Massachusetts. April 28-June 2, 1979. 
 
"A Century of Ceramics in the United States, 1878-1978," Everson Museum of Art. Syracuse, New York. May 5-September 23, 1979. 
Traveled nationally. 
 
"Spaces," Civic Arts Gallery. Walnut Creek, California. September 20-November 3, 1979. 
 
"Keramische Beeldhouwwerken uit de Verenigde Staten (West Coast Ceramics)," Stedelijk Museum. Amsterdam, Netherlands. September 22-November 11, 1979. 
 
"Aspects of Abstract: Recent West Coast Abstract Painting and Sculpture," Crocker Art Museum. Sacramento, California. October 27-November 24, 1979. 
 
1980
"The Collector's Eye," Laguna Beach Museum of Art. Laguna Beach, California. January 8-February 18, 1980. 
 
"American Sculpture: Gifts of Howard and Jean Lipman," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. April 15-June 15, 1980. 
 
"Sculpture in California, 1975-80," San Diego Museum of Art. San Diego, California. May 18-July 6, 1980. 
 
"Across the Nationa: Fine Art for Federal Buildings, 1972-1979," National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. June 4-September 1, 1980. 
Hunter Museum of Art. Chattanooga, Tennessee. January 11-March 1, 1981. 
 
"Faculty Show 1980," Peters Valley Gallery. Piermont, New York. July 2-September 2, 1980. 
 
"The Frederick Weisman Company Collection of California Art," The Albuquerque Museum. Albuquerque, New Mexico. July 15-October 12, 1980. 
 
"The Continental Clay Connection," Mackenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. September 12-October 19, 1980. 
 
"Fifties Abstract: A Summary of Los Angeles Painting from 1957 through 1960," Conejo Valley Art Museum. Thousand Oaks, California. September 28-November 9, 1980. 
 
"The Vessel," Delahunty Gallery. Dallas, Texas. December 13-January 14, 1981. 
 
"The Vessel," Delahunty Gallery. Dallas, Texas. December 13-January 14, 1981. 
 
1981
"Remember: It's Only Art," Civiv Arts Gallery. Walnut Greek, California. February 5-March 28, 1981. 
 
"Matter-Memory-Meaning," Honolulu Academy of Arts. Honolulu, Hawaii. March 14-April 21, 1981. 
 
"The Morgan Collection," Clara Eagle Gallery, Murray State University. Murray, Kentucky. March 16-April 14, 1981. 
 
"Centering on Contemporary Clay: American Ceramics from the Joan Mannheimer Collection," University of Iowa Museum of Art. Iowa City, Iowa. April 25-August 2, 1981. 
 
"Art in Los Angeles: Seventeen Artists in the Sixties," Los Angeles County Museum. Los Angeles, California. November 20-January 31, 1982. 
San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, Texas. November 20-January 31, 1982. 
 
"Southern California Artists: 1940-1980," Laguna Beach Museum of Art. Laguna Beach, California. July 24-September 13, 1981. 
 
"California: A Sense of Individualism Part I," L.A. Louver. Venice, California. July 24-August 22, 1981. 
 
"Clay in Transition," Aspen Center for the Visual Arts. Aspen, Colorado. August 7-30, 1981. 
 
"California Innovations," California State University. Fullerton, California. September 11-October 15, 1981. 
Palm Springs Desert Museum. Palm Springs, California. December 15-January 17, 1982. 
 
"Thirty Years of Public Sculpture in Illinois: 1951-1981," Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences. Peoria, Illinois. September 11-October 18, 1981. 
 
"Beyond Tradition: 25th Anniversary Exhibition," American Craft Museum. New York, New York. October 3-January 10, 1981. 
 
"Ceramic Sculpture: Six Artists," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. December 9-February 7, 1981. 
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. April 8-June 27, 1982. 
 
1982
"Ceramic Traditions," Central Oregon Community College, Student Center. Bend, Oregon. January 8-February 5, 1982. 
 
"Peters Valley Anagama," Greenwich House Pottery. New York, New York. February 2-20, 1982. 
 
"Pacific Currents/Ceramics," San Jose Museum of Art. San Jose, California. March 25-April 25, 1982. 
 
"West Coast Ceramics," Crafts Council Gallery. London, United Kingdom. April 14-May 30, 1982. 
 
"Peter Voulkos/Phil Cornelius/Patricia Ferber," Four Oaks Gallery. San Marino, California. May 7-June 12, 1982. 
 
"Painting and Sculpture Today 1982," Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indianapolis, Indiana. July 6-August 15, 1982. 
 
"Contemporary Clay: 20 Artists," Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art. Monterey, California. July 9-August 20, 1982. 
 
"100 Years of California Sculpture," The Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. August 7-October 17, 1982. 
 
"Otis Clay: The Revolutionary Years 1954-1964," Garth Clark Gallery. Los Angeles, California. September 11-October 2, 1982. 
 
"Northern California Art of the Sixties," De Saisset Museum, University of Santa Clara. Santa Clara, California. October 12-December 12, 1982. 
 
1983
"Brady/Breschi/Costanzo/Shaw/Voulkos," Braunstein Gallery. San Francisco, California. January 4-29, 1983. 
 
"Anagama," Pewabic Pottery. Detroit, Michigan. February 20-March 12, 1983. 
 
"Prime Evidence," Exhibit A. Chicago, Illinois. March 4-April 30, 1983. 
 
"Contemporary Clay Sculpture: Selections from the Daniel Jacobs Collection," Heckscher Museum. Huntington, New York. March 26-April 24, 1983. 
 
"Pottery Questions," Broward Community College Fine Arts Gallery. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. May 1-31, 1983. 
 
"California Clayworks: Selections from the Permanent Collection," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. July 21-September 18, 1983. 
 
"The Nuclear Age: Tradition and Transition," Phoenix Art Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. September 10-October 10, 1983. 
 
"Ceramic Echoes: Historical References in Contemporary Ceramics," The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Kansas City, Missouri. October 14-November 27, 1983. 
 
"Controversial Public Art: From Rodin to di Suvero," Milwaukee Art Museum. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. October 21-January 15, 1984. 
 
"In Our Time: Houston's Contemporary Arts Museum, 1948-1982," Contemporary Arts Museum. Houston, Texas. October 23-January 2, 1983. 
 
1984
"Contemporary Ceramic Vessel/Two Los Angeles Collections: The Betty Asher Collection and the Howard and Gwen Laurie Smits Collection," Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology. Pasadena, California. January 4-29, 1984. 
 
"The Frederick R. Weisman Foundation Collection of Contemporary Art," Palm Springs Desert Museum. Palm Springs, California. January 7-February 26, 1984. 
 
"Sculpture," Hill Gallery. Birmingham, Michigan. January 14-February 18, 1984. 
 
"On the California Craft Collection: Honoring Hazel Bray," The Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. January 28-March 4, 1984. 
 
"Modern and Contemporary Masterworks in Ceramics," Milwaukee Art Museum. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. March 2-April 29, 1984. 
 
"Earth and Fire: The Marer Collection of Contemporary Ceramics," Mongomery Gallery, Pomona College. Claremont, California. March 4-April 1, 1984. 
 
"A Passionate Vision: Contemporary Ceramics form the Daniel Jacobs Collection," De Cordova Museum. Lincoln, Massachusetts. April 1-May 27, 1984. 
 
"Beauties and Beasts, or What Makes Great Art Great?," Pratt Institute Gallery. Brooklyn, New York. April 2-28, 1984. 
 
"Clay: 1984," Traver Sutton Gallery. Seattle, Washington. April 5-28, 1984. 
 
"Platters and Related Forms," Southern Illinois University. Edwardsville, Illinois. April 15-May 4, 1984. 
 
"Magnolia Editions: Selected Prints," Smith-Anderson Gallery. Palo Alto, California. May 3-26, 1984. 
 
"Art of the States: Works from a Santa Barbara Collection," Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Santa Barbara, California. June 22-August 26, 1984. 
 
"Art in Clay," Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. Los Angeles, California. July 24-August 26, 1984. 
 
"New Impressions: Recent Prints by Bay Area Artists," World Print Council. San Francisco, California. October 3-November 2, 1984. 
 
"Histories," Exhibit A. Chicago, Illinois. November 30-January 11, 1985. 
 
1985
"Living Treasures of California," Crocker Art Museum. Sacramento, California. January 19-April 14, 1985. 
 
"Selections from the Diana Zlotnick Collection," Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California. Los Angeles, California. March 19-April 27, 1985. 
 
"Surface/Function/Shape, Selections from the Earl Millard Collection," Southern Illinois University. Edwardsville, Illinois. March 24-April 12, 1985. 
 
"Earth and Fire/Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture," Palmer Gallery, Summit Art Center. Summit, New Jersey. March 31-May 12, 1985. 
 
"Ceramic Art of the 70's: A Review of a Decade," Exhibit A. Chicago, Illinois. June 7-30, 1985. 
 
"Art in the San Francisco Bay Area: 1945-1980," The Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. June 15-August 18, 1985. 
 
"High Styles: Twentieth-Century American Design," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. September 19-February 16, 1986. 
 
"Voulkos & Leedy & Autio: Clay and Works on Paper," (organized by Northern Arizona University Art Gallery. Flagstaff, Arizona) Leedy-Voulkos Gallery. Kansas City, Missouri. December 6-January 10, 1986. 
 
1986
"The Kessel Collection: Contemporary Ceramics," Crossman Gallery, University of Wisconsin. Whitewater, Wisconsin. February 3-21, 1986. 
 
"Architecture of the Vessel," Bevier Gallery, Rochester Institute of Technology. New York, New York. March 17-April 6, 1986. 
 
"Voulkos & Co./The Vessel Redefined 1950-1960," Garth Clark Gallery. New York, New York. April 8-May 10, 1986. 
 
"American Potters Today," Victoria and Albert Museum. London, United Kingdom. May 14-August 31, 1986. 
 
"A Survey of Slab Ceramics: From Object to Expression," Palo Alto Cultural Center. Palo Alto, California. May 18-June 29, 1986. 
 
"West Coast Clay," Civic Arts Gallery. Walnut Creek, California. June 6-August 3, 1986. 
 
"U.C. Prints: Printmaking at the University of California, Berkeley, since 1950," Civic Arts Gallery. Walnut Creek, California. September 4-October 19, 1986. 
 
"The Subjective Object: Still Life in Prints," The Art Corridor Gallery, Sacred Heart Schools. Menlo Park, California. September 11-November 3, 1986. 
 
"Recent Graphics from American Print Shops," Mitchell Museum. Mount Vernon, Illinois. September 20-November 9, 1986. 
 
"Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical," American Craft Museum. New York, New York. October 26-March 22, 1987. 
Traveled nationally. 
 
1987
"Clay Today: Contemporary Ceramists and Their Work," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. April 2-July 19, 1987. 
 
"American Ceramics Now: The Twenty-Seventh Ceramic National Exhibition," Everson Museum of Art. Syracuse, New York. April 8-June 28, 1987. 
Traveled nationally. 
 
"The Ritual Vessel," Twining Gallery. New York, New York. June 1-July 15, 1987. 
 
"Drawn to the Surface: Artists in Clay and Glass," Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. September 12-October 11, 1987. 
 
"The Eloquent Object," The Philbrook Museum of Art. Tulsa, Oklahoma. September 20-January 3, 1988. 
Traveled nationally and to Japan. 
 
"Magnolia Editions," San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. San Jose, California. October 27-November 25, 1987. 
 
"Clay Revisions: Plate, Cup, Vase," Seattle Art Museum. Seattle, Washington. November 12-January 10, 1988. 
Circulated nationally by American Federation of Arts. 
 
"The Early Show: California Art," James Corcoran Gallery. Santa Monica, California. December 10-January 5, 1988. 
 
1988
"Power Over the Clay/American Studio Potters," The Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, Michigan. February 28-April 17, 1988. 
Northern Michigan University. Marquette, Michigan. May 31-June 26, 1988.
Muskegon Museum of Art. Muskegon, Michigan. July 10-August 28, 1988.
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. Kalamazoo, Michigan. September 6-October 16, 1988. 
 
"Lost and Found in California: Four Decades of Assemblage Art," James Corcoran Gallery/Shoshana Wayne Gallery/Pence Gallery. Santa Monica, California. July 16-September 7, 1988. 
 
1989
"3 Sculptors: New Work," Twining Gallery. New York, New York. May 6-June 10, 1988. 
 
"Fragile Blossoms, Enduring Earth: The Japanese Influence on American Ceramics," Everson Museum of Art. Syracuse, New York. May 18-August 27, 1989. 
American Craft Museum. New York, New York. January 18-April 1, 1990. 
 
"Georgia Clay: Collected Influences," Museum of Arts and Sciences. Macon, Georgia. July 8-November 12, 1989. 
 
"The Otis Group: Ceramics from the Marer Collection," Lang Gallery, Scripps College. Claremont, California. October 29-December 10, 1989. 
 
1990
"Putting Pottery in Perspective: Past, Present and Future," Rockford College. Rockford, Illinois. March 2-April 22, 1990. 
High Museum at Georgia-Pacific Center. Atlanta, Georgia. August 17-October 26, 1990.
Laurence University. Appleton, Wisconsin. January 11-February 24, 1991.
University Art Museum, Arizona State University. Tempe, Arizona. March 10-April 28, 1991. 
 
"Oakland Artists '90," The Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. March 24-July 1, 1990. 
 
"Bay Area Sculptors of the 1960's: Then and Now," Braunstein/Quay Gallery. San Francisco, California. June 5-July 7, 1990. 
 
1991
"L.A. When It Began," James Corcoran Gallery. Santa Monica, California. January 12-February 9, 1991. 
 
"Primal Spirits: Peter Voulkos/The Mound Builders/David Spiller," Twining Gallery. New York, New York. September 20-November 2, 1991. 
 
1992
"California Legacy: Concepts in Clay," FHP Hippodrome Gallery, Palos Verdes Art Center. Rancho Palos Verdes, California. February 20-April 25, 1992. 
 
"Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture," American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. New York, New York. March 2-29, 1992. 
 
"American Crafts: The Nation's Collection," Renwick Gallery of the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. September 25-January 24, 1993. 
 
1993
"From the Prieto Collection," (one of three exhibitions comprising From the Fire: Three Exhibitions in Clay) Palo Alto Cultural Center. Palo Alto, California. January 17-April 25, 1993. 
 
"Incendiary Spirits," (one of three exhibitions comprising From the Fire: Three Exhibitions in Clay) Palo Alto Cultural Center. Palo Alto, California. January 17-April 25, 1993. 
 
"Meeting of The Masters," Kunstindustrimuseet. Oslo, Norway. June 17-August 15, 1993. 
Lillehammer Bys Malerisamling. Lillehammer, Norway. September 4-October 31, 1993.
Ringebu Ungdomssenter. Ringebu, Norway. February 6-27, 1994.
Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum. Trondheim, Norway. May 28-June 19, 1994. 
 
"The Legacy of the Archie Bray Foundation," Warehouse Gallery, Archie Bray Foundation. Helena, Montana. July 22-August 15, 1993. 
Bellevue Art Museum. Bellevue, Washington. September 18-November 7, 1993. 
 
"Celebrating Artistry in Craft: American Craft Council Gold Medal Recipients 1975-1993," Chicago Cultural Center. Chicago, Illinois. August 21-October 17, 1993. 
 
"Clay 1993: A National Survey," William Traver Gallery. Seattle, Washington. September 2-October 31, 1993. 
 
"Essentials," Charles Cowles Gallery. New York, New York. September 7-October 2, 1993. 
 
"Visions II," Louis Newman Galleries. Beverly Hills, California. September 9-23, 1993. 
 
"Contemporary Crafts and the Saxe Collection," The Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, Ohio. September 12-November 14, 1993. 
Saint Louis Art Museum. Saint Louis, Missouri. December 17-February 13, 1994.
Newport Harbor Art Museum. Newport Beach, California. March 12-June 5, 1994.
Renwick Gallery of the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. October 28-February 5, 1995. 
 
"American Craft Council Gold Medal Recipients, 1975-1993," Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts. Racine, Wisconsin. September 25-November 7, 1993. 
 
"Asian Roots, Western Soil: Japanese Influences in American Culture," Berkeley Art Center. Berkeley, California. December 5-January 23, 1994. 
 
1994
"Ritual Vessel: Traditions Intertwined," Perimeter Gallery. Chicago, Illinois. January 7-February 19, 1994. 

The Archie Bray Foundation: A Ceramic Tradition," Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art. Great Falls, Montana. February 1-March 20.

"California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art, Annual Exhibit," John Natsoulas Gallery. Davis, California. March 31-May 1, 1994.

"Some California Artists," Galerie Sho Contemporary Art. Tokyo, Japan. July 5-August 7, 1994. 

 
"Working in Other Dimensions: Objects and Drawing II," Arkansas Arts Center. Little Rock, Arizona. 
 
"Revolution in Clay: The Marer Collection of Contemporary Ceramics," Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College. Claremont, California. October 22-December 4, 1994. 
Traveled nationally. 
 
1995
"Made in America: Ten Centuries of American Art," Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
St. Louis Art Museum. St. Louis, Missouri.
Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, Ohio. October 13-January 7, 1996.
Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. Kansas City, Missouri. March 17-May 19, 1996.
Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. July 13-September 22, 1996. 
 
"21st International Biennial of Graphic Art -Ljubljana," Modern Gallery, "Cankarjev Dom" Cultural and Congress Centre and the Tivoli Gallery. Slovenia. 
 
"Andover Alumni Collectors," Addison Gallery of American Art, Philips Academy. Andover, Massachusetts. 
 
"Jet Dreams: The Fifties in the Northwest," Tacoma Art Museum. Tacoma, Washington. 
 
"Woodstock Exhibition," Gallery of Visual Arts, University of Montana. Missoula, Montana. 
 
"The Nude in Clay," Perimeter Gallery. Chicago, Illinois. 
Charles A. Wustem Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin. 
 
"A Bay Area Connection: Works from the Anderson Collection, 1954-1984," Triton Museum of Art. Santa Clara, California. 
 
"25th Anniversary Exhibition," Jane Hartsook Gallery, Greenwich House Pottery. New York, New York. 
 
"Fifteen Profiles: Distinguished California Modernists," Fresno Art Museum. Fresno, California. 
 
"Autio and Voulkos: Early Ceramic Work," Holter Museum of Art. Helena, Montana. 
 
1996
"Four Decades of Discovery: The 40th Anniversary of the American Craft Museum," American Craft Museum of New York. New York, New York. 
 
"Inter-Action: Ceramic Works by 7 Artists," Kenji Taki Gallery. Nagoya, Japan. 
 
"CCAC: Past, Present and Future (1906-1996)," Olive Art Center, California College of Arts and Crafts. Oakland, California. 
 
"San Francisco Art Institute: Illustrious History: 1871-Present," Salander-O'Reilly Galleries. New York, New York. 
John Berggruen Gallery & Montgomery Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Summer Show," Charles Cowles Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"New Talent-New Ideas," Charles Cowles Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"Generations: The Lineage of Influence in Bay Area Art," Richmond Art Center. Richmond, California. 
 
"Collection Highlights: 1945 to the Present," Seattle Art Museum. Seattle, Washington. 
 
1997
"Abstract Expressionist Ceramics: Myth and Reality Revisited 1954-1966," Garth Clark Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"Designed for Delight: Alternative Aspects of Twentieth-Century Decorative Arts," Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Montreal, Canada. 
 
1998
"The Winter Show," Charles Cowles Gallery. Santa Monica, California. January 24-March 7, 1998. 
 
"Of and About Clay II," Galerie Hertz. Louisville, Kentucky. 
 
"NCECA 1998 Honors and Fellows Exhibition," Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Fort Worth, Texas. 
 
"Anderson Ranch Artists," Evelyn Siegel Gallery. Fort Worth, Texas. 
 
"Generations," Galerie Mesa. Mesa, Arizona. 
 
"Works on Paper A-Z," Charles Cowles Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"John Mason, Ken Price, Peter Voulkos," Frank Lloyd Gallery. Santa Monica, California. 
 
"A Fire for Ceramics: Contemporary Art from the Daniel Jacobs and Derek Mason Collection," Hand Workshop Art Center. Richmond, Virginia. 
 
"More Than Clay: The Toki Collection of Ceramics," Richmond Art Center. Richmond, California. 
 
"Art from Around the Bay: Recent Acquisitions," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. April 16-July 26, 1998. 
 
"Clay Into Art: Selections from the Collection of Contemporary Ceramics in the Metropolitan Museum of Art," Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. November-May 1999. 
 
1999
Charles Cowles Gallery. New York, New York. February 6-March 13, 1999. 
 
"Radical Past: Contemporary Art & Music in Pasadena, 1960-1974," Norton Simon Museum of Art. Pasadena, California. February 6-June 6, 1999. 
 
"dish," Franklin Parrasch Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"Of and About Clay III," Galerie Hertz. Louisville, Kentucky. 
 
"The Art of Craft: Contemporary Works from the Saxe Collection," Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. San Francisco, California. June-October 1999. 
 
"Different Strokes: International Woodfire Ceramics," University of Iowa Museum of Art. Iowa City, Iowa. 
 
"Studio Days 99: Nine Decades," Chester Springs Studio. Chester Springs, Pennsylvania. September-October 1999. 
 
"Modern Odysseys: Greek American Artists of the Twentieth Century," Queens Museum of Art. Queens, New York. October 9-January 30, 2000. 
Museum of Contemporary Art of Thessaloniki. Greece. September 2-December 3, 2000. 
 
"Material Witness: Masters from California Crafts," Crocker Art Museum. Sacramento, California. October 29-January 2, 2000. 
 
"Contemporary Ceramics from Georgia Collections," The Museum of Arts and Sciences. Macon, Georgia. 
 
"History and Highlights: The Art Gallery's Collection," The Art Gallery, Paul Creative Arts Center, University of New Hampshire. Durham, New Hampshire. 
 
2000
"Of and About Clay IV," Galerie Hertz. Louisville, Kentucky. January 19-February 26, 2000. 
 
"Cross-Currents in Modern Art: A Tribute to Peter Selz," Achim Moeller Fine Art. New York, New York. February 2-March 17, 2000. 
 
"Lving with Form: The Horn Collection of Contemporary Craft," Arkansas Arts Center. Little Rock, Arkansas. 
 
"Regis Masters Series: Exhibition," Northern Clay Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. March 3-April 15, 2000. 

"Woodfired Ceramics," The Signature Shop and Gallery. Atlanta, Georgia. April 7-29, 2000. 

 
"The Binns Medal Winners," Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art, Alfred University. Alfred, New York. April 8-October 19, 2000. 
 
"Portrait Pots Cornelius, Voulkos, Wood, Wieser," Frank Lloyd Gallery. Santa Monica, California. 
 
"Contemporary Ceramics: Nine Artists," Frank Lloyd Gallery. Santa Monica, California. June 3-July 1, 2000. 
 
"Color & Fire: Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics, 1950-2000," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. June 4-September 17, 2000. 
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Kansas City, Missouri. December 15-March 4, 2001.
Tuscon Museum of Art and Historic Block. Tuscon, Arizona. April 1-May 30, 2001.
Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester. Rochester, New York. July 29-Octoner 7, 2001. 
 
"Review and Preview," Braunstein/Quay Gallery. San Francisco, California. August 2000. 
 
"Ceramics National 2000," Everson Museum of Art. Syracuse, New York. October 6-February 11, 2001. 
 
"Ceramics," Elaine Baker Gallery. Boca Raton, Florida. 
 
"Celebrating Modern Art: The Anderson Collection," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. October 7-January 15, 2001. 
 
"A Tribute to Dorothy Weiss," Museum of Craft and Folk Art. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Made in California: Art, Image, and Identity, 1900-2000," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. October 22-February 25, 2001. 
 
"La Liberation de l'Argile aux Sources de la Ceramique Contemporaine Americaine," Musee Ariana. Geneve, Switzerland. 
 
2001
"High Fire: Significant Ceramic Sculpture," Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art. Kansas City, Missouri. January 12-February 24, 2001. 
 
"USA Clay," Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum. Washington, D.C. March 9-July 15, 2001. 
 
"Great Teachers: Great Clay Legacies," W.D.O. A Contemporary Craft Gallery. Charlotte, North Carolina. May 1-31, 2001. 
 
"Treasures for a Queen: A Millenium Gift to Cincinnati," Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, Ohio. June 17-September 2, 2001. 
 
"World Contemporary Ceramics," Ichon World Ceramic Center. Ichon, Korea. August 10-October 28, 2001. 
 
Drutt, Helen W, curator.  "Poetics of Clay," Philadelphia Art Alliance. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. September 14-November 11, 2001. 
Museum of Art and Design. Helsinki, Finland. January 25-April 1, 2002. 
 
"Vital Forms: American Art in the Atomic Age, 1940-1960," Brooklyn Museum of Art. Brooklyn, New York. October 12-January 6, 2002. 
Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. February 16-May 12, 2002.
Frist Center for the Visual Arts. Nashville, Tennessee. June 21-September 15, 2002.
San Diego Museum of Art. San Diego, California. October 26-January 26, 2003.
Phoenix Art Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. April 4-June 29, 2003. 
 
"Mud & Fire: A Group Show," Rockford College Art Gallery, Clark Arts Center. Rockford, Illinois. 
 
"Montana Winter Exhibition," Botanica Fine Art. Bozeman, Montana. December 7-March 6, 2002. 
 
2001-2005
"A Ceramic Continuum: Fifty Years of the Archie Bray Influence," Holter Museum of Art. Helena, Montana. June 15-July 31, 2001. 
Boise Art Museum. Boise, Idaho. August 25-October 28, 2001.
Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Fort Wayne, Indiana. November 25–January 20, 2002.
Butler Institute of American Art. Youngstown, Ohio. February 17-April 14, 2002.
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. Kalamazoo, Michigan. May 12-July 7, 2002.
International Museum of Ceramic Art. Alfred, New York. July 28-September 22, 2002.
Dane G. Hansen Memorial Museum. Logan, Kansas. October 13-December 8, 2002.
Museum of Arts & Sciences. Macon, Georgia. January 5-March 2, 2003.
Mobile Museum of Art. Mobile, Alabama. March 30-May 25, 2003.
Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami. Coral Gables, Florida. September 20-November 9, 2003.
University of Kentucky Art Museum. Lexington, Kentucky. February 29-April 25, 2004.
Nevada Museum of Art. Reno, Nevada. August 8-November 7, 2004.
Boise Art Museum. Boise, Idaho. June 4, 2005-July 31, 2005. 
 
2002
"Museum Ceramics Collection," Daum Museum of Contemporary Art. Sedalia, Missouri. March 12-June 9, 2002. 
 
"Contemporary American Ceramics (1950-1969): A Survey of American Objects and Vessels," Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum. Seto City, Japan. April 13-June 30, 2002. 
National Museum of Modern Art. Kyoto, Japan. July 30-September 1, 2002. 
 
"Black Mountain College: Experimenting with Power," Museo Nacional Centre de Arte Reina Sofia. Madrid, Spain. October 22-January 2003. 
 
2003
"Clay Works: 20th-Century Ceramics from the Everson Museum of Art," UBS PaineWebber Art Gallery. New York, New York. January 16-March 28, 2003. 
Everson Museum of Art. Syracuse, New York. July 18-September 7, 2003. 
 
"Rebels in Clay: Peter Voulkos and the Otis Group," University Art Gallery, University of California. San Diego, California. February 7-April 19, 2003. 
Laguna Art Museum. Laguna Beach, California. October 26-February 2, 2004.

"Great Pots: Contemporary Ceramics from Function to Fantasy," Newark Museum. Newark, New Jersey. February 14-June 1, 2003. 

 
"Poetics of Clay: An International Perspective," Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. Houston, Texas. February 15-May 3, 2003. 
 
"Two Titans: A Memorial Exhibition of Recent Works by Ed Rossbach and Peter Voulkos," LongHouse Reserve. East Hampton. New York. June 7-September 13, 2003, May 17-October 2004. 
 
2004
"Picasso to Thiebaud: Modern and Contemporary Art from the Collection of Stanford University Alumni and Friends," Iris & B. Gerald Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University. Palo Alto, California. February 18-June 20, 2004. 
 
"60th Scripps Ceramic Annual," Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College. Clarement, California. January 24-April 4, 2004. 
 
"From Rosanjin to Voulkos," Franklin Parrasch Gallery. New York, New York. September 21-October 23, 2004. 
 
Rasmussen, Jack, curator.  "The True Artist is an Amazing Luminous Fountain," Kreeger Museum. Washington, D.C. April 23-July 31, 2004. 
 
2005
"Clay Glass Wood Metal Fiber: Selections from The Contemporary Museum's Collection," The Contemporary Museum. Honolulu, Hawaii. October 29-January 2, 2005. 
 
2006
"MAM Unwrapped," Missoula Art Museum. Missoula, Montana. September 15-November 15, 2006. 
 
"California Art from the Permanent Collection - Part II, 1930s to 1950s," Laguna Art Museum. Laguna Beach, California. March 26-September 24, 2006. 
 
2006-2007
"Crafting a Collection," Museum of Fine Arts. Houston, Texas. August 26, 2006-January 7, 2007. 
 
"Fresh from the Studio: Craft in Twin Cities Collections 1950-1970," The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Minneapolis, Minnesota. June 11, 2006-April 22, 2007. 
 
Adlin, Jane, curator.  "One of a Kind: The Studio Craft Movement," The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. December 22, 2006–December 2, 2007. 
 
2007
"Rudolph Serra, Toshiko Takaezu, Peter Voulkos," Charles Cowles Gallery. New York, New York. June 20-July 3, 2007. 
 
"A Legacy of Art: The Ted and Ruth Nash Collection," Oakland Museum of California. Oakland, California. August 24–December 30, 2007. 
 
2007-2008
"Shy Boy, She Devil, and Isis: The Art of Conceptual Craft: Selections from the Wornick Collection," Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. September 11, 2007-January 6, 2008. 
 
"Artists of Invention: A Century of CCA," Oakland Museum of California. Oakland, California. October 13, 2007–March 16, 2008. 
 
Nash, Steven and Katherine Plake Hough, curator.  "Picasso to Moore: Modern Sculpture from the Weiner Collection," Palm Springs Art Museum. Palm Springs, California. November 7, 2007-October 2008. 
 
2007-2009
"Craft in America: Expanding Traditions," organized by Craft in America, Inc. Los Angelos. Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock. April 13-June 24, 2007. 
Contemporary Crafts Museum. Portland, Oregon. July 14-September 23, 2007.
Mingei International Museum. San Diego, California. October 20, 2007-January 27, 2008.
Contemporary Crafts Gallery. Houston, Texas. February 22-May 4, 2008.
Cranbrook Museum. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. June 6-September 14, 2008.
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. October 3, 2008-January 18, 2009.
Fuller Craft Museum. Brockton, Massachusetts. June 27-September 27, 2009. 
 
2008
Delman, Kirk, curator.  "Within Two Hands: The Eye of the Collector," San Francisco Museum of Craft + Design. San Francisco, California. May 9-June 29, 2008. 
 
"The Scholar´s Eye: Contemporary Ceramics from the Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection," Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Houston, Texas. May 18-September 1, 2008. 
 
"One Piece," The Penryn Art Gallery. Penryn, California. May 24, 2008. 
 
"Masters In Clay," Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, New Jersey. May 10-September 28, 2008. 
 
"Contemporary Ceramic Art: A Survey," Harvey / Meadows Gallery. Aspen, Colorado. July 2-August 5, 2008. 
 
"Innovation and Change: Great Ceramics from the Permanent Collection of the Ceramics Research Center, Arizona State University Art Museum," Plains Art Museum. Fargo, North Dakota. September 21-November 16, 2008. 
 
"Taking Stock: Selections from the Permanent Collection," Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, State Fair Community College. Sedalia, Missouri. June 13-September 21, 2008. 
 
2009
"Dirt on Delight: Impulses That Form Clay," Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. January 16-July 12, 2009. 
 
2011
"Contemporary Ceramics," Danese. New York, New York. November 18-December 23, 2011. 
 
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