Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC
Los Angeles County Museum Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe, Berlin
Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands
American Craft Museum, New York
Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Montreal
Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC
Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse
Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York
Brooklyn Museum, New York
Norton Museum of Art, Palm Beach, FL
J. Patrick Lannan Foundation, Palm Beach, FL
Gracie Mansion, New York, NY
Newark Museum, Newark, NJ

Fellissimo Design Award, NY Foundation for the Arts, l997
First Prize, First International Tabletop Award, Natl Tabletop Assn., Dallas, l988
Design Excellence, Stuttgart Design Center Award, Stuttgart, l988
Design Excellence, Stuttgart Design Center Award, Stuttgart, l987
Fellowship, New York Foundation for the Arts, l986
Honorable Mention, First International Ceramics Contest, Mino, Japan, l986
First Prize, Westerwald Prize for Industrial Design, Germany, l985
Juror's Award, Small Works National, Zaner Gallery, Rochester, l985
Artist in Residence @ Fabric Workshop, New York State Council on the Arts, New York &
Philadelphia, l984
Salute to Achievers Award, National Home Fashions League, l984
Certificate of Honor, Women in Design International, l983
Artist in Residence @ ArtPark, Lewiston, NY, l977 and l978


2008 “Contemporary Glass: Chihuly and Beyond”, New Britain
Museum, New Britain, CT “New and Never Shown Before”,
Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI
2007 “Viva Vetro! Glass Alive! Venice and America,
1950-2006, 1950-2006, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
“Women Ceramists from the Permanent Collection,
1900-2006”, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn , NY
2006 “Contemporary Glass Masters”,
Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA
2004 “The Italian Influence in Contemporary Glass”,
Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY and NYC
2003 "Masters of Contemporary Glass" (working title), Berkshire Museum of Art, Pittsfield, MA
"Trial by Fire: CONTEMPORARY GLASS", Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL
2002 "US DESIGN, 1975-2000", Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO (traveling)
2000 "Women Designers in the USA, l900-2000: Diversity and Difference," Bard Graduate Center for the Decorative Arts, New York, NY
"Alan Chasanoff Ceramic Collection", Mint Museum of Craft & Design, Charlotte, NC
"Tabletop to TV Tray: China & Glass in America 1880-1980", Dallas Museum of Art, TX, and Newark Museum, NJ (traveled)
l999 "Clearly Inspired; Contemporary Glass and Its Origins", Tampa Museum of Art, FL, (traveled)
l996 "New Glass Review, l996", Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York 1995
"Wit and Delight," Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Montreal (traveled)
1992-4 "More Than One: Contemporary Studio Production," American Craft Museum, New York (traveled)
1990-3 "Art That Works: Decorative Arts of the '80s, Crafted in America," traveling exhibition org. by Art Services Intl., Alexandria, VA (traveled)
1989-91 "Design USA," traveling exhibition org. by U.S. Information Agency (traveled)
1987-89 "American Ceramics Now," Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse (traveled)
1989 "Fragile Blossoms, Enduring Earth: the Japanese Influence on American Ceramics," Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse (l989), traveled to American Craft Museum, New York
"Surface and Form," National Museum of Ceramic Art, Baltimore
"Third National Ceramic Invitational," Canton Art Institute, Ohio "Contemporary Cups," Univ. of Oregon Museum of Art (traveled to l2 venues in U.S.)
"Surface and Form, A Woman's Perspective," Muchenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton, CA 2
1987 "International Ceramics Festival '86," Mino, Japan
"Functional Glamour," Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
"Clay Feats," Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY
1986 "Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical," American Craft Museum, New York (traveled)
"Design in America," traveling exhibition org. by U.S. Information Agency
"Clay: Everyday Plus Sunday," John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI
1984 "Design in the Service of Tea," Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York
1983-5 "Soup, Soup, Beautiful Soup," traveling exhibition org. by the Campbell Museum, Camden, NJ
1983 "Continuous Contemporary Pattern," Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York
"Ornamentalism: The New Decorativeness in Architecture and Design," Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY (traveled)
"Craft: An Expanding Definition," John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI
1982-4 "Ancient Inspirations/Contemporary Interpretations," traveling exhibition org. by Roberson Center for Arts, Binghamton, NY
1982 "Pattern: An Exhibition of the Decorated Surface," American Craft Museum, New York (traveled)
1980-82 "For the Table top," American Craft Museum, New York (traveled)
"American Porcelain: New Expressions in an Ancient Art," Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Inst, Washington, DC (traveled)
1981 "Function and Ritual," Museum of Art, RI School of Design, Providence
1977,79 "El Paso Designer Craftsman Biennial," El Paso Museum of Art, TX

2003 2003 Art Palm Beach (R.Duane Reed Gallery)
"Stockbridge Glass Invitational", Holsten Gallery, Stockbridge, MA
ARTform, West Palm Beach (R. Duane Reed Gallery)
SOFA/NY (R. Duane Reed Gallery)
Heller Gallery, New York, NY
Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Toronto, Canada
2002 Heller Gallery, New York, NY 2001
Holsten Gallery, Stockbridge, MA Compositions Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Garth Clark Gallery, New York, NY
Riley Hawk Galleries, Columbus and Cleveland, OH
2000 Heller Gallery, New York, NY
Holsten Gallery, Stockbridge, MA
SOFA /Chicago, IL
Riley-Hawk Galleries, Cleveland, OH
Riley-Hawk Galleries, Columbus, OH
1999 Heller Gallery, New York, NY
Holsten Gallery, Stockbridge, MA
Riley-Hawk Galleries, Cleveland, OH
Riley-Hawk Galleries, Redmond, WA
Grand Central Gallery, Tampa, FL
Gump's, San Francisco, CA
Habitat Galleries, Pontiac, MI
1998 Heller Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
SOFA/Chicago (Heller Gallery)
Sanske Galerie, Zurich & Venice (solo, Zurich)
Habitat Galleries, Pontiac, MI (Glass Invitational)
1997 Imago Galleries, Palm Beach, CA
Riley-Hawk Galleries, Cleveland, OH
Morgan at Mendelsohn, Pittsburgh, PA
1996 Heller Gallery, New York
Imago Galleries, Palm Desert, CA
1995 Heller Gallery, New York, (solo)
Sanske Galerie, Zurich, (solo)
Barovier Galerie, Venice, Italy
SOFA/Chicago (Heller Gallery)
Wheaton Village/Collector's Weekend (Heller Gallery)
1989 Caplan/Duval, Montreal (solo)
Rosenthal Design Showroom, Dania, FL, (solo)
1987 Sybil Kahn Gallery, Kansas City, MO (solo)
Nessa Galois, Miami, FL, (solo)
1986 Rosenthal Studio Haus Gallery, Amsterdam (solo)
Rosenthal Studio Haus Gallery, Bonn (solo)
1985 The Ginza Art Space, Tokyo, (solo)
Rosenthal Studio Haus Gallery, Berlin, (solo)
Elan Home Fashion, Trump Tower, New York, (solo)
Rosenthal Studio Haus Gallery, Dusseldorf
1984 Rosenthal Studio Haus Gallery, Stockholm, (solo)
Caroline Lee Gallery, San Antonio, (solo)
Rosenthal Studio Haus Gallery, Copenhagen, (solo)
Rosenthal Studio Haus Gallery, Munich, (solo)
1983 Dorothy Weiss Gallery, San Francisco, (solo)
Martha Schneider Gallery, Chicago, (solo)
By Design, Minneapolis, (solo)
Rosenthal Studio Haus Gallery, Hamburg, (solo)

American Craft Museum, FOR THE TABLETOP (exhib. cat.), l980


American Craft Museum, MORE THAN ONE, (exhib. cat.), 1992

Amie Ahn, Park So-young, Shin soo-hye, NOUVEL OBJECT VI, Design House Inc., Korea, 2001

Axel, Jan & McCready, Karen, PORCELAIN, TRADITIONS & NEW VISIONS, Watson Guptil, l981

Burstein, Joanne, CERAMICS TEXTBOOK, Holt Rinehart, l985

Busch, Akiko, FLOORWORKS, Bantam, l988

Busch, Akiko, WALLWORKS, Bantam, l988

Chambers, Karen and Oldknow, Tina, CLEARLY INSPIRED: Contemporary Glass and Its Origins,
Tampa Museum of Art, Pomegranate Press, 1999 (exhib. catalog)

Clark, Garth, AMERICAN CERAMICS, 1876 TO THE PRESENT, Abbeville, l987

Danto, Arthur C., 397 CHAIRS, The Architectural League of New York, Harry Abrams, Inc. NY 1988

Denver Art Museum, US DESIGN 1975-2000, Prestel Verlag, London, 2002

Dunn, Chris, ART & DESIGN; SCULPTURE AND CERAMICS, Hodder & Stoughton, l996

Eidelberg, Martin, ed., DESIGNED FOR DELIGHT: Alternative Aspects of 20th Century Decorative Arts,
Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts, Flammarion, New York and Paris, 1977

Edwards, Sandra, PRODUCT DESIGN 2, PCB International, Locust Vallery, NY 1987

Everson Museum of Art, AMERICAN CERAMICS NOW, Syracuse, NY, 1987 (exhib. catalog)

Everson Museum of Art, FRAGILE BLOSSOMS, ENDURING EARTH, Syracuse, NY (exhib. catalog) 1989

Frith, Donald, PLASTER MOLDS FOR CERAMICS, Chilton Books, l985

Ferrin, Leslie, TEAPOTS TRANSFORMED, Guild Publishing, 2000

Gura, Judith, "LIGHTING, Inspiring Ideas for Lighting Effects, Hearst Books, NY, 2002


Grow, Lawrence, MODERN STYLE, Main Street Press, l985

Herman, Lloyd, ART THAT WORKS, Univ. of Washington, l990

Herman, Lloyd, AMERICAN PORCELAIN: New Expressions in an Ancient Art, Smithsonian
Institution, Timber Press, Forest Grove, OR, 1981 (exhib. catalog)

Horn, Richard, FIFTIES STYLE, Barnes & Noble, l985

Isozaki, Arata, ed. THE INTERNATIONAL DESIGN YEARBOOK 4, Abbeville Press, NY 1988

Lane, Peter, EXPLORATIONS IN CERAMIC FORM, Collins, l986

Lane, Peter, CERAMIC FORM, Rizzoli International, 1988.

Lane, Peter, STUDIO CERAMICS, Chilton Books, l983

Levin, Elaine HISTORY OF AMERICAN CERAMICS (cover), Watson-Guptill, l984

Lynn, Martha, CLAY TODAY, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 1990

Kirkham, Pat WOMEN DESIGNERS IN THE USA, 1900-2000: DIVERSITY AND DIFFERENCE, Bard Graduate Center, Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2000

McTwigan, Michael, SURFACE AND FORM, A Union of Polarities in Contemporary Ceramics, The
National Museum of Contemporary Ceramics, Baltimore, MD, (exhib. cat.) 1980

Museum of Art, RI School of Design, RITUAL AND FUNCTION (exhib. cat.), l98l

Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, FUNCTIONAL GLAMOUR (exhib. Cat.)
Hertogenbosch, Netherlands, l987

Nigrosh Leon, CLAYWORK, VOL.II, Davis, l985

Pearson, Katherine, AMERICAN CRAFTS, A Sourcebook for the Home, Stewart, Tabori & Chang, l983

Peterson, Susan, CRAFT AND THE ART OF CLAY, Overlook/Viking, 1992 & 2000

Peterson, Susan, CERAMIC HANDBOOK, Alfred Knopf, 1983

Roberson Center for the Arts & Sciences, ANCIENT INSPIRATIONS/CONTEMPORARY INTERPRETATIONS, Syracuse, NY (exhib. cat.), l982

Smith, Paul J. and Lucie-Smith Edward, CRAFT TODAY: POETRY OF THE PHYSICAL, American Craft
Museum, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, NY, 1986 (exhib. catalog)

Yelle, Richard, GLASS ART FROM URBAN GLASS, Schifflin Art Books, 2000


1990-1999, Abrams Publishers, 2000.

Wolk, Michael, DESIGNING FOR THE TABLE, Decorative and Functional Products (cover),
PBC Intl, l992

Zakin, Richard, ELECTRIC KILN CERAMICS, Chilton Books, l98l



Signature collections in tabletop, gifts, furniture and jewelry
XXoriginal form for two complete dinnerset with coordinated gift items
XXover a dozen decorative patterns put into production
Manufacture in Germany, distribution worldwide and on going today

TIFFANY & CO. - 1979 – 1990

Signature collections in hand made porcelain dinnerware & giftware
XXoriginal forms and decorative patterns for exclusive distribution
Signature bed and bath collections for Canon Royal Family line
XXPrint and woven cotton
XXSub-licensed products in bath bath accessories
V’SOSKE, INC. – 1987-1989
Signature designs in hand tufted carpet
BARNEY’S NEW YORK - 1987 – 1989
Signature designs in hand made porcelain dinnerware and giftware
Design and manufacture of the limited series works:
XXhand painted porcelain dinnerware
XXone-of-a-kind functional objects
XXarchitectural tile
FABRIC WORKSHOP - 1984 –1989
Signature collections in print table linens
Serigraphy on paper, suite of 4 images, signed and numbered


Glass Window and Wall Works

"Color Ways", window installation, 1999
fused glass panels, brushed aluminum frame
5.5 ft. x 4 ft. (glass panels, 14.5" each)
site: French Showhouse, 1999, NYC
architect: Christopher Coleman, NYC

"Color Ways", wall inset, 1998
fused glass panels, stainless steel
16" x 64" (glass panels, 14.5" each)
site and client: Dennis Miller Showroom, NYC

Ceramic Floor and Wall Works

"Jester", kitchen mural, 1998
hand painted earthenware tiles
3' x 3 1/2'
site: John Loring Residence, NYC
client: John Loring, Design Director, Tiffany & Co., NYC

"Key West", wall segment, 1983
hand painted earthenware tiles, 6' x 8'
site: Cooper Hewitt Museum, NYC, "Continuous Contemporary Pattern" exhibition
Curator: Milton Sonday

"Porcelain Carpet", 1983
hand made, hand painted porcelain tiles, 8' x 12'
"Ornamentalism" exhibition organized by the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY traveled to Huntington Art Gallery, Univ. of Texas/ Austin
Curator: Robert Jensen

also: "Pattern: An Exhibition of the Decorated Surface", museum exhibition
American Craft Museum, NYC
Curator: Paul J. Smith, now Director Emeritus

"Asterisks", floor segment, 1981
hand painted ceramic tiles, and commercial tiles, 8' x 12
Tiffany & Co., in store display, NYC, displayed with Hafner table setting (not shown)

"Key West", kitchen back splash, 1989
hand painted earthenware tiles, 18" x 8'
Residence: S. Leigh Ferst, NYC

"Thinking of You", 1990
painted earthenware bath tiles
Residence: R. Duncan Kerst, Anchorage, AK

"Atlantis", kitchen back splash, 1985
hand painted earthenware tiles and commercial tiles
Residence, Shaker Heights, OH
Architect: David Gross, G55 Architects