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Potters Tour
October 21 & 22, 2017
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Indiana County - Western PA

last update 10/4/2017

Circle T Ceramics

Kevin Turner

Robertshaw Building, Room 19
199 Robertshaw Drive
Indiana, PA 15701

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Circle T Ceramics Studio is located in the Robertshaw building on the IUP Campus and is part of the Indiana County Small Business Incubator

1. Take Rt 119 Toward Indiana, PA to exit for Wayne Ave.

2. Wayne Ave. North to Rose St. (Hoss's restrauant will be on the South West corner.)

3. Left on Rose Ave, then an immediate right onto S. 13th Street

4. Turn left into parking lot. The entrance to the studio will be on the back side.

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Guest Potters:

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Kevin Turner


Kevin Turner is originally from south Mississippi and he moved to Indiana, Pennsylvania in 2006 to accept the position of Professor of Ceramics at Indiana University of Pennsylvania where he currently teaches and maintains a private studio.

As his current work and material research focuses on high quality translucent porcelain and fine china, he has exhibited in numerous competitions and exhibitions both nationally and internationally including the San Diego Art Museum in San Diego, CA; The Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, NY; The International New Art Forms Exposition in Chicago, IL; and the Vagnotti Palace in Cortona, Italy. He also exhibited and received awards for his work at the Kerameikon Ceramics Multiplex International Competition in Verazdin, Croatia, the 16th San Angelo National Ceramics Competition; San Angelo, TX and the 3rd World Ceramic Biennale at the World Ceramic Center in Icheon, South Korea.

Kevin’s work has also been included in permanent collections such as the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson, MS, The Ohr – O’Keefe Museum of Art in Biloxi, MS, The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg, PA, The City Museum of Verazdin, Croatia and The International Ceramics Studio in Kecskemet, Hungary.

Artist Statement:

" I have always been inspired by the natural environment both as a spectator and participant. In my current work I draw upon personal memory and experience to create objects that often refer to the landscape as well as the interactions that exist between the environment and its inhabitants.

Images and patterns from cultivated fields, textures of seashells and windblown sand, fire ant mounds and algae from stagnant water are all images and characteristics of natural beauty brought together along with cultural references, combining them into an arrangement of form and design. "

Samples of Pottery