Karen Koblitz

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Karen is an internationally recognized artist and educator whose vibrant ceramic and mixed media works can be found in collections worldwide. She creates pieces for public and private commissions and is currently Head of Ceramics in the University of Southern California’s Roski School of Fine Arts.

Morphologizing - May 3-June 16

I will have work in the group show, Morphologizing, curated by Eric Brinkman at the Manhattan Beach Art Center, CA.

Opening Reception: Friday, May 3rd, 6–9 pm — enjoy the exhibition with live Jazz music, live pottery throwing and refreshments! Free Admission.
Exhibition: May 3rd – June 16, 2019
Location: 1560 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Phone: (424) 634-0936

Hope you have the opportunity to see the show, www.citymb.info!

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The word “morphology” comes from the Greek word for “form.” The term now refers to a common mode of scientific analysis utilized to understand objects in terms of their parts, shapes, and structures. Morphology also explores how these parts come together to create a unified whole. This exhibition is dedicated to a morphological understanding of pottery.

Tattoo Series Abilova's Swallow Inshallah,    2009

Tattoo Series Abilova's Swallow Inshallah, 2009

Bull & Hare,    2009

Bull & Hare, 2009

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Cesky Porcelain

I was invited to participate in the 2018 Cesky Porcelain Symposium in Dubi, Czech Republic (June 10 - 20) with 16 other artists from around the world. We painted with cobalt on porcelain bisque. It was a wonderful experience to work alongside this diverse and talented group of artists. The symposium included tours of the Cesky Porcelain Factory and the Royal Dux Figurine Factory in Duchov. It was a productive ten days!