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Body Language at IceHouse Gallery, Petaluma California

"Poseidon's Daughter"

an exhibition of stoneware sculpture

by Susannah Israel

Opens Dec 4, 2015 from 6 - 9 pm

Oakland Museum of Ceramics

Exhibiting Artist with The Crucible's Annual Fire & Light Soiree, April 26, 2014. Oakland, California

"The Usual Suspects" Workshop, October 10-12, 2014 at the Mendocino Art Center, will be a weekend of vigorous creation, discussion and discovery.

Public lecture & sculpture demonstration, October 20, 2013, Ceramics Annual of America, San Francisco Civic Center

Taught "The Intentional Image" from Aug 12-16, 2013, a week-long intensive workshop at the Mendocino Art Center.

Donated to the inaugural exhibition, "Feeding the Fire" Youth Arts Fundraiser at Black Bean Ceramic Art Center, San Jose CA

Reading with the international WE ARE YOU Project, at Joyce Gordon Gallery, August 3, 2013

"Susannah Israel: Darwin's Atoms" Solo exhibition of terracotta sculpture, June 4-29, 2013 at SMAart Gallery, San Francisco

Susannah Israel: ""Clay Artist Connects Understanding of Our Past with Vision for Enlightened Future." Combustus Magazine, review by Deanna Powaty

Susannah Israel: New Ceramic Work. Solo exhibition of ceramic sculpture, Roscoe Gallery, March 2013

"Body Language: Figures in Clay." Skyline College Gallery, San Bruno, CA. February 4 - March 9, 2013. Curated by Tiffany Schmierer.

Winter Session Artist-in-Residence, Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino, California

Art, Music & Revelry: Hairy Music Presents the Hallowed Ball, The Foundry, Berkeley CA. October 31, 2013

3rd Ceramics Annual of America, San Francisco Sept 14-16, 2012

New Figuration: Sources & Synthesis. Susannah Israel, moderator; Michelle Gregor, James Tisdale, and Tomoko Nakazato at the Ceramics Annual of America

"Gesture & Meaning: the Figure in Conversation" at Sierra Nevada College, South Lake Tahoe

Curated the invitational master show "What Is A Rabbit?" July 11-Aug 4, 2012, Natsoulas Center For the Arts, Davis CA

California Shakespeare Works In Nature May-October 2012

Invited Artist, 18th Annual Ruth Bancroft Garden Sculpture Exhibition. June 15-July 14, 2012

The Internet of Experience: Circus by Monto Kumagai, with music by Sun Hop Fat

Flourish Davis! Public Art Program

REALIZATIONS: EXPRESSIVE CLAY SCULPTURE April 21 & 22, 2012 (Sat/Sun 9:30 am-4:30 pm) Mendocino Art Center

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Terracotta: Baked Earth
Eddie Rhodes Gallery

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Susannah Israel: Artist Review in Combustus Magazine. "Clay Artist Connects Understanding of Our Past with Vision for Enlightened Future." Deanna Piowaty, Editor

"Molding Marvels From Clay: Susannah Israel" review and photoessay by Playthell Benjamin

Review of "Focus On The Figure" at Pence Gallery

"Good Company" exhibition sponsored by Mission Clay

"Susannah Israel: New Work" at Black Bean Ceramic Art Center, in Sculpture Magazine, November 2011, "On Record."

Susannah Israel at Black Bean Ceramic Art Center

"Susannah Israel: New Work" review by Ted Fullwood

A Cultural Enquiry: Objectspace, New Zealand

Davis Art Center, Tsao Gallery, "ACGA @ DAC

"Visual Perspectives" by Margaret Carney

2010 Ceramics Annual of America, exhibit catalog

The Art of Making Art, by Elaine Levin

500 Figures in Clay: Artists Celebrate the Human Form.

"The Complexities of Clay" by Elaine Levin, exhibition curator

"terracotta: baked earth" review by Lauren Shiraishi

Feats of Clay 20th Invitational

"firings: personal geography"

"Narratives" by Alex Felsinger

Fletcher Challenge Ceramics Award: a cultural enquiry
28th January 2010 - 20th March 2010

The Fletcher Challenge Ceramics Award (1977-1998) was for many years New Zealand's most enduring art award. Certainly, it was our most internationalist visual arts award and one of the most generously sponsored. While many visual arts awards came and went during this time, this partnership between Auckland Studio Potters and Fletcher Brownbuilt and then Fletcher Challenge, has bequeathed a number of legacies.

This exhibition - an ‘enquiry' into the Award - brings together almost all of the winning pots from Australia, Japan, France, New Zealand, Switzerland, the United States and the United Kingdom, which are now owned by the Fletcher Trust. Susannah Israel is the only artist from the USA to win the Premier Award, for Lobo California. Looking at contemporary accounts of annual award exhibitions, curator Grant Thompson interrogates the formation of this unique collection and the culture of the Award itself.

Lobo California
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