Exhibitions

2014

Ohio Craft Museum
“Figure It” Contemporary Figurative Ceramic Invitational
July 16-August 24
Columbus, OH

 

State of Clay: 8th Biennial National Exhibition
May 3-June 1
Juried by Linda Arbuckle
Parsons Gallery
Lexington, MA

 

2013

NCECA Biennial
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
January 26- May 5

 

Small Treasures
Santa Fe Clay Gallery
Nov.1- Dec. 14

 

2012

SOFA Chicago
November 2-4
Represented by Maria Elena Kravitz Gallery
Navy Pier
Chicago, IL

 

State of Clay: 7th Biennial National Exhibition
April 22 - May 20
Juried by Doug Casebeer
Parson’s Gallery
Lexington, MA

 

Summer Workshop Artists Preview Exhibition
February - March
Santa Fe Clay Gallery
Santa Fe, NM

 

2011

Jersey Shore Clay National
June 25 – July 25
MT Burton Gallery
Surf City, NJ

 

In Context: The Art of Here and Now
June 16-August 12
Worcester Art Museum
Worcester, MA

 

About the Mark
August 26-December 16
Curry College
Milton, MA

 

2010

A New Decade of Clay, National Juried Ceramics Show
Juror: Richard Shaw
September 17-October 16
Northstar at Tahoe Resort
Lake Tahoe, CA

 

New England Sculptor's Association Show
August 30-October 15
Heftler Visiting Artist Gallery, Carol Grillo Art Gallery
at Endicott College
Beverly, MA

 

2009

State of Clay: 6th Biennial National Juried Exhibition
March 29-April 25, 2009
Parson's Gallery
130 Waltham Street
Lexington, MA

 

This Body: Figurative Ceramic Sculpture by Claudia Olds Goldie, Paintings by Katie Claiborne
January 12-30, 2009
Mazmanian Art Gallery
Framingham State College
Framingham, MA

 

2008

SAC Artist Awards Exhibition
August 9-October 19, 2008
Society of Arts and Crafts Gallery
175 Newbury Street
Boston, MA

The SAC Artist Awards encourage New England craft artists who demonstrate a mastery of their craft media and who create original and innovative work. Along with this three group exhibition, each winner receives a $3,000 cash award.

 

2007

Crafts at the Castle
November 29-December 2, 2007

Hynes Convention Center
900 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

 

Plus One Invitational
September 5-29, 2007

Bromfield Gallery
450 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA

 

State of Clay: 5th Biennial National Juried Exhibition
April 1-27, 2007

Parson's Gallery
130 Waltham Street
Lexington, MA

 

2006

NESA Group Exhibition
September 11–December 5, 2006

University of Massachusetts Campus Center
100 Morrisssey Blvd.
Boston, MA

 

Micromonumental: Small Works
May 13–June 10, 2006

Brush Art Gallery and Studios
256 Market Street
Lowell, MA

and

The Fine Arts Center Main Gallery
Virginia Intermont College
Bristol, VA

 

Looking Back, Looking Forward: State of Clay in Massachusetts
April 8–June 7, 2006

Fuller Craft Museum
455 Oak Street
Brockton, MA


2005

Arsenal Center for the Arts Inaugural Invitational
September 9–October 29, 2005

Curator: Arthur Dion, Director of NAGA Gallery, Boston

Arsenal Center for the Arts
321 Arsenal Street
Watertown, MA

Call 617.923.0100 for more information.

 

Ceramics 2005: A Juried Exhibition of North American Ceramic Art
June 12–July 23, 2005

Curator: Chris Guston

The Guilford Handcraft Center
411 Church Street
Guilford, CT

Call 203.453.5947 for more information.

 

Micromonumentals: An Exhibition of Small Scale Sculpture
April 28–June 10, 2005

NESA in Collaboration with Baltimore Sculptors, Inc.

LynnArts Center
25 Exchange Street
Lynn, MA

Call 781.598.5244 for more information.


2004

The Fifth Annual Hardy Family Art Collection Show and Sale
May 1–October 31, 2004

An invitational Exhibition with Claudia Olds Goldie, Fernando Botero, Burton Morris, Howard Behrens, Bobbie Carlyle, Saraida Martinez, Ranna and Gene Trindl
Curator: Brian Edward Leach
Gala Opening: May 1, 2004

Contact Brian Leach, Nemacolin Woodlands Art curator, at 734.329.6750 or brian.leach@nwlr.com for more information.

 

The State of Clay: National Juried Ceramic Exhibition
May 2–31, 2004

Juried by: Peter Beasecker

The Lexington Arts and Crafts Society
130 Waltham Street
Lexington, MA

 

Ceramic Figurative Sculpture - A Solo Exhibition by Claudia Olds Goldie
January 11–February 13, 2004

Opening Reception Sunday, January 11, 2004, 3-5 pm
Monday-Friday: 8am - 4pm
Saturday Hours: Call in advance for special arrangements

The Roxbury Latin School
Great Hall
101 St. Theresa Ave.
Boston, MA

Call Brian Buckley at 617.325.4920 x237 for more information.

 

2003

St. Petersburg Clay National - A Juried Ceramic Art Exhibition
November 14-December 20, 2003

Juror: Don Reitz, who was awarded the prestigious Gold Medal for “consummate craftsmanship” from the American Craft Council in 2002, and presented the closing lecture at NCECA in March 2003

The Historic Seaboard Train Station
420 22nd Street South
St. Petersburg, FL 33712

 

Ceramics 2003: The Fourth Biennial Exhibit of North American Clay
July 6-August 23, 2003

Juror: Susan Peterson, artist, author and authority on contemporary ceramics

The Guilford Handcraft Center
411 Church Street
Guilford, CT

Call 203.453.5947 for more information.

 

The Cambridge Art Association National Prize Show
May 5-June 25, 2003

Juror: Marc Pachter, director of the National Portrait Gallery,
Smithsonian, Washington, DC

Locations:
Kathryn Shultz Gallery, 25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, MA
University Place Gallery, 124 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA

Call 617.876.0246 for more information.

 

Sculpture, The Multiform Art
March 16-April 18, 2003

The Attleboro Museum
86 Park Street
Attleboro, MA

Call 508.222.2644 for more information.


2002

Contemporary Figurative Sculpture
October 11-November 9, 2002

Curator: Sanford Besser, collector

Santa Fe Clay
1615 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM

Call 505.984.1122 for more information.

 

The New England Sculptors Association
October 10-January 10, 2002

The New Bedford Art Museum
608 Pleasant Street
New Bedford, MA

Call 508.961.3072 for more information.

 

The State of Clay
March 5-30, 2002

Juror: William Daley, professor emeritus at the University of the Arts

Ceramics Guild of the Lexington Arts and Crafts Society
130 Waltham Street
Lexington, MA

Call 781.862.9696 for more information.