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Christopher David White

 

www.christopherdavidwhite.com

cwhite.ceramics@gmail.com

Education        

2013-2015

 

2008-2012

MFA in Craft/Material Studies,Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

 

BFA in Ceramics, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Minor: Art History

 

Awards

2014

2012

Most Environmentally Conscious Installation, Inlight, 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA

Windgate Fellowship, Center of Craft Creativity, and Design

 

Exhibitions

2016

 

 

 

 

2015

 

 

2014

 

 

 

 

 

Human:Nature, Solo Show, Abmeyer+Wood Fine Art, Seattle, Washington

Hyperrealism, ClayArch Gimhae Museum, Gimhae, South Korea

To See, To Show, To Be Seen, Suwon IPark Museum of Art, Suwon, South Korea

Hyperrealism: Nothing is Static, Daejeon Museum of Art, Daejeon, South Korea

Bodies + Beings, Abmeyer+Wood Gallery, Seattle, WA

A Perception of Change, A Change of Perception, Depot Gallery, Richmond, VA

InLight 2014, 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA (in collaboration with Marta Finkelstein)

Remarks on Seeing, FAB Gallery, Richmond, VA

Clay3, ClaySpace, Warrenville, Illinois

Where Words Are Not Enough, ArtSpace, Richmond, Virginia

We Brought This in a Mini-Van, Gallery 218, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Into the Woods, Foreman Gallery, Oneonta, New York

 

Bibliography

Barnes, Sara “Sculptor Expertly Fools the Eye with Surreal Ceramics That Look Like Wood,” My Modern Met, 21 August 2016, mymodernmet.com

Pizana, Nick, “Christopher David White’s Ceramic Sculptures Mimic Wood and Other Textures,“ Hi Fructose, 6 March 2014,hifructose.com
“Ceramics, Not Wood, From Christopher David White, “ Juxtapoz. 5 February 2014, http://www.juxtapoz.com/

Kat, Noel, “Unbelievable Ceramic Sculptures That Look Like Wood, “ My Modern Met, 27 January 2014,    http://www.mymodernmet.com/

Power Station of Art, “Art World,” Double Hands, November 2013, 64-64

“Touch,” A Better Project, October, 2013
“Awards,” Ceramic Arts Yearbook, November, 2012, 44
“Spring 2012,” Canvas Magazine, 2012, 60-61

Jobson, Christopher, “Cycle of Decay: A Sculpted Ceramic Hand that Looks Like a Carved Tree Branch,” This is Colossal, 12 December 2012. www.thisiscolossal.com
Tristan, “Cycles of Decay par Christopher David White,” Journal Du Design. 12 December 2012. www.journal-du- design.fr.
Olda, Danny. “The Decaying Ultra Realistic Ceramics of Christopher David White, “ Beautiful Decay, 12 November 2012, http://beautifuldecay.com