The awards given are as follows:
Best in Show goes to Luisa Baldinger for her double walled vessel.
Merit Award went to Judy Nelson-Moore for her Basket of Thoughts.
Merit Award went to Brianna Rickson for her brown and gold platter.
Merit Award went to Greta Ruis for her twisting sculpture.
Arita Porcelain Award went to Richard Orlando for his red and white tea set.
Coyote Clay Color Award went to Andrea Hegeman for her red vase.
People's Choice Award - Hebe Garcia, Viajeros
Albuquerque Empty Bowls Returned after Nine years.
The event was on Saturday, October 28th 2023
with great success raising $20,000 for
The Storehouse New Mexico. With the support of members and local potters supplying 600 bowls for the event.
The Clay Studio Tour
The Clay Studio Tour is but one of the benefits of NMPCA membership.
Take a gander at member clay arrays here: https://www.nmpotters.org/ClayStudioTour
We have been sharing those pages from the website to Facebook and Instagram - once a week.
If your page has not been showcased yet, look for an email from me before the end of the year to schedule.
If you don’t have a Clay Studio Tour page, but want one, visit here for directions:
The goals of the New Mexico Potters and Clay Artists are to promote excellence and creativity in the clay arts, and to further their understanding and appreciation throughout New Mexico. To support these goals, we foster educational programs, arrange exhibition opportunities, and provide a communication forum for the exchange of ideas, information and inspiration.
We are a statewide organization with member in Taos, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Cuba, Las Cruces and throughout the state.
NMPCA is a 501c3 organization.
nmpotters.org | Our Mailing Address: PO Box 26811, Albuquerque, NM 87125