Ceramic Innovations April 1-29, 2017
This international juried exhibition is dedicated to enhancing the public's awareness of contemporary ceramics while providing a venue for established and emerging artists alike to share their functional and sculptural creative endeavors.
Wayne Art Center
413 Maplewood Ave.
Wayne, PA 19087
Sculptors Award New Hope Arts
We are fortunate to be able to see five different pieces from Ms. Rosenthal in this exhibition, and to experience the richness of her visual language along with the mastery of her medium. These are exquisite works - delicate, potent and iconic. Each one is a world unto itself. At first glance, “Winter Flowers” may seem to be merely a simple vessel form and somewhat plain in comparison to its more demonstrative neighbor (Sprouting Bulb), but there is so much more at stake here. The entire shape seems to be in the process of swelling or collapsing, like a ripening or overripe peach, or a breathing apparatus. Worthy of contemplat
_The 5 B's Wayne Art Center May 2015_
The Wayne Art Center in Wayne PA had a show named the 5 B's- birds, bees,butterflies, bat and bugs. I was the recipient of the award for best ceramics.
_New Hope Arts_
This is a quote from an article written by Gwen Shrift from the Bucks County Courier about my work in the New Hope Arts Sculpture Show May 2015
"Judith Rosenthal’s 'Winter
Flowers” and “Sprouting Bulb,' in
porcelain paper clay, are among the
most accomplished works shown
in any local sculpture exhibit
within this writer’s memory. They
are, of course, contrived — but in
a way that seems to complete the
natural processes of their subject
I shared the award with four other artists.