(Re)Form Checklist

10/09/2010 - 12/18/2010

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Richard Carter, class of 1985
American, born 1959
Hate, 2010
wood-fired stoneware and found objects
Courtesy of the artist

Josh DeWeese, class of 1985
American, born 1963
Jar, 2009
glazed stoneware
Courtesy of the artist

Cary Esser, class of 1978
American, born 1955
Topography 10, 2010
glazed earthenware, poplar, steel
Courtesy of Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art;
Special thanks to David Dowell, Chris Burk,  el dorado architects, and Jesse McAfee

Teri Frame, class of 2006
American, born 1971
Massys’ Venus, 2010
Hydrocal, ceramic, wood, velvet, raw clay, mirror, rosebud
Courtesy of the artist

Andrea Gill, class of 1973
American, born 1948
Entari, 2006
glazed earthenware
Courtesy of the artist

John Gill, class of 1973
American, born 1949
Obstacle Series, Tall Vase, 2009
glazed stoneware
Courtesy of the artist

Chris Gustin, class of 1975
American, born 1952
Vessel with Dimple, #0807, 2008
glazed stoneware
Courtesy of Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art

Sarah Jaeger, class of 1985
American, born 1949
Tureen and Tray, 2006
glazed porcelain
Courtesy of the artist

Maren Kloppmann, class of 1993
Born Germany, 1962; lives in Minneapolis
Wall Pillows IV/09(8 elements), 2009
glazed porcelain
Courtesy of the artist

Nathan Mabry, class of 2001
American, born 1978

Ossacip (Number 1), 2009
C-print and artificial eyes
Courtesy of Cherry and Martin Gallery, Los Angeles

Ossacip (Number 2), 2009
C-print and artificial eyes

Collection of Nicholette Kominos, Los Angeles

Ossacip (Number 3), 2009
C-print and artificial eyes

Courtesy of Cherry and Martin Gallery, Los Angeles

Ossacip (Number 4), 2009
C-print and artificial eyes

Courtesy of Cherry and Martin Gallery, Los Angeles

Andrew Martin, class of 1979
American, born 1957
Shadow Lake, 2010
glazed porcelain
Courtesy of the artist

Nobuhito Nishigawara, class of 1999
Born Japan, 1974; lives in Santa Ana, CA
Hotei, 2008
painted stoneware
Courtesy of Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica

Richard Notkin, class of 1971
American, born 1948
This Is What You Were Born For (After Goya), 2006
terra cotta
Promised gift of Theodore Waddell and Lynn Campion to the Kansas City Art Institute Ken Ferguson Teaching Collection.

Tia Pulitzer, class of 2001
American, born 1978
The Mourner, 2009
Design-cast, heat-sensitive urethane paint
Courtesy of the artist

Bobby Silverman, class of 1980
American, born 1956
Sappho, 2010
glazed porcelain
Courtesy of Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art

Jesse Small, class of 1997
American, born 1974
Firmament of Fixed Stars, 2010
enameled steel, porcelain, found objects
Courtesy of Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art

Paul Anthony Smith, class of 2010
Born Jamaican, 1988; lives in Kansas City
World Histories: Ancestral Transcience, 2010
wood, ceramic, painted steel and oil
Courtesy of the artist

Chris Staley, class of 1978
American, born 1954
Snow Falling at Night, 2009
glazed stoneware
Courtesy of the artist

R. Justin Stewart, class of 2003
American, born 1980
Systems of Knowing 03 (blue caps), 2009
Teflon o-rings, zip ties, pencil, ink, paper, wood, paint, vinyl
Courtesy of plus + gallery, Denver

Akio Takamori, class of 1976
Born Japan, 1950; lives in Seattle
Pink Princess, 2009
stoneware with underglaze
Courtesy of James Harris Gallery, Seattle

Irv Tepper, class of 1969
American, born 1947
Morning… Wake-up!, 2010
porcelain

Wake-up!…Face It!, 2010
charcoal and pastel on museum board

Courtesy of the artist

Daniel Ricardo Teran, class of 2007
American, born 1983
Urn, 2009
glazed earthenware with terra sigillata

Courtesy of the artist

Kurt Weiser, class of 1972
American, born 1950
Empire, 2009
glazed porcelain and bronze

Luna, 2009
glazed porcelain and bronze

Courtesy of Ferrin Gallery, Pittsfield, MA

Casey Whittier, class of 2008
American, born 1986
(Re)collection: A Confrontation with Time, 2010
porcelain, plaster, paper clay, human hair, sod

Courtesy of the artist

Arnie Zimmerman, class of 1977
American, born 1954
Men in CitiesBag Man, Diver, Tenement, 2006
wood-fired stoneware
Courtesy of Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art