Wade MacDonald Ceramics Acquired by Renowned Art Collection

Wade MacDonald, “Fractured Tall Vase #10,” 3.5 x 4.5 x 14 inches, slip cast porcelain, underglazes, Mother of Pearl Lustre. Image courtesy of the artist.

Assistant Professor Wade MacDonald (ceramics) had a ceramic work, “Red and Black Color Dotted Fracture Mug,” acquired by the Rosenfeld Collection, part of the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, N.Y., which is internationally renowned for its collections of ceramics. MacDonald was one of nine ceramic artists invited to show work in the national exhibition, Deconstructing the Mold, August 4-26, 2023, at the Red Lodge Clay Center’s Loft Gallery in Red Lodge, Montana. For the month of August, MacDonald was invited to be the featured artist on Artaxis, the major online community of artists with a focus on ceramics. MacDonald has exhibited nationally including juried exhibitions at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee, Wis.; Kennedy Museum of Art, Ohio University, in Athens, Ohio; Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Clay Center of New Orleans and in invitational exhibitions at The Clay Studio, Philadelphia and numerous others. He has published essays on the field of ceramics in Ceramics Monthly and American Craft Magazine, and received the NCECA Emerging Artist Award in 2018.

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