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Phillip MaberryBorn 1951, Stamford, TX
Studio in Highland, NY

1975-6 Graduate Studies, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT.
1974 BFA, Ceramics, East Texas State University, Commerce, TX.

*catalogue +traveling exhibition
One Person
2004 Garth Clark Gallery, Long Island City, NY*
2000 Garth Clark Gallery, New York
1996 Garth Clark Gallery, New York
1995 Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL
        Garth Clark Gallery, Los Angeles
1993 Garth Clark Gallery, New York
1992 Garth Clark Gallery, Kansas City, MO
        Garth Clark Gallery, New York
1991 Garth Clark Gallery, New York
        Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL
1990 Garth Clark Gallery, New York
1989 Garth Clark Gallery, Los Angeles
1988 Garth Clark Gallery, New York
1987 Garth Clark Gallery, Los Angeles
1986 Garth Clark Gallery, Los Angeles
1984 Shangri-la di da, Hadler/Rodriguez Gallery, New York
1982 The Fountain, Hadler/Rodriguez Gallery, Houston
        Phillip Maberry, Recent Works, Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston
1981 Installation and Ceramics, Delahunty Gallery, Dallas
        Porcelain and Pastels, Hadler/Rodriguez Gallery, New York
2002 Teapots and Opium, Garth Clark Gallery, New York
2002 Postmodern Ceramics, Dolphin Gallery, Kansas City, MO
        Blue+White=Radical, Garth Clark Gallery, New York
2000 Allan Chasanoff Ceramic Collection, Mint Museum of Craft+Design, Charlotte, NC *
1999 Crack Pots from the Collection of Donna Moog, Forum for Cotemporary Art, St. Louis, MO
1999 The Contemporary Vessel – New Works in Clay, Dolphin Gallery, Kansas City, MO
1997 All Figural: Many Media Contemporary Art from the Kamm Collection, California State University, Northridge, CA
1991 Bedrooms, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY
1990 Clay, Color, Content: The 28th Ceramic National, Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY *+
1989 Surface & Form, The National Museum of Ceramic Art, Baltimore, MD *
1988 Pattern & Design, Nancy Poole Studio, Toronto
1986 American Potters Today, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
1985 Contemporary American Ceramics, Twenty Artists, Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport, CA
        Surface/Function/Shape, Selections from the Earl Millard Collection, Southern Illinois University at Edwardville, IL
1983 Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
        Group Exhibition Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, PA
        Art Materialized, Selections from the Fabric Workshop, The New Gallery for
        Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH *+
1981 Gill, Maberry, Woodman, Hadler/Rodriguez Gallery, New York
        Group Show, Mandell Gallery, Los Angeles
1980 The Vessel, Delahunty Gallery, Dallas*
        The New Fauves, Hadler/Rodriguez Gallery, Houston
        For the Tabletop, American Craft Museum, New York *
1978 Small Art, Hadler/Rodriguez Gallery, New York
1974 Texas Sculpture '74, Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas

Boca Museum, Boca Raton, FL
Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, WI
Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY
Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA
Mint Museum of Craft + Design, Charlotte, NC
The Newark Museum, Newark, NJ
Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA
St. Louis Museum of Art, MO
Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Books and Catalogues

American Craft Museum. For the Tabletop. New York: American Craft Museum, 1980.
_____. Pattern. New York: American Craft Museum, 1982.
Axel, Jan, & Karen McCready. Porcelain: Traditions and New Visions. New York: Watson-Guptill, 1981.
Clark, Garth. American Ceramics 1876 to the Present. Abbeville Press, New York, 1988.
Clark, Garth. The Artful Teapot. London: Thames & Hudson, 2001.
Clark, Garth. Philip Maberry. New York: Garth Clark Gallery, 2004.
Del Vecchio, Mark. Postmodern Ceramics. New York: Thames & Hudson, 2001.
Dillingham, Rick. The Vessel. Dallas: Delahunty Gallery, 1980.
Everson Museum of Art. Clay, Color, Content: The 28th Ceramic National. Syracuse, NY: Everson Museum, 1990.
Horn, Richard. Fifties Style, Then and Now. New York: Beech Tree Press, 1985.
Jenson, Robert, and Patricia Conway. Ornamentalism. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, 1983.
Lauria, Jo. et al. Color and Fire: Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics, 1950-2000, New York: Rizzoli International Publications, 2000.
McTwigan, Michael. Surface & Form. Baltimore: The National Museum of Ceramic Art, 1989.
Stroud, Marion Boulton. An Industrious Art: Innovation in Pattern and Print at The Fabric Workshop, New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1991.
Periodicals and Reviews
Alinovi. "Artist's Decor," Domus (March, 1982).
Balint, Juliana. “Love Shack,” The World of Interiors (January, 1993).
Busch, Akiko. "The Decorated Surface," Metropolis (December, 1981).
Fennet. "The New Fauves," Houston Chronicle (January, 1981).
Frank, Peter. "John Gill, Phillip Maberry, Betty Woodman, “Art News (March, 1982).
Guralnick, Margot. "Two Ceramic Artists Go to Camp," HG (May 1991).
Jepson. Town and Country (December, 1981).
Kutner. "Ceramicists Far Beyond Usable Vessels," Dallas Morning News (January, 1981).
Larson, Kay. "All-American Energy," New York, April 11, 1983.
McKeon. "The Art of Living," New York Magazine (April, 1981).
Schwartz, Judith S. "Phillip Maberry," American Ceramics (Fall, 1981).
Stephens. "Pattern on Pattern," Progressive Architecture (September, 1981).
Vivas, Antonio. Ceramica, No.92, 2004.
Warren, Ron. "Phillip Maberry," Arts Magazine (March, 1984).