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 Beth Changstrom  (1943 - )

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Education:
BA Scripps College 1965; Claremont, CA
MFA Claremont Graduate School 1969; Claremont, CA

Work History:
Instructor, Chaffey Junior College 1969-1970; Rancho Cucamonga,CA
Instructor, San Bernardino Art Center 1968-1969; San Bernardino, CA
Instructor, Riverside Art Center 1968-1969; Riverside, CA
Numerous Workshops in US and Canada

Selected Exhibitions:
2004 “Standing Room Only”, 60th Annual Ceramic Exhibition; Scripps College; Claremont, CA
2002  “The Artful Teapot”, Sonny and Gloria Kamm Collection; Copia Museum; Napa, CA, and touring
2000  “Sublime Servers, A Celebration of Theatrical Possibilities for the Table”, Baltimore Clayworks; Baltimore, MD, and touring
1996  “Monarch Tile Company Small Sculpture Exhibition”
“Just Add Water”, Wustum Museum of Fine Arts; Racine, WI
“Berkshire Clay National ’96; Maple Hill Gallery; West Stockbridge, MA
“Twisted Tea”, Twist Gallery, Portland, OR
“Celestial Seasonings, A Loose Interpretation”, Boulder CO, and touring
1995  “Celestial Seasonings Theme Teapot Exhibition”, Boulder, CO
“C.E.R.F.” (Artist’s Relief Fund) Traveling Exhibition and Auction
“Let’s Play House”, Wustum Museum of Fine Arts; Racine, WI
“National Teapot Invitational”, Mia Gallery; Seattle, WA
“The Narrative Teapot”, Ferrin Gallery; Northampton, MA
“Berkshire Clay National 1995”, Maple Hill Gallery; West Stockbridge, MA
“1995 Ceramic International Exchange Exhibition”, The Canterbury Museum; Christchurch, New Zealand
“1995 Wichita National” Wichita Center for the Arts, Wichita, KS
1994  “Art A La Carte: Works by Beth Changstrom, Judith Gaulke & James Warren Perry”, Hewlett Packard Company, Palo Alto, CA
“Get Back”, Claremont Graduate Alumni Show, Claremont, CA & traveling to Kohn  Turner Gallery; Los Angeles, CA
“The Gold Show” Palo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto, CA
“U.S.A. Within Limits”, Galeria Milan; Sao Paulo, Brazil
1993  “Two Lotuses Rising From the Mud, Works by Beth Changstrom & Bennett Bean”, 10th Anniversary Show, Susan Cummins Gallery; Mill Valley, CA
“20th Annual Ceramic Invitational” Crossman Gallery; University of Wisconsin; Whitewater, WI
“Teapots/Teacups”, The Farrell Collection; Washington, D.C.
“Pets: Artists and an American Obsession”, Wustum Museum, Racine, WI
“The Wichita National ‘93”, Wichita Center for the Arts; Wichita, KS;   Honorable Mention
“Tea Party”, Ferrin Gallery; Northampton, MA
1992  “Miniature Show”, Bolinas Museum; Bolinas, CA
“Two Person Show”, Kurland/Summers Gallery; Los Angeles, CA
“Two Person Show”, Schneider-Bluhm-Loeb Gallery; Chicago, IL
“Still Lives”, The Guest House; Zen Center; San Francisco, CA
1991  “Artists and the American Yard”, Wustum Museum of Fine Arts; Racine, WI
“Terre Incognita”, Spectrum Gallery; San Francisco, CA
“What’s Shakin’”, Twist Gallery; Portland, OR
“Cup as Metaphor”, Sybaris Gallery; Royal Oak, MI
1990  “For The Birds”, Wustum Museum of Fine Arts; Racine, WI
“Miniature Show”, Bolinas Museum; Bolinas, CA
“The Making of a Legend/Chief Seattle’s Reply”, Hatley/Martin Gallery; 
  San    Francisco, CA
“Mixed Media and Messages”, Lang Gallery, Scripps College; Claremont, CA
“Off Center”, Fine Arts Gallery, California State University; Los Angeles, CA
1989  “New Art: Paintings from New York, Texas, California”, Laguna Gloria Museum;
   Austin, TX, and touring
“The Book Show”, SFMOMA Rental Gallery; San Francisco, CA
“Nature Studies”, Esther Saks Gallery; Chicago, IL
“Scripps College Alumna Exhibition”, Rosenquist Galleries; Tucson, AZ
“The Home Show”, Falkirk Cultural Center; San Rafael, CA
“Mirror Images”, The Gallery at Craft Alliance; St. Louis, MO
1988  “Colorado Invites”, Sangre de Christo Arts and Conference Center; Pueblo, CO
“Home is Where the Art is, Selected Views by Contemporary Craft Artists”, San Jose State University Gallery 1; Exhibition and Video; San Jose, CA
Franklin Mint, Philadelphia, PA; Commission for Corporate Dining Room
“1988 Juried Members Show”, Laura Russo Gallery; Portland, OR, and touring
“The Aesthetic Edge: A National Ceramics Invitational” Corvallis Art Center; Corvallis, OR
1987  “American Ceramics Now: The 27th Ceramic National Exhibition”,
   Everson Museum;    Syracuse, NY, and touring
“North of the Bay”, University Art Gallery, Sonoma State University; Rohnert Park, CA
“International Teapot Show”, Springfield Art Association; Springfield, IL
“At Table”, Oakland Museum of Art; Oakland, CA
1986  “Group Show”, Amaury St. Gilles Gallery; Tokyo, Japan
1985  “Clay Invitational”, Susan Cummins Gallery; Mill Valley, CA
Claremont Influences”, Susan Cummins Gallery; Mill Valley, CA
1984  “All California ‘84”, Laguna Beach Art Museum; Laguna Beach, CA
“Ink and Clay XI”, California Polytechnic University; Pomona, CA
“Scripps Clay Connection”, 40th Annual Ceramics Invitational; Scripps College; Claremont, CA
“10th Annual Ceramics Invitational”, Weber State College; Ogden, UT
1983  “9th Annual Ceramics Invitational”, Weber State College; Ogden, UT
“Ink and Clay X”, California Polytechnic University; Pomona, CA
1982  “38th Annual Ceramics Invitational”, Scripps College; Claremont, CA
1981  “28th Annual Designer Craftsmen”, Richmond Art Center; Richmond, CA
“Vessels Aesthetic I”, Downey Museum of Art; Downey, CA; Taft College Art Gallery; Taft, CA
“6th Ceramics Invitational”, Sykes Gallery, Millersville State College; Millersville, PA
1980  “Tradition and Change”, Houston Designer Craftsmen; University of Houston at
  Clear Lake; Houston, TX, Award of Excellence
1978  “19 Designer Craftsmen”, Tokyo, Japan
1976  “California Design ‘76” Los Angeles, CA

Selected Collections:
James Jones Memorial Collection
Fred Marer Collection
Indianapolis Art Museum

Publications:
American Ceramics Magazine, “Beth Changstrom: Defining a Small Square of  Reality”, by Marcy Timberman; 1992, #10/2
“Ceramics: Mastering the Craft”. Richard Zakin, 1990 “Painting and Ceramics” Essay
The Pacific Sun Newspaper, “Arts: The Feminism is Unintentional”, March 3, 1989
Ceramics Monthly Magazine, “Franklin Mint Commission”, April 1989
Ceramics Monthly Magazine, “Beth Changstrom”, December 1989
American Ceramics Magazine, “Beth Changstrom”, by Cheryl White; Vol.6, #1, 1987
Ceramics Monthly Magazine, “Color and Imagery”, by Beth Changstrom, Vol. 35, #7, September 1987
Studio Potter Magazine, “Works in Electric Firing”, Vol. 15, #1, December 1986
Studio Potter Magazine, “A Short Survey of San Francisco Bay Area Potters and Artists”, Vol. 13, #1, December 1984
American Crafts: A Source Book for the Home. Katherine Pearson; Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1983
Ceramics Monthly Magazine, “Beth Changstrom”, January 1983
Airbrush Digest Magazine, “Pastoral Pottery”, January/February 1982
Ceramics Monthly Magazine, “Vessels Aesthetic 1” February 1982
Bay View Magazine, “Creative Hands” December 1978
Home Magazine, “ California Design 1976”, Los Angeles Times Publication, March 1976
“California Design ‘76” Catalogue for California Design Show; Anderson, Ritchie &  Simon

Grants:
Sonoma County Foundation/National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist’s Grant, 1990

Information courtesy of the artist.


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