Minnesota Women Ceramic Artists is a professional organization that supports women ceramic artists in Minnesota. MNWCA provides its members opportunities for exhibiting, networking and mentoring throughout their ceramic careers. MNWCA also furthers the creative and professional development of its members.
 
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Welcome to Minnesota Women Ceramic Artists!

Membership is open to women ceramic artists of all levels, living/working in Minnesota, western Wisconsin, North and South Dakota. For more information, please visit the about/contact page. 

Upcoming events

01 Apr 2017 • TBD

MNWCA 2017-18 Board of Directors:

Co-Presidents: Kimberlee Roth and Monica Rudquist

Exhibitions: Kathy Mommsen and Eileen Cohen

Programming: Kip O'Krongly

Treasurer: Amanda Dobbratz

Events: Kristine Hites

Communications: Colleen Riley

At large: Danielle Fernandez


Special thanks to Danielle Fernandez for her service as 2015-16 president, and Bette Hart for her service as treasurer.



Colleen Riley. Ice cream bowls, 2016. Soda fired stoneware, wax resist design.
Colleen Riley. Tumblers, 2016. Soda fired stoneware, wax resist design.
Amanda Dobbratz, group of shot cups, 2016.
Amanda Dobbratz, double cactus basket, 2015.
Amanda Dobbratz, berry bowl with drip tray, 2015.
Christy Wetzig, Bird pitcher
Christy Wetzig, Locust vase, 2016
Colleen Riley. Rain vase, 9.5"h, soda fired stoneware.
Glynnis Lessing. Sgraffito jar, porcelain.
Three Wavelets. Earthenware, slab formed sculpture. 30" x 13" x 4". 2013 Depicts the fluid motion generated by layers of recirculating flows, eddies and vortices in river tributaries.
Twin Twisters. Earthenware, slab formed sculpture. 8" x 11" x 9". 2013 An inherent tension resides in the spiraling motion, twisting in opposite directions.
Twin Twisters. Earthenware, slab formed sculpture. 8" x 11" x 9". 2013 An inherent tension resides in the spiraling motion, twisting in opposite directions.
Gyrus. Earthenware, slab formed sculpture. 12" x 12" x 14". 2013 A bilateral symmetry of spiraling claws evokes energy uncoiling from its larger exoskeleton.
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