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Born 1962, Mount Kisco, NY

1988 M.F.A. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
1985 B.F.A. College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
2000 International Academy of Ceramics; elected member; Geneva, Switzerland
1998 Urban Glass; Artist-in-Residence; Brooklyn, New York
1997 JINRO Ceramic Workshop; Artist's Fellowship; Massan, Korea
1993 Chateau de la Napoule; La Napoule Foundation Fellowship, France

Selected Exhibitions: 2003 Schein Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art, Alfred University, Alfred, NY / 2000-02 SOFA/NY, Loveed Fine Arts, NY, NY / 2000 North Carolina Museum of Art, Interiors, Raleigh, NC / 1999 Metropolitan Museum of Art; Clay into Art: Selections from the Contemporary Ceramics Collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, NY / 1999 Everson Museum of Art, Marc Leuthold, Ceramics, Syracuse, NY / 1998 Fiskars Gallery, International Ceramics Exhibition, Fiskars, Finland / 1997 Seoul Art Center; JINRO International Ceramic Art, Seoul, Korea / 1995 Longhouse Foundation; New Work, East Hampton, NY / 1995 Aukland Museum; Fletcher Challenge Ceramics Award, Aukland, New Zealand / 1993 International Handwerksmesse; Talenthorse Handwerk, Munich, Germany / 1992 American Craft Museum; Recent Acquisitions, NY, NY / 1992 Musee de Vallauris; 13th International Biennial of Ceramics Arts, Vallauris, France / 1991 Chicago International New Art Forms Expo; Anticipation '91, Chicago, IL / 1990 Mint Museum; Biennial Exhibition, Charlotte, NC

Selected Collections: American Craft Museum, NY, NY / Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE / Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY / Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY / John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin / Longhouse Foundation, East Hampton, NY / Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY / Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC / Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA / Takashimaya America, NY, NY / Urban Glass, Brooklyn, NY

Selected Publications: “Marc Leuthold, The Evolution of the Wheel”, Sarah G. Wilkins, Neue Keramik /January 2002 , cover & pp. 26-30 / The Craft and Art of Clay, 4th edition, Susan Peterson, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2002 / “Grand Larsen-y, Jack Lenor Larsen fills his LongHouse,” David Masello, Art & Antiques, Sept. 2001, pp. 76-83