Lynn Goodman Porcelain:
About the Work / About the Artist

 
 
 

I have been working for more than 30 years on porcelain pieces which are thrown on a potter's wheel, individually carved and inlaid with multiple colors of glaze, and finished with gold. Over the years my focus and inspiration has shifted, from Chinese and Japanese to Turkish and Persian; from starkly minimal blacks and whites to lush color; and from a smoothly stone-like surface to a texturally varied, almost decadent surface.


In addition, I have been developing a body of tableware that is intended for daily use; while it is also thrown porcelain, with bright and colorful glazes, it is microwave and dishwasher safe.


The one thing that has never changed is the intent that these pieces are functional as well as decorative. They are meant to be used and enjoyed by the owner, the textures to be touched and the colors to be blended in or contrasted with the living environment.

 

About the Work

 


Artist Information

 

Lynn Goodman is a native New Yorker. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn.

She received her BFA at the Philadelphia College of Art (now known as the University of the Arts), and went on to receive a MFA in Ceramics at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

Lynn has shown nationally in juried exhibits and invitationals, and is a former partner of the cooperative crafts gallery, Brooklyn Artisans Gallery. She teaches wheel throwing, hand building and the occasional glaze calculation class at local ceramics studios and at the college level.

Lynn is also the past-president of Brooklyn Potters, a not-for-profit organization of tri-state potters. The organization has an ongoing display benefitting the Empty Bowls Project, a national hunger relief effort by ceramic artists.

Lynn currently resides in Brooklyn, New York with her husband, Joe Banish, and her cat.




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