Featured in the UK

Anna Freeman's “Campylobacter Plate” is currently being published and featured at the National Institute for Health Research, Nottingham Digestive Diseases Biomedical Research Unit at The University of Nottingham, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, United Kingdom. The image is being used as a logo and on letterhead for documents and publications for the study: “Campylobacter Enteritis and PI-BD: Role of Antibiotics and Microbiota” (CERAMIC study).

Work published in book, Lark Studio Series: Ceramic Sculptures

Publisher: Lark Crafts, 2011.

“Contemporary ceramic sculpture is wildly diverse in its form and approach, with crafters eager to embrace a wide variety of styles. These exquisite pieces will inspire both beginning and professional ceramists, as well as collectors and enthusiasts. The world-renowned artists include Robert L. Wood, Anna Velkoff Freeman, Jenny K. Dowd, and Von Venhuizen.” http://www.amazon.com/Lark-Studio-Ceramic-Sculptures-Books/dp/145470084X

Work selected for publication in Ceramics Today book

Work by Anna Freeman is featured in Ceramics Today by Jeffrey B. Snyder, Schiffer Publishing, 2010.


IN THE NEWS "Waste 2"

Work selected for publication in 500 Ceramic Sculptures book

Publisher: Lark Books
Publication: 2009.
Freeman’s slipcast porcelain sculpture, Waste 2, was “…selected from more than 8,000 entries by the distinguished art critic, historian, and professor Glen R. Brown—an elected member of the International Academy of Ceramics in Geneva…” to be published in 500 Ceramic Sculptures. “The successful 500 series shines a spotlight on today’s most breathtaking ceramic sculptures.”

IN THE NEWS E.coli cup

Margaret Harlow Collection Purchase Award

Freeman’s E. coli Cup was recently selected for a Margaret Harlow Collection Purchase Award from the 6th Annual “It’s Only Clay” national juried exhibition at Bemidji Community Arts Center in Bemidji, MN. The piece was purchased and placed in the Margaret Harlow Collection, a permanent collection at Bemidji State University focusing on functional ceramics. The Margaret H. Harlow Ceramics Collection features both national and international artists, and includes work by Peter Voulkos and Jeff Oestreich.
The “Its Only Clay” 2008 exhibit at Bemidji Community Arts Center is a juried competition focusing on, and dedicated to, functional clay vessels. Selected work by forty-five ceramic artists was included in the exhibition at the BCAC from November 7th to December 20th, 2008.

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