BEST IN SHOW ($500 prize):
Water Ripple #25 by KyoungHwa Oh from Grand Junction, CO
JUROR’S AWARDS ($350 prize):
Cone-asaurus by John Tobin from Chesapeake, VA USA
Cup #2 by Steven Hill from Independence, MO USA
PURCHASE AWARDS ($300 prize):
Teapot & Pillow by Roberta Polfus from Oak Park, IL USA
Enchanted (Memory) Vase by Margrieta Jeltema from Vermezzo, Italy
The Gin Angel by Wendy Kershaw from Lochwinnoch, Scotland UK
Haunted by Patricia Whidby from Iowa City, IA USA
Granum by C.J. Niehaus from Crystal Lake, IL USA
Fake Fruit by Joan Walton Montauk, NY USA
Purchase award prizes were and sponsorships provided by:
Aardvark Clay & Supplies
Bailey Pottery Equipment Corporation
Dolan Pottery Tools
L&L Kiln Manufacturing, Inc.
Spectrum Glaze Mfg.
Stone Leaf Pottery
Tucker’s Pottery Supplies, Inc.
Nearly 250 pieces entered – 70 were chosen for the show.
Thanks to everyone for their patience. We’ve been experiencing some technical glitches with online entry and payment methods, which has kept us from getting the word out about the show. We want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to enter, so we have decided to extend the deadline to January 19th (suggested US Postmark date), with the absolute deadline for work to be here at Bracker’s Good Earth Clays on January 24th. Please help us spread the word!
(above image from the 2002 Cone Box Show Retrospective. Learn more in the history section of this website)
We are excited to announce that the entry form for the 2018 Cone Box Show is now available. Click here to download the traditional “print and fill out neatly in pen” form, OR check out our new online submission below. Just fill it out right here online and send in your piece! We’ll match up your piece with your paperwork!
We are extremely thrilled to announce that Pete Pinnell will be the Juror of the 2018 Cone Box Show! Pinnell is a potter, a writer, a professor, a speaker and an historian. He has exhibited his own work internationally and has been a juror of multiple shows across the country. Pinnell has written for Ceramics: Art & Perception, Ceramics Monthly, Clay Times, and Purple Sand (A Taiwanese Ceramics Journal). He has given several presentations at NCECA, all of which have been among the most popular at that year’s conference and continue to be the most watched videos on the NCECA YouTube Channel.
The Cone Box Show Entry form will be available in early October. Be sure to check back soon!
Pete was also the subject of a fantastic video produced by Charlie Cummings. Check it out right here: