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WORLD INTERIORS NEWS 2013 COMPETITION
Materia Matrix, a large six-foot square gilded ceramic and metal screen, has been accepted into the 2013 World Interiors News (WIN) annual competition.  It is included under the category "Furniture, Products."    Chief Juror, Sir Terence Conran, selected this prestigious collection to showcase those  "...who have made the biggest impact on our visual culture over the past year..." Awards dinner to be held at Saatchi Gallery London, 28 November 2013.
 
Ventura Gallery showing new works Jan. 18 - Feb 18

VENTURA is pleased to showcase the innovative work of Martha Daniels. Her work pioneers exploration of structure and surface in architectural, figurative, and abstract ceramics:  inventing structural systems for large-scale sculptures and extending surface from glazes  into energetic fusions of paint, lacquer, enamel, and applied metal coatings.

Martha's work will be on display and for sale from January 18th through February 18th. For details please click here.

 
CRITICS PRAISE MARTHA DANIELS CERAMIC ART

"Martha Daniels' magnificent structures, as much architectural as they
are sculptural, have to count as the most original, stunning, and technically
sophisticated creations in the contemporary ceramics world today."
Kyle Macmillan, Art Critic, The Denver Post

Nike and Towers (Ceramic Sculpture)

"Ceramically speaking, your work is unique."
Dr. Donald Kuspit, American Art Critic

"Your work posses a unique energy." Mark DelVecchio, Partner, Garth Clark Gallery; Clark/
DelVecchio,
Santa Fe NM


"Among the top ten artists in the collection of the Vance Kirkland Museum."
The Denver Post

"Martha Daniels' GROTTO is one of the best shows we've ever put on."
Diane Vanderlip, Former Director, Contemporary Art,
The Denver Art Museum;  Gagosian, Los Angeles CA


"Your work is exciting, beautiful, interesting, unique, provocative, and more.
...You are an artist of the highest degree."
Ken Stalcup/ Dennis Warden, Producers, The Los Angeles Pottery Show

" Her style is absolutely unique."
Michael Paglia, Art Critic, Westword