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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Joy Brown

Joy Brown

Joy Brown

Raised and schooled in Japan, 1951-1968
B.A. in Fine Arts, Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL, 1972
Ceramic apprenticeships in Japan, 1975-1978
Researched kilns and potteries in Korea and Japan, including Okinawa, 1978


Presenter: L’Amour De Feu, (conference), La Borne, France 2010
Travel to Xuzhou, China, 2010. (grandparent’s home for 40 years and father’s birth place)
Currents, wall mural installation, University of NC, Asheville, 2006
Song of Life, wall mural commission, Yodogawa Christian Hospital, Osaka, Japan ,2006
Presenter, "Clay - The Art of Earth and Fire" Hotchkiss Symposium, Lakeville, CT, 2006
Ruth Steinkraus-Cohen Memorial Outstanding Women of Connecticut Award, 2003
One Earth, One Family wall mural commission, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT, 2002
Presenter, 1st & 2nd International Wood-fire Conference, Iowa University, 1991, 1999
Founded Still Mountain Center to foster East-West artistic exchange, 1998
Featured in The New York Times; The Internatioinal Herald Tribune; House and Garden;
Ceramics Monthly; Studio Potter; Woodfired Stoneware and Porcelain (Jack Troy);
Whimsy in the Garden (Martin & Brown)
Ruth Chenven Foundation grant for kiln construction, 1986
Wakayama Museum award in ceramic sculpture, 1981

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