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694 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215

614-221-8580

Sherrie Gallerie is a Contemporary Art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio. We specialize in three-dimensional contemporary art including glass, ceramics, wood, fiber, mixed media, and art jewelry.

Jennifer McCurdy

Gilded Water Lily, wheel-thrown, altered, and carved porcelain, 5x9x9 in

 Jennifer McCurdy, Gilded Coral Bowl, porcelain, ceramic, vessel, Sherrie Gallerie

Gilded Coral Bowl, wheel-thrown, altered, and carved porcelain, 8x10x10 in

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Tall Radiatori Vessel, wheel-thrown, altered, and carved porcelain, 24x9x9 in

 Jennifer McCurdy, Gilded Lotus Nest, ceramic, porcelain, vessel, Sherrie Gallerie
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Gilded Lotus Nest, wheel-thrown, altered, and carved porcelain, 5x17x17 in

 Jennifer McCurdy, Tsunami Vessel, ceramic, porcelain, Sherrie Gallerie

Tsunami Vessel, wheel-thrown, altered, and carved porcelain, 12x13x10 in

 Jennifer McCurdy, Gilded Fire Vessel, ceramic, porcelain, Sherrie Gallerie

Gilded Torch Vessel, wheel-thrown, altered, and carved porcelain, 17x15x15 in

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Flame Vessel, wheel-thrown, altered, and carved porcelain, 8x8x6 in

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Butterfly Tsunami Flame Vessel, wheel-thrown, altered, and carved porcelain, 7x9x6 in

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Vortex Vessel, wheel-thrown, altered, and carved porcelain, 13x12x9 in

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Coral Candle Vase, wheel-thrown, altered, and carved porcelain, 8x7x7 in

Gilded Tsunami Vessel, wheel-thrown, altered, and carved porcelain, 12.5x10x13 in, SOLD


Artist Info

For the last number of years, McCurdy has been working with structural questions.  How thin can she make the high fire porcelain before it collapses in the fire?  How much can she cut away and still maintain the structural integrity? How can she preserve the movement of the wheel and the fire in the finished piece?

Jennifer McCurdy received her Fine Arts degree from Michigan State University in 1978, and has worked as a ceramic artist ever since. Her work resides in the collections of museums around the world, including the Smithsonian Museum’s Renwick Gallery, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Everson Museum of Art. She currently lives with her husband on the island of Martha’s Vineyard.