Ketchum potter Carol Glenn’s most recent work was selected to exhibit in a group show in Boston. The exhibition, “Meredyth Knows Ceramics: Contemporary Ceramics Selected by Meredyth Hyatt Moses,” will run until March 28.
Moses is an independent art advisor connected to the Gallery NAGA in Boston.
Glenn has traveled to locations throughout the world and studied ceramics with master potters since the 1970s. She said her pottery exudes her life’s experiences, relationships and connections to her own family, art and home, including her visits to movie sets and locations around the world with her husband, actor Scott Glenn.
“Glenn’s path as a potter has been a reflection of and a response to a life of both extraordinary exposure and also rigid constraints,” said Kristin Poole, artistic director of the Sun Valley Center for the Arts.
Glenn is a recipient of the prestigious Moonhole Fellowship from the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston and also studied at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts and University of Southern California at Idyllwild. Her work is in many private collections throughout the country.