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Generations: Betty Feves

Betty Feves, Six figures, date unknown, Raku on wooden base, 25 x 5 x 12 in., Collection of Feves Family. Photo: Dan Kvitka

Betty Feves, Six figures, date unknown, Raku on wooden base, 25 x 5 x 12 in., Collection of Feves Family. Photo: Dan Kvitka

Betty Feves, Three Figures No. 4, 1955; stoneware; 18 x 12 x 6 in.; Oregon Ceramic Studio Purchase, 1998.55.02. Photo: Dan Kvitka

Betty Feves, Three Figures No. 4, 1955; stoneware; 18 x 12 x 6 in.; Oregon Ceramic Studio Purchase, 1998.55.02. Photo: Dan Kvitka

Betty Feves, Bonfire pot, c. 1981; ceramic; 19 x 14 x 12 in.; Collection of Feves Family. Photo: Dan Kvitka

Betty Feves, Bonfire pot, c. 1981; ceramic; 19 x 14 x 12 in.; Collection of Feves Family. Photo: Dan Kvitka

Betty Feves, Six figures, date unknown, Raku on wooden base, 25 x 5 x 12 in., Collection of Feves Family. Photo: Dan Kvitka

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Betty Feves, Bonfire pots, c. 1981; ceramic; various dimensions; Collection of Feves Family. Photo: Dan Kvitka

Betty Feves, Bonfire pots, c. 1981; ceramic; various dimensions; Collection of Feves Family. Photo: Dan Kvitka

Betty Feves, Stacked sculpture, date unknown; stoneware on wooden base; 31 x 11 x 26 in.; collection of Feves Family. Photo: Dan Kvitka

Betty Feves, Stacked sculpture, date unknown; stoneware on wooden base; 31 x 11 x 26 in.; collection of Feves Family. Photo: Dan Kvitka

Generations: Betty Feves

Location

Museum of Contemporary Craft
724 Northwest Davis Street
97209 Portland
United States
Dates: 
Mar 15, 2012 11:00AM to Jul 28, 2012 6:00PM
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The capstone exhibition of Museum of Contemporary Craft’s 75th Anniversary Year, Generations: Betty Feves is a comprehensive retrospective of work by this important Northwest Modernist ceramic artist. Opening March 15, 2012, the exhibition will include work from every period of her 40-year career which began with studies under Clyfford Still and Alexander Archipenko, included studies in New York City during World War II, and later, decades in Pendleton, Oregon.

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