Stephanie DeArmond
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Stephanie DeArmond's work explores language – taking slang phrases, colloquialisms, and snippets of conversation and abstracting them into sculptural form where meanings are revealed and obscured through typography and letterforms. She resides in Minneapolis, MN with her husband and family— where she divides her time between studio work and teaching. She completed her MFA in 2006 at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Her work has appeared in Ceramics Monthly, Elle, and T: The New York Times Style Magazine. Exhibition venues include Soo VAC in Minneapolis, The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, Stand Up Comedy in Portland, and Die Gestaten Verlag’s Fragiles traveling exhibition. Stockists include Reynolds Gallery in Richmond, VA; A.Mano in Brooklyn, NY; Caleb Meyer in Philadelphia, PA; In the Making in San Anselmo, CA; and Museo Whidbey in Langley, WA.

Recent work uses traditional hand-building techniques to make porcelain coiled and pinched vessels. Mishima slip inlay creates lines, and colored glazes illustrate forms depicting endangered species and native plants. 

Click for Interview with BothArtistandMother (Spring 2018).

Click for Ceramics Monthly Article (Summer 2010).

American Craft Magazine (Nov 2010).

View a PDF of her interview from the SUC Statesman-Recorder (Spring 2008).