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MALLOY, PEG
MALLOY, PEG
COLORADO
I strive to make pots that have qualities of honesty and simplicity and where the pleasure of the making can communicate itself to the people who use them. Intuition is an important aspect of my work and is integrated with more concious planned goals. The wood firing process brings to my work the element of surprise inspiring me to do it again.

Education
Workshops at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, Colorado
1994 Sandy Simon
1991 Ken Price
1989 Chris Staley
1988 David Shaner
Summer Vail Workshop, Vail, Colorado, Jeff Oestreich, 1983
Summer School at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, Ken Ferguson, 1969
Apprenticeship in Pottery, Henry Mead, 1967
Graduate of Brooks Institute of Photography, Santa Barbara, California, 1965

Professional Experience
Studio Potter since 1979 utilizing reduction and wood fired kilns
Designed and built wood fired kilns in 1990 and 2002
Faculty Member
Carbondale Clay Center, Carbondale, Colorado 1998 to present
Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, Colorado 2000, 2002
Touchstone Center for Crafts, Farmington, Pennsylvania June 2001
Peters Valley Craft Education Center, Layton, New Jersey June 2002
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee June 2003
Wichita Center for the Arts, Wichita, Kansas January 2004
Presenter
Functional Ceramics Workshop, Wayne Center for the Arts, Wooster, Ohio 2001
Arvada Center, Arvada, Colorado 2001
Arapahoe Community College, Littleton, Colorado 2003
Seward Park Art Studio, Seattle, Washington 2003

Invitational Exhibits
2006 “Santa Fe Clay Presents: La Mesa, NCECA,” Portland, Oregon
2006 “DECADE: Potters of Hikarigama 1995 – 2005,” Glenn & Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center, Hillsboro, Oregon
2006 “Women in Clay,” Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, Colorado
2006 “Tea Time: The Art of the Teapot,” Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, Michigan
2006 “Six Functional Potters,” Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2006 “Contemporary American Ceramics in Hokkaido,” at Enzogama in Biei, Hokkaido, Japan
2006 “Alchemy of Fire Sand Ash,” Commonwheel Artist Co-op, Manitou Springs, Colorado
2006 “The Teapot Exhibition,” University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida
2005 “Endless Variations: Shino Review 2005,” Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, Maryland
2005 “The Poetry of Pottery,” in collaboration with NCECA Tour de Clay, City Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland
2005 “NCECA Silent Auction 2005,” Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, Maryland
2005 “Wood Fired Pottery Show,” Cedar Creek Gallery, Creedmoor, North Carolina
2005 “Santa Fe Clay Presents: La Mesa, a National Dinnerware Exhibition,” Wyndham Baltimore Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland

2004 “Gas-Fired/Wood-Fired: Kilns, Fire, and Ceramic Expression,” Carrol Reece Museum, Johnson City, Tennessee
2004 “This Splendid Table: Fantastic Dishes for Food,” Kentucky Museum of Arts and Design, Louisville, Kentucky
2004 “Pots in the Kitchen: 30 International Creators of Functional Pots,” Galerie Du Don, Le Don, France
2003 Solo Exhibition, Hibberd-McGrath Gallery, Breckenridge, Colorado
2003 “21st Century Ceramics in the United States and Canada,” Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, Ohio
2003 “At Your Service 2003,” Kreeger Gallery, Harwish Port, Massachusetts
2003 “Women in Clay: Pots for Daily Use,” Odyssey Gallery, Ashville, North Carolina
2003 “Functional Pottery Invitational,” Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2003 “Cup and Saucer Show,” Mount Hood Community College, Gresham, Oregon
2003 “Tea Time,” Boulder Arts and Crafts Cooperative, Boulder, Colorado
Invitational Exhibits continued
2003 “Hundreds of Cups,” Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2003 “From the Other Side,” Artists on Santa Fe, Denver, Colorado
2003 “Pots in the Kitchen,” Rufford Craft Centre, Nottinghamshire, England
2003 “The National Faculty Invitational,” Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
2003 “Just Bowls,” Artworks Gallery, Bozeman, Montana
2002 “Visions & Inspirations of the Oregon Potters Association,” Contemporary Crafts Gallery, Portland, Oregon
2002 “For the Table,” Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2002 “Anagama: An Exhibition of Wood Fired Ceramics,” Peck Gallery, Providence, Rhode Island
2002 First Ceramics Show, Art Students League of Denver, Denver, Colorado
2002 “National Teapot Show Five,” Ceder Creek Gallery, Creedmore, North Carolina
2002 “Pour It,” Artworks Gallery, Bozeman, Montana
2001 “Salt & Ash,” Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2001 “Mug Shots 2001,” Artworks Gallery, Bozeman, Montana
2001 “Faces of Fire,” Vermont Clay Studio, Waterbury, Vermont
2001 “Colorado Women In Clay,” Artists on Santa Fe, Denver, Colorado
2001 “Mug Roundup,” Cedar Creek Gallery, Creedmoor, North Carolina
2001 “National Clay Invitational,” Blue Spiral 1, Asheville, North Carolina
2001 “Functional Ceramics 2001,” Wayne Center for the Arts, Wooster, Ohio
2000 “Clay/Wood/Fire/Salt,” Southern Highland Craft Guild, Asheville, North Carolina, and Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio
2000 “XXV: 25 Years of Colorado Master Crafts,” Arvada Center for the Arts, Arvada, Colorado
2000 “Bistro 1615,” Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2000 “Mugshots 2000,” Artworks Gallery, Bozeman, Montana
2000 “Cups, Cupboards & Cabinets,” The Signature Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2000 “Northwest Women’s Woodfire Exhibition,” Kobo Shop and Gallery, Seattle, Washington
2000 “Wood, Soda, Salt: Atmospheric Show,” Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2000 “Second Annual Sul Ross State University Ceramic Invitational,” Alpine, Texas
2000 “30 Stokers,” Blue Heron Gallery, Deer Island, Maine
2000 “A Touch of Porcelain,” Red Rocks Community College, Lakewood, Colorado, and The Signature Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2000 “WOOD-SALT-SODA,” Boulder Arts and Crafts Cooperative, Boulder, Colorado
2000 “Colorado Kilns Exhibit,” The Colorado History Museum, Denver, Colorado
2000 “Twenty and More,” Western Colorado Center for the Arts, Grand Junction, Colorado
2000 “Functional Ceramics 2000,” The Wayne Center for the Arts, Wooster, Ohio
2000 “Beautiful Use,” Rockville Campus of Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland
2000 “Kiss of Fire: A Celebration,” Mount Hood Community College, Gresham, Oregon
2000 “Y2Klay at DIA,” Denver International Airport, Denver, Colorado
1999 “National Teapot Show IV,” Cedar Creek Gallery, Creedmore, North Carolina
1999 “Pacific Tides: The Influence of the Pacific Rim on Contemporary American Ceramics,” Lancaster Summer Arts Festival, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1999 “Fly Ash & Comet Tails,” Kerry Schwoyer Associates, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1999 “Different Strokes,” The University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, Iowa
1999 “Porcelain Exhibit,” Gallery 1021: Lill Street, Chicago, Illinois
1999 “7x6,” The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1999 “Born of Ashes: Wood Fired Ceramics,” The Arkansas Arts Center Decorative Arts Museum, Little Rock, Arkansas
1999 “Wood, Salt, Soda: Atmospheric Fired Ceramics,” Odyssey Gallery, Ashville, North Carolina
1998 “Three Women,” Margo’s Pottery and Fine Crafts, Buffalo, Wyoming
1998 “Women Who Fire With Wood,” Andrews University Art Center Gallery, Berrien Springs, Michigan
1997 “Clay/Wood/Fire/Salt,” National Invitational Contemporary Artifacts Gallery, Berea, Kentucky
1997 “Wood Fired Ceramics at Hard Work University,” Boger Gallery, College of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, Missouri
1996 “Clay, Wood & Fire,” Northern Clay Center, Saint Paul, Minnesota
1996 “Cache of Clay,” Union Colony Civic Center, Saint Paul, Minnesota
1996 “Western Clay: a 3D Feature,” University of Southern Colorado Fine Art Gallery, Pueblo, Colorado
1996 “Two Interpretations of Form,” Two Person Show, Hibberd-McGrath Gallery, Breckenridge, Colorado
1996 “The Valley Cup Show,” Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, Colorado
1995 “3rd Annual Teapot Exhibit,” Gallery at Craft Alliance, Saint Louis, Missouri
1994 “The Teapot Show,” University of Northern Colorado, Mariani Gallery, Greeley, Colorado
1992 “Utilitarian Clay: Celebrate the Object,” in conjunction with the National Conference of Utilitarian Clay at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
1992 Group Show of Wood Fired Ceramics at the Ferrin Gallery, Northampton, Massachusetts, Karen Karnes curator
1992 Two Person Show, Hibberd-McGrath Gallery, Breckenridge, Colorado

Juried Exhibitions
2004 “12th Annual Strictly Functional Pottery National,” Market House Craft Center, Ephrata, Pennsylvania
Juried Exhibitions continued
2001 “9th Annual Strictly Functional Pottery National,” Market House Craft Center, Ephrata, Pennsylvania – Founder’s Award
1999 “Focus on Function,” University of Minnesota National Ceramic Biennial, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota
1999 “Ceramics Monthly International Competition,” Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio
1998 “The 6th Strictly Functional Pottery National,” Market House Craft Center, Ephrata, Pennsylvania – Honorable Mention
1996 “The 1996 International Orton Cone Box Show,” Baker University, Baldwin City, Kansas
1994 “The 1994 International Orton Cone Box Show,” Baker University, Baldwin City, Kansas – Purchase Prize
1994 “Colorado Clay,” The Foothills Art Center, Golden, Colorado
1993 “The First Annual Strictly Functional Pottery National,” Market House Craft Center, Ephrata, Pennsylvania
1992 “The 6th Annual Great Lakes National,” Lill Street Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1992 “The Clay Cup IV,” University Museum, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois – Purchase Prize
1992 “Colorado Clay,” The Foothills Art Center, Golden, Colorado – United Western Supply Prize
1991 “American Woodfire ’91,” The University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, Iowa

Published Photos
Books
Pots in the Kitchen Josie Walter 2002
The Art of Contemporary American Pottery Kevin A. Hluch 2001
Functional Pottery: Form and Aesthetic in Pots of Purpose Robin Hopper 2000
The Best of Pottery 2 Angela Fina and Christopher Gustin 1998
Wheel Thrown Ceramics Don Davis 1998
The Best of Pottery Jonathan Fairbanks and Angela Fina 1996
Ceramics Monthly Magazine
“Firing the Hikarigama,” April 2001
“7x6 Invitational,” January 2000
“Up Front,” November 1998
“Women Who Fire With Wood,” October 1998
“Up Front,” January 1997
“International Orton Cone Box Show,” January 1995
“American Wood Fire,” May 1992

Galleries
Hibberd-McGrath Gallery, Breckenridge, Colorado
Show of Hands, Denver, Colorado