In the Clay Kitchen with Ginger Geyer

See what our San Angelo National Ceramic Competition Invited Artist, Ginger Geyer, is cooking up in her studio!

For each San Angelo National Ceramic Competition, a noted ceramic artist is asked to display a small focus exhibit, which highlights the artist’s work, within the larger competition. This year SAMFA is pleased to invite Ginger Geyer of Austin, TX.

Here we present a video mini-series called, "In the Clay Kitchen with Ginger," where she's at work on the pieces she calls "Sharing Slices." These eerily realistic ceramic pie slices look good enough to eat! Geyer's pie slices are on display at the Neill-Cochran House Museum (currently closed due to the pandemic). Videos courtesy of the artist. Filmed by Rick Geyer.



 Click Here to see "Sharing Slices" (2019) included in Geyer's thought-provoking show, If These Walls Could Talk, at the Neill-Cochran House Museum in Austin. The 360-degree Tour is narrated by Geyer. 

Support for the 360-degree virtual tour of If These Walls Could Talkon view at the Neill-Cochran House Museum through July 26, 2020, comes from the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin's Office of Economic Development as well as from the Henry, Dickinson, Fenn, and Meehan families.

If These Walls Could Talk is a collaborative project between the Neill-Cochran House Museum, visual artist Ginger Geyer, and actor and storyteller Jennifer Rousseau Cumberbatch.  The project is built around a retrospective exhibition of Geyer's work, installed within the historic rooms of the museum.  The work engages with past and present and both comments on and expands the narratives one expects to hear at an antebellum site.  Cumberbatch's performances take individual pieces Geyer produced specifically for the project as inspiration to dive deep into the issues of race and equity that run throughout the site and Austin's history.  

Click Here for the video series Stockpiling for the Apocalypse With Ginger Geyer 

Click Here for more information about the 23rd National San Angelo Ceramics Competition.

For more information about Geyer's work, visit www.gingergeyer.comInstagram, or Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden in Dallas.