Laney Oxman’s Resume
BFA, Corcoran College of Art, Washington, D.C.
MFA, Temple University Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Sand casting with Mitchell Gaudet, Pilchuck School of Glass, Seattle, Washington
Kiln Casting with Tina Alfiero, Pilchuck School of Glass, Seattle, Washington
Hot Glass Sculpting with Thurman Statom, Penland School of Crafts, North Carolina
Flame Working and Assemblage with Jimex and Einore De Latorre, Penland School of Crafts, North Carolina
Painting with light with Narcissus Quagilite, Pilchuck School of Glass, Seattle, Washington
Japanese style hollow core casting, Pilchuck School of Glass, Seattle, Washington
Casting and Fabrication with Rick Beck, Penland School of Crafts, North Carolina
Low Tech Jewelry Design, Penland School of Crafts, North Carolina
Reverse Glass Painting and Gilding with Francis Bennington, Corning Museum Studio, Corning, New York
Rudio Audio workshop, Corcoran College of Art
Paper Clay Figure Building with Alternative Firing Methods, Penland School of Crafts, North Carolina
The White House Collection of American Crafts. Juried Exhibition and Publication by Michael Monroe, past curator in charge of the Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Institute and First Lady Hilary Clinton.
The National Museum of American Art, The Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.
The Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
The American Crafts Museum, New York City
The Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke, Virginia
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California
The Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Massachusetts
Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, Florida
The Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware
The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
The Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina
The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, Atlanta, Georgia
Final home of the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library
Teapot exhibition, American Crafts Museum, New York City
Museum of Ceramic Art, Teapot exhibition, Baltimore, Maryland
American Craft Museum, Bewitched by Crafts, New York City
Bits and Pieces Brockton Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts
Renwick Gallery, Soup to Nuts exhibition, Washington, D.C.
The Smithsonian Institute, Juried by Lloyd Herman, founding director of the Renwick Gallery
Select One-Person Exhibitions
SOFA, Chicago, Illinois
The Glass Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland
Donita Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
Mark Millikin Gallery, New York City
Zenith Gallery, Washington, D.C.
The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York
The White House Collection Of American Crafts
The District of Columbia Council for Arts and Humanities, Washington, D.C.
The Best Products Collection, Sidney and Francis Lewis, Richmond, Virginia
The Virginia Museum, Richmond, Virginia
2003: The Ronald and Anne Abramson Award for excellence in Ceramics, the Corcoran College of Art, Washington, D.C.
1989-2002: Niche Awards, American Craft Enterprises, a total of seven awards for ceramics and glass
1997: Celestial Seasonings Teapot Award
2006: Extraordinary Women — Fantasies Revealed (58 Women of Accomplishment Portray Hidden Dreams and Real Hopes), publisher Harry Abrams.
2005: Teapots: Makers and Collectors, Donna Z. Meilach, Schiffer Publishing.
2004: 500 Figures in Clay, Lark books, juried by Leslie Ferrin.
2004: 500 Chairs, Craig Nutt, Lark Books.
2001: American Style Magazine, Ruth Palumbo Weiss.
1999: Furniture Studio, The Heart of Functional Arts.
1998: The Best of Pottery 2, Rockport Publications.
1997: American Style Magazine, From Generation to Generation.
1996: The New York Times, April 18,1996, Marion Burros.
1995: The White House Collection of American Crafts, Michael Monroe, Harry Abrams Publishers.
1994: Art and Antiques Magazine, Laney Oxman at the White House.
1993: The New York Times, Dec. 23,1993, Rita Riff.
1993: Mid-Atlantic Monthly, Debra Papier.
1990: The Washington Post, Constance Stapleton.
1987: Contemporary Crafts for the Home, published by Kraus-Sikes.
1987: Clayworks, Form and Ideas in Ceramic Design, 2nd edition, Leon Negrosh.