Eric Serritella is featured in artGuide Magazine's Realism Feature. Eric's masterful application of clay creates beautiful realist pieces, awing viewers with intricate details and colors.
Eric Serritella is a master of realism expressed through hand-carved ceramic trompe l’oeil birch, charred and weathered log sculptures. His works are internationally recognized and have been exhibited, awarded and collected on five continents for their exquisite design and incredibly realistic textures.
Serritella’s works are included in many collections including among others, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Carnegie Museum of Art, and the Mint Museum.
He’s contributed to nearly 90 exhibitions and has been represented at the world’s top art and design shows including TEFAF Maastricht (Netherlands), Design Miami/Basel (Switzerland), Design Miami (Florida), The Salon: Art + Design (NY), SOFA Chicago and The Smithsonian Craft Show.
A 2013 cataloged solo show at Jason Jacques Gallery in Manhattan led to additional international recognition. He has been honored by the James Renwick Alliance as the 2016 Distinguished Artist in ceramics at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Works have appeared on the covers of AmericanStyle and Pottery Making Illustrated, and in the pages of Ceramics Monthly, American Art Collector, Modern, NICHE, American Craft, Clay Times, The Crafts Report, Design 360º (China), and Ceramic Art (Taiwan).
Individual and group studio visits welcomed by appointment.
Eric Serritella, artist.
Chapel Hill, NC