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Hillside Studios - Barryville, NY

Local Artist, Musician, or Craftsperson

Anthony Biancoviso has been making pottery for over 40 years. He has taken numerous workshops from prominent master potters throughout the country, and has taught pottery in New York City. His work has been shown in local galleries, juried art exhibitions, art and craft shows, and retail art spaces. He is a member of the Potters of Sullivan County, and is featured on the Sullivan County Pottery Trail Map. Anthony is also a founding member of The Barryville Area Arts Association in Barryville, New York.

His studio is located on a charming old farm property, one mile from the scenic Delaware River off State Route 97. The gallery is open year-round by chance or appointment.

Small Sculptures – Hillside Studios

Anthony Biancoviso specializes in creating distinctive sculptural and functional works of ceramic art that are sensual in form and highly tactile.

Each pot is one-of-a-kind and made on the potter’s wheel.The surface treatment of his pottery is similar to that found in the unglazed, traditional burnished Southwestern Native American pottery and accentuates the distinctive and natural qualities of earthenware clay. Each piece is placed in a small wood-burning kiln and fired to a low temperature.

His recent body of work, "closed forms", grows out of the artist’s intention to explore the interplay between form, volume, surface textures, light and shadows. The sculpture is inspired by both nature’s stones and rock formations, plus the human form. These pieces are wheel-thrown, and then altered by hand.

Anthony's studio is located exactly one mile from the scenic Delaware River. Visitors are invited to touch and handle all pots for sale and to learn more about this ancient process. His pots are offered at a wide range of prices. They make unique and decorative art gifts.

Name of Person

Anthony N. Biancoviso, Ceramic Artist

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