Paul J. Katrich
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Positively Unique and Rather Extraordinary
Welcome . . .
This website contains a complete visual archive
of the ceramic works by noted Studio Potter
Paul J. Katrich. His pottery is part of
important, public and private collections.
We hope you find the same delight
as was found in creating the pottery.
Pier Antique Shows
in New York City
March 28-29, 2015, and
November 22-23, 2014.
Both Shows were Sold Out:
Thank You Patrons, New York City
and US Antique Shows.
12th Avenue at 55th Street.
As Seen in the New York Times,
Paul Katrich Pottery in a Sunday
Full-Page Ad for the Pier Antique Show
Paul J. Katrich Holding the
November 19, 2014 Issue of the
Village Voice with His
Luster Pottery on the Cover
Luster Pottery and Paul J. Katrich
on Setup Day at the Pier Show Booth
The Showplace in Manhattan
Luster Vessels by Paul J. Katrich
are on Exhibition and Available for Purchase at
The Showplace in New York City
Frost on the Window, Luster Vessel 1614.
How to Search for Your Luster Vessel
by Paul J. Katrich
Paul J. Katrich at the 2006 NY Ceramics Fair
in New York City
Many patrons have asked how they can see a photograph, and maybe other information, of one of their luster vessels, among the many 1000's of photographs on Katrich.com.
Contemporary Art Pottery Collectors Association
Recent Journal Article: Paul J. Katrich
Detail Photographic Prints
Created from the Master Images of
Luster Pottery by Paul J. Katrich
Escape At Bedtime, Print P0820.
"Every artist needs a muse. My remarkable dog, Gershwin, inspires me each day.
Window On Collecting Art & Antiques
Episode #4: Theophilus Brouwer Pottery
Theophilus Brouwer's abilities were diverse in the extreme. He was a skilled carpenter and architect, as well as a sculptor of public monuments, living in the Long Island, NY, area. Brouwer also decided to create art pottery between 1893 and 1911, calling his studio, Middle Lane Pottery. He used some of the most unusual, complex and difficult processes possible. Brouwer developed a type of glazing which he called "Flame Painting." Remarkable iridescent flame-like effects appeared on the surfaces. A number of other complicated glazes and techniques were developed at his hands.
Episode #3: Vintage Books
Paul J. Katrich talks about collecting books, and he shows interesting examples. Vintage, rare and antiquarian books can often be found at very low prices. Compared to computer files, books can be collected as physical objects, to be held and enjoyed in many ways. Beginning collectors can easily start a personal library. Literature, nonfiction and instructional titles are shown. Book art is displayed, including Gustave Dore illustrations in a copy of Dante's Inferno.
The Katrich Trademark
What People are Saying...
"Katrich's work is quickly becoming part of
"Today, his forms are classical with brilliant
"Innovative, yet evocative of past masters."
Antique Trader magazine interview with Paul J. Katrich:
"The Time is Right for American Art Pottery."
"His pottery, his fellowship, and his philosophy
"Paul Katrich ... has been busily rediscovering the secrets
Glazes of Glory
Condensed for information about Paul J. Katrich.
Art & Antiques: Collector's Sourcebook is
included with Art & Antiques magazine.
Click on image for a larger version.
American Bungalow Article:
Paul J. Katrich - Throwing Light
Solo Show in
New York City:
"Luster Pottery of Paul J. Katrich:
Four Elements, Four Seasons"
Gala Opening, YWCA-NYC Art Gallery,
610 Lexington Avenue (at 53rd St.)
The New York Ceramics Fair
National Academy Museum
Sold Out on Opening Night
Bloomberg.com mention of Paul J. Katrich at the New York Ceramics Fair:
New York's Park Avenue Set Ignores Dow's Slump, Shops for Art