Dubhe Carreño’s expertise include teaching functional and sculptural ceramics for 20 years, curating at Dubhe Carreño Gallery for 10 years (2002-2012) and running her own ceramics studio, This Quiet Dust Ceramics, as a designer and maker of ceramic functional objects.
Dubhe Carreño’s ceramic work is designed and handcrafted to offer perfectly simple forms inspired by a minimalist aesthetic and the colors and textures found in nature. Forms are intentionally irregular highlighting the presence of the artist’s hand, which honors the clay’s voice as an active participant and collaborator in the process of creating each individual form. Dubhe’s work aims to celebrate the simplicity and beauty of everyday rituals by enhancing the experience of holding a warm cup of tea or serving sliced peaches in a porcelain bowl.
Master of Fine Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
Smithsonian Craft Show, Washington, DC (postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19)
AMERICAN CRAFT EXPOSTION, Botanic Gardens, Glencoe, IL
ONE OF A KIND, Chicago, IL
NY NOW, New York, NY
Studio 6F, Sedimentary, Chicago, IL
Kevin Reilly Collection, Dubhe Carreño Ceramics, Chicago, IL
Commission for plates for 432 Park Avenue Restaurant NYC (Chef Shawn Hergatt)
Commission for plates for Dovetail Restaurant, NYC (Chef John Fraser)