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      • KATHRYN YOUNGS (B. 1952) ABSTRACT SCULPTURE
        Aug. 14, 2022

        KATHRYN YOUNGS (B. 1952) ABSTRACT SCULPTURE

        Est: $100 - $200

        Abstract slab built pottery sculpture of a handled pitcher with flattened side. Signed along side. Purchased at Fireworks Fine Crafts Gallery, Seattle, 1988. Includes Fireworks exhibition card and artist info sheet. Excellent condition. 15.5" x 10.25" W x 3.5" W approx. Youngs, born and raised in California, has lived and worked in Vancouver since 1972.

        District Auction
      • Kathryn Youngs
        Nov. 11, 2021

        Kathryn Youngs

        Est: $200 - $400

        (American/Canadian, born 1952) Fruit Bowl and Flower Vase Still Life, with bouquet insert, signed and dated "Youngs" and "c 89", slab constructed and glazed earthenware, 37-1/2 x 24-1/2 x 8 in.

        Brunk Auctions
      • Kathryn Youngs Floral & Fruit Art Pottery Statue
        May. 16, 2019

        Kathryn Youngs Floral & Fruit Art Pottery Statue

        Est: $100 - $300

        Youngs '90 Pop Art Pottery Vase with Flowers and Banana Fruit Bowl Signed 15 x 22 inches

        Kavanagh Auctions
      • Kathryn Youngs Flower Jug Art Pottery Statue
        May. 16, 2019

        Kathryn Youngs Flower Jug Art Pottery Statue

        Est: $50 - $150

        Signed Kathryn Youngs Flower Jug Art Pottery Statue Signed, Pop Art 15 x 2.5 inches

        Kavanagh Auctions
      • Kathryn Youngs Pottery Bottle Statue
        Nov. 08, 2018

        Kathryn Youngs Pottery Bottle Statue

        Est: $200 - $400

        Measures 17 1/8" tall x 11" long x 6 1/8" deep.

        Applebrook Auctions
      • KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ), ASSEMBLAGE, 24.25" x 22" x 9.5" - 61.6 x 55.9 x 24.1 cm.
        Apr. 21, 2015

        KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ), ASSEMBLAGE, 24.25" x 22" x 9.5" - 61.6 x 55.9 x 24.1 cm.

        Est: $300 - $500

        KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ) ASSEMBLAGE ceramic, 24.25" x 22" x 9.5" -- 61.6 x 55.9 x 24.1 cm., signed and dated Nov, 98 in black Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: From another collection KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ) Kathryn Youngs was born in southern California, and grew up in Lytle Creek. She moved to Vancouver in 1972, where she studied at the Vancouver School of Art from 1972 to 1974. Youngs started her career as a printmaker, but it was while taking a pottery course at a local community center in 1979 that she discovered clay and has since worked on slab-built sculptural vessels. Youngs' work is part of major collections in Canada, as well as at the National History Museum of Taipei. She has exhibited her work across Canada, in the United States, Norway and China. In 2008, Youngs retired as an artist and returned to school to obtain her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia. She is presently manager of Circle Craft Cooperative Association of BC, and lives in Vancouver. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario Claridge Collection, Montreal, Quebec Indusmin Collection, Toronto, Ontario National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China Tony Chong, Personal Collection, Pacific Palisades, California Toronto Life Collection, Vancouver, BC Selected Solo Exhibitions 2000 Portfolio Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1999 Circle Craft, Vancouver, BC 1998 Gallery of BC Ceramics, Vancouver, BC MC Gallery, Minneapolis, MN 1996 4th Annual Teapot Exhibition, Craft Alliance, St. Louis, Missouri 1995 Super Bowls: Contemporary Ceramics, Arizona State University, Nelson Fine Art Center, Tempe, Arizona Clay in Canada: North by North-West, NCECA Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1994 John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC 1993 John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC 1991 Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC Patrick Doheny & Associates Fine Art Ltd., Vancouver, BC 1990 Patrick Doheny & Associates Fine Art Ltd., Vancouver, BC 1989 Galerie Franklin Silverstone, Montreal, Quebec 1988 Illustrations in Clay, FireWorks Gallery, Seattle, Washington 1986 The All New Fruit and Vegetable Show, Provincial Essays Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1985 Henry Goes to the MET, Pitt International Galleries, Vancouver, BC 1984 Pots for Painters, The Montgomery Cafe, Vancouver, BC Selected Group Exhibitions 2003 We Are Circle Craft, Bank of Hong Kong, Vancouver, BC 1999 Efflorescence, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1998 Fenton Fine Arts Presents, Phyllis Fenton Fine Arts, Fort Worth, TX Three at the Fort, The Fort Gallery, Fort Langley, BC 1996 Jeannie Mah and Kathryn Youngs, Provenance Gallery, Calgary, AB 1994 BC Artists in QC, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, Quebec Art at Terminal 3, Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Toronto, ON 1993-95 Selected Treasures-A Treasury of Canadian Craft Touring Show: Taipei, Hong Kong, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Edmonton, and Halifax 1993 Ceramics As Art, Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby BC 1993 The Canadian Cup, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, Quebec Canadian Teapots, Nancy Margolies Gallery, New York, NY 1992 Invitational Exhibit of Ceramic Art, National Museum of Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China Saidye Bronfman Centre 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Just a Taste of the Claridge Collection, Montreal, Quebec National Cup Invitational Show, Artworks Gallery, Seattle, WA Chicago International New Art Forms Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois A Treasury of Canadian Craft, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC Fired Up, Metchosin, BC John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC Canadian Clay Teapots, Galerie Barbara Silverberg, Drexel Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1991 Open House, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC Choosing Clay, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1990 4th National Ceramic Invitational, Canton Art Institute, Canton, Ohio Vessels, Muttart Art Gallery, Calgary, Alberta Canadian Clay with Franklin Silverstone, Oslo, Norway 1989 Chicago International New Art Forms Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois A Breath of Canadian Life, Galerie Franklin Silverstone at Sunlife of Canada, Calgary, Alberta 1988 Sculpture in Clay, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1987 Sculpture in Clay, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BC Illusions in Clay, FireWorks Gallery, Seattle, Washington 1985 Containers, Colour, Contrast, Gallery of BC Ceramics, Vancouver 1984 The Warehouse Show, Vancouver, BC Clay Sculpture '84, Vancouver, BC 1983 Shoot That Tiger Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1982 BC Festival of the Arts, Kamloops, BC 1981 Carnegie! Carnegie Center, Vancouver, BC

        Waddington's
      • KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ), KING'S VESSEL, 19.25" x 13.5" x 4" - 48.9 x 34.3 x 10.2 cm.
        Apr. 21, 2015

        KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ), KING'S VESSEL, 19.25" x 13.5" x 4" - 48.9 x 34.3 x 10.2 cm.

        Est: $150 - $200

        KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ) KING'S VESSEL ceramic, 19.25" x 13.5" x 4" -- 48.9 x 34.3 x 10.2 cm., painted signature and dated 92 in cream Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: From another collection KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ) Kathryn Youngs was born in southern California, and grew up in Lytle Creek. She moved to Vancouver in 1972, where she studied at the Vancouver School of Art from 1972 to 1974. Youngs started her career as a printmaker, but it was while taking a pottery course at a local community center in 1979 that she discovered clay and has since worked on slab-built sculptural vessels. Youngs' work is part of major collections in Canada, as well as at the National History Museum of Taipei. She has exhibited her work across Canada, in the United States, Norway and China. In 2008, Youngs retired as an artist and returned to school to obtain her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia. She is presently manager of Circle Craft Cooperative Association of BC, and lives in Vancouver. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario Claridge Collection, Montreal, Quebec Indusmin Collection, Toronto, Ontario National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China Tony Chong, Personal Collection, Pacific Palisades, California Toronto Life Collection, Vancouver, BC Selected Solo Exhibitions 2000 Portfolio Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1999 Circle Craft, Vancouver, BC 1998 Gallery of BC Ceramics, Vancouver, BC MC Gallery, Minneapolis, MN 1996 4th Annual Teapot Exhibition, Craft Alliance, St. Louis, Missouri 1995 Super Bowls: Contemporary Ceramics, Arizona State University, Nelson Fine Art Center, Tempe, Arizona Clay in Canada: North by North-West, NCECA Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1994 John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC 1993 John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC 1991 Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC Patrick Doheny & Associates Fine Art Ltd., Vancouver, BC 1990 Patrick Doheny & Associates Fine Art Ltd., Vancouver, BC 1989 Galerie Franklin Silverstone, Montreal, Quebec 1988 Illustrations in Clay, FireWorks Gallery, Seattle, Washington 1986 The All New Fruit and Vegetable Show, Provincial Essays Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1985 Henry Goes to the MET, Pitt International Galleries, Vancouver, BC 1984 Pots for Painters, The Montgomery Cafe, Vancouver, BC Selected Group Exhibitions 2003 We Are Circle Craft, Bank of Hong Kong, Vancouver, BC 1999 Efflorescence, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1998 Fenton Fine Arts Presents, Phyllis Fenton Fine Arts, Fort Worth, TX Three at the Fort, The Fort Gallery, Fort Langley, BC 1996 Jeannie Mah and Kathryn Youngs, Provenance Gallery, Calgary, AB 1994 BC Artists in QC, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, Quebec Art at Terminal 3, Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Toronto, ON 1993-95 Selected Treasures-A Treasury of Canadian Craft Touring Show: Taipei, Hong Kong, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Edmonton, and Halifax 1993 Ceramics As Art, Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby BC 1993 The Canadian Cup, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, Quebec Canadian Teapots, Nancy Margolies Gallery, New York, NY 1992 Invitational Exhibit of Ceramic Art, National Museum of Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China Saidye Bronfman Centre 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Just a Taste of the Claridge Collection, Montreal, Quebec National Cup Invitational Show, Artworks Gallery, Seattle, WA Chicago International New Art Forms Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois A Treasury of Canadian Craft, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC Fired Up, Metchosin, BC John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC Canadian Clay Teapots, Galerie Barbara Silverberg, Drexel Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1991 Open House, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC Choosing Clay, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1990 4th National Ceramic Invitational, Canton Art Institute, Canton, Ohio Vessels, Muttart Art Gallery, Calgary, Alberta Canadian Clay with Franklin Silverstone, Oslo, Norway 1989 Chicago International New Art Forms Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois A Breath of Canadian Life, Galerie Franklin Silverstone at Sunlife of Canada, Calgary, Alberta 1988 Sculpture in Clay, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1987 Sculpture in Clay, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BC Illusions in Clay, FireWorks Gallery, Seattle, Washington 1985 Containers, Colour, Contrast, Gallery of BC Ceramics, Vancouver 1984 The Warehouse Show, Vancouver, BC Clay Sculpture '84, Vancouver, BC 1983 Shoot That Tiger Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1982 BC Festival of the Arts, Kamloops, BC 1981 Carnegie! Carnegie Center, Vancouver, BC

        Waddington's
      • KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ), BOTTLE, JUG AND LEMONS, 20.5" x 16" x 8.5" - 52.1 x 40.6 x 21.6 cm.
        Apr. 21, 2015

        KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ), BOTTLE, JUG AND LEMONS, 20.5" x 16" x 8.5" - 52.1 x 40.6 x 21.6 cm.

        Est: $200 - $300

        KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ) BOTTLE, JUG AND LEMONS clay, 20.5" x 16" x 8.5" -- 52.1 x 40.6 x 21.6 cm., painted signature and dated '91 in black Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ) Kathryn Youngs was born in southern California, and grew up in Lytle Creek. She moved to Vancouver in 1972, where she studied at the Vancouver School of Art from 1972 to 1974. Youngs started her career as a printmaker, but it was while taking a pottery course at a local community center in 1979 that she discovered clay and has since worked on slab-built sculptural vessels. Youngs' work is part of major collections in Canada, as well as at the National History Museum of Taipei. She has exhibited her work across Canada, in the United States, Norway and China. In 2008, Youngs retired as an artist and returned to school to obtain her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia. She is presently manager of Circle Craft Cooperative Association of BC, and lives in Vancouver. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario Claridge Collection, Montreal, Quebec Indusmin Collection, Toronto, Ontario National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China Tony Chong, Personal Collection, Pacific Palisades, California Toronto Life Collection, Vancouver, BC Selected Solo Exhibitions 2000 Portfolio Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1999 Circle Craft, Vancouver, BC 1998 Gallery of BC Ceramics, Vancouver, BC MC Gallery, Minneapolis, MN 1996 4th Annual Teapot Exhibition, Craft Alliance, St. Louis, Missouri 1995 Super Bowls: Contemporary Ceramics, Arizona State University, Nelson Fine Art Center, Tempe, Arizona Clay in Canada: North by North-West, NCECA Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1994 John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC 1993 John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC 1991 Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC Patrick Doheny & Associates Fine Art Ltd., Vancouver, BC 1990 Patrick Doheny & Associates Fine Art Ltd., Vancouver, BC 1989 Galerie Franklin Silverstone, Montreal, Quebec 1988 Illustrations in Clay, FireWorks Gallery, Seattle, Washington 1986 The All New Fruit and Vegetable Show, Provincial Essays Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1985 Henry Goes to the MET, Pitt International Galleries, Vancouver, BC 1984 Pots for Painters, The Montgomery Cafe, Vancouver, BC Selected Group Exhibitions 2003 We Are Circle Craft, Bank of Hong Kong, Vancouver, BC 1999 Efflorescence, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1998 Fenton Fine Arts Presents, Phyllis Fenton Fine Arts, Fort Worth, TX Three at the Fort, The Fort Gallery, Fort Langley, BC 1996 Jeannie Mah and Kathryn Youngs, Provenance Gallery, Calgary, AB 1994 BC Artists in QC, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, Quebec Art at Terminal 3, Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Toronto, ON 1993-95 Selected Treasures-A Treasury of Canadian Craft Touring Show: Taipei, Hong Kong, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Edmonton, and Halifax 1993 Ceramics As Art, Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby BC 1993 The Canadian Cup, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, Quebec Canadian Teapots, Nancy Margolies Gallery, New York, NY 1992 Invitational Exhibit of Ceramic Art, National Museum of Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China Saidye Bronfman Centre 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Just a Taste of the Claridge Collection, Montreal, Quebec National Cup Invitational Show, Artworks Gallery, Seattle, WA Chicago International New Art Forms Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois A Treasury of Canadian Craft, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC Fired Up, Metchosin, BC John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC Canadian Clay Teapots, Galerie Barbara Silverberg, Drexel Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1991 Open House, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC Choosing Clay, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1990 4th National Ceramic Invitational, Canton Art Institute, Canton, Ohio Vessels, Muttart Art Gallery, Calgary, Alberta Canadian Clay with Franklin Silverstone, Oslo, Norway 1989 Chicago International New Art Forms Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois A Breath of Canadian Life, Galerie Franklin Silverstone at Sunlife of Canada, Calgary, Alberta 1988 Sculpture in Clay, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1987 Sculpture in Clay, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BC Illusions in Clay, FireWorks Gallery, Seattle, Washington 1985 Containers, Colour, Contrast, Gallery of BC Ceramics, Vancouver 1984 The Warehouse Show, Vancouver, BC Clay Sculpture '84, Vancouver, BC 1983 Shoot That Tiger Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1982 BC Festival of the Arts, Kamloops, BC 1981 Carnegie! Carnegie Center, Vancouver, BC

        Waddington's
      • KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ), TWO-HANDLED VASE, 23" x 13" - 58.4 x 33 cm.
        Apr. 21, 2015

        KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ), TWO-HANDLED VASE, 23" x 13" - 58.4 x 33 cm.

        Est: $250 - $350

        KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ) TWO-HANDLED VASE clay, 23" x 13" -- 58.4 x 33 cm., signed and dated '89 Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: KATHRYN YOUNGS (1952 - ) Kathryn Youngs was born in southern California, and grew up in Lytle Creek. She moved to Vancouver in 1972, where she studied at the Vancouver School of Art from 1972 to 1974. Youngs started her career as a printmaker, but it was while taking a pottery course at a local community center in 1979 that she discovered clay and has since worked on slab-built sculptural vessels. Youngs' work is part of major collections in Canada, as well as at the National History Museum of Taipei. She has exhibited her work across Canada, in the United States, Norway and China. In 2008, Youngs retired as an artist and returned to school to obtain her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia. She is presently manager of Circle Craft Cooperative Association of BC, and lives in Vancouver. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario Claridge Collection, Montreal, Quebec Indusmin Collection, Toronto, Ontario National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China Tony Chong, Personal Collection, Pacific Palisades, California Toronto Life Collection, Vancouver, BC Selected Solo Exhibitions 2000 Portfolio Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1999 Circle Craft, Vancouver, BC 1998 Gallery of BC Ceramics, Vancouver, BC MC Gallery, Minneapolis, MN 1996 4th Annual Teapot Exhibition, Craft Alliance, St. Louis, Missouri 1995 Super Bowls: Contemporary Ceramics, Arizona State University, Nelson Fine Art Center, Tempe, Arizona Clay in Canada: North by North-West, NCECA Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1994 John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC 1993 John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC 1991 Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC Patrick Doheny & Associates Fine Art Ltd., Vancouver, BC 1990 Patrick Doheny & Associates Fine Art Ltd., Vancouver, BC 1989 Galerie Franklin Silverstone, Montreal, Quebec 1988 Illustrations in Clay, FireWorks Gallery, Seattle, Washington 1986 The All New Fruit and Vegetable Show, Provincial Essays Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1985 Henry Goes to the MET, Pitt International Galleries, Vancouver, BC 1984 Pots for Painters, The Montgomery Cafe, Vancouver, BC Selected Group Exhibitions 2003 We Are Circle Craft, Bank of Hong Kong, Vancouver, BC 1999 Efflorescence, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1998 Fenton Fine Arts Presents, Phyllis Fenton Fine Arts, Fort Worth, TX Three at the Fort, The Fort Gallery, Fort Langley, BC 1996 Jeannie Mah and Kathryn Youngs, Provenance Gallery, Calgary, AB 1994 BC Artists in QC, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, Quebec Art at Terminal 3, Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Toronto, ON 1993-95 Selected Treasures-A Treasury of Canadian Craft Touring Show: Taipei, Hong Kong, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Edmonton, and Halifax 1993 Ceramics As Art, Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby BC 1993 The Canadian Cup, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, Quebec Canadian Teapots, Nancy Margolies Gallery, New York, NY 1992 Invitational Exhibit of Ceramic Art, National Museum of Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China Saidye Bronfman Centre 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Just a Taste of the Claridge Collection, Montreal, Quebec National Cup Invitational Show, Artworks Gallery, Seattle, WA Chicago International New Art Forms Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois A Treasury of Canadian Craft, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC Fired Up, Metchosin, BC John D. Ramsay Inc. Contemporary Art, Vancouver, BC Canadian Clay Teapots, Galerie Barbara Silverberg, Drexel Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1991 Open House, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, QC Choosing Clay, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1990 4th National Ceramic Invitational, Canton Art Institute, Canton, Ohio Vessels, Muttart Art Gallery, Calgary, Alberta Canadian Clay with Franklin Silverstone, Oslo, Norway 1989 Chicago International New Art Forms Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois A Breath of Canadian Life, Galerie Franklin Silverstone at Sunlife of Canada, Calgary, Alberta 1988 Sculpture in Clay, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1987 Sculpture in Clay, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BC Illusions in Clay, FireWorks Gallery, Seattle, Washington 1985 Containers, Colour, Contrast, Gallery of BC Ceramics, Vancouver 1984 The Warehouse Show, Vancouver, BC Clay Sculpture '84, Vancouver, BC 1983 Shoot That Tiger Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1982 BC Festival of the Arts, Kamloops, BC 1981 Carnegie! Carnegie Center, Vancouver, BC

        Waddington's
      • KATHRYN YOUNGS, THREE PEARS, 9" x 14.5" x 6.25" - 22.9 x 36.8 x 15.9 cm.
        Jun. 18, 2014

        KATHRYN YOUNGS, THREE PEARS, 9" x 14.5" x 6.25" - 22.9 x 36.8 x 15.9 cm.

        Est: $300 - $500

        KATHRYN YOUNGSTHREE PEARSceramic, 9" x 14.5" x 6.25" - 22.9 x 36.8 x 15.9 cm., painted signature and dated 1985 in creamProvenance:Purchased directly from the artist

        Waddington's
      • KATHRYN YOUNGS, STILL LIFE WITH SPHERE, 18.75" x 18.5" x 6.75" - 47.6 x 47 x 17.1 cm.
        Jun. 18, 2014

        KATHRYN YOUNGS, STILL LIFE WITH SPHERE, 18.75" x 18.5" x 6.75" - 47.6 x 47 x 17.1 cm.

        Est: $300 - $500

        KATHRYN YOUNGSSTILL LIFE WITH SPHEREceramic, 18.75" x 18.5" x 6.75" - 47.6 x 47 x 17.1 cm., painted signature and dated '90 in blackProvenance:Purchased directly from the artist

        Waddington's
      • KATHRYN YOUNGS, BOTTLE, JUG AND LEMONS, 20.5" x 16" x 8.5" - 52.1 x 40.6 x 21.6 cm.
        Jun. 18, 2014

        KATHRYN YOUNGS, BOTTLE, JUG AND LEMONS, 20.5" x 16" x 8.5" - 52.1 x 40.6 x 21.6 cm.

        Est: $400 - $600

        KATHRYN YOUNGSBOTTLE, JUG AND LEMONSclay, 20.5" x 16" x 8.5" - 52.1 x 40.6 x 21.6 cm., painted signature and dated '91 in blackProvenance:Purchased directly from the artist

        Waddington's
      • KATHRYN YOUNGSTWO HANDLED VASE, clay; signed, dated '89 23 ins x 13 ins; 58.4 cms x 33 cms Note: Kathryn Youngs was born in southern California, and grew up in Lytle Creek. She moved to Vancouver in 1972, where she studied at the Vancouver School of
        Nov. 06, 2013

        KATHRYN YOUNGSTWO HANDLED VASE, clay; signed, dated '89 23 ins x 13 ins; 58.4 cms x 33 cms Note: Kathryn Youngs was born in southern California, and grew up in Lytle Creek. She moved to Vancouver in 1972, where she studied at the Vancouver School of

        Est: $300 - $400

        KATHRYN YOUNGSTWO HANDLED VASE, clay; signed, dated '89 23 ins x 13 ins; 58.4 cms x 33 cms Note: Kathryn Youngs was born in southern California, and grew up in Lytle Creek. She moved to Vancouver in 1972, where she studied at the Vancouver School of Art from 1972 to 1974. Youngs started her career as a printmaker, but it was while taking a pottery course at a local community center in 1979 that she discovered clay and has since worked on slab-built sculptural vessels.Youngs' work is part of major collections in Canada, as well as at the National History Museum of Taipei. She has exhibited her work across Canada, in the United States, Norway and China. In 2008, Youngs retired as an artist and returned to school to obtain her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia. She is presently manager of Circle Craft Cooperative Association of BC, and lives in Vancouver.

        Waddington's
      • Kathryn Youngs Jug
        Dec. 05, 2010

        Kathryn Youngs Jug

        Est: $200 - $300

        Jug

        Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
      • Kathryn Youngs Vase
        Dec. 05, 2010

        Kathryn Youngs Vase

        Est: $200 - $300

        Vase

        Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
      • Kathryn Youngs 1952 - Canadian ceramic sculpture
        Nov. 27, 2010

        Kathryn Youngs 1952 - Canadian ceramic sculpture

        Est: $400 - $600

        Kathryn Youngs 1952 - Canadian ceramic sculpture Christmas 16 x 14 x 3 1/2 inches 40.6 x 35.6 x 8.9 centimeters on verso signed, titled and dated 1993 Provenance:Private Collection, Vancouver

        Heffel
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