Richard S. Lang

Alfred, New York

Richard S. Lang was born in Hornell, New York and reared in Alfred, New York.  From kindergarten through high school, he attended the Andover School in Alfred.  It was while he was at the Andover School, he met one of his early art mentors in William “Scotty” MacCrea.  Richard would go onto study at Alfred, where he received his undergraduate degree in Ceramic Art and Design, as a student of Daniel Rhodes, Val Cushing, Ted Randall and Robert Turner.  Since finishing at Alfred, Richard has been a fulltime dedicated studio potter.  His pure forms with an outstanding glaze arsenal make him an important artist of the American Studio Pottery Movement.  A portion of his exhibition record includes:  Members of Business and Professional Women, lecture and demonstration, Wellsville, New York, 1975; Vasefinder Nationals/International, Vasefinder.com, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011.

From left to right:  Richard Lang, Val Cushing and Robert Turner.

 

Artist's Objects


Item:  Stoneware bowl with reeded edge

Dimensions:  3.125 inches tall by 9 inches widele

Price:  $70.00 plus s/i

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Item:  Stoneware bowl 

Dimensions:  2.5 inches tall by 7 inches wide

Price:  $40.00, plus s/i

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Item:  Copper red vase, porcelain

Dimensions:  6.75 inches tall by 5 inches wide, which includes the handle

Price:  $45.00, plus s/i

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Item:  Basket, stoneware

Dimensions:  9.5 inches tall by 8.5 inches wide

Price:  SOLD

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