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Louise Rosenfield

Louise Rosenfield
Louise and David Rosenfield
I became acquainted with Louise Rosenfield when I was a member at the Craft Guild of Dallas back in the 90’s-early 2000s.  Louise was a lovely person – very friendly – and so artistic!  I LOVED that she had dyed ends/streaks of her long black hair a vibrant cobalt blue!  So HER!!!
At that time, Louise was an adamant, passionate potter, but recently, I discovered that she has been a very busy girl!
Not only has she become a very talented ceramic artist, as can be seen by the examples of her work below:
Work by Louise Rosenfield 
Work by Louise Rosenfield

but Louise has also done the most amazing thing!  She and her husband, David, have created a collection of pottery that is in an online repository – available for the world to see!!!  What a wonderful gift and legacy!

The Rosenfield Collection represents the work of 418 artists and is a wonderful source for inspiration, appreciation, and validation.  Check it out!  You won’t believe it!!!!

The Rosenfield Collection is a wonderful resource and gift to the public.  To quote Kate Singleton, author of the site, Art Hound, “This is a really exciting idea for big collectors – giving the public access to your art during your lifetime via the internet.”
This article in the Dallas Morning News about Louise Rosenfield gives us an even deeper look into her motivations and passions for establishing The Rosenfield Collection.

Louise Rosenfield’s entire bio can be accessed at this site.

This video, entitled, “Let’s Make a Deal”, shows an amazing, poignant exhibit by Louise Rosenfield.

I’m not the first one to blog about Louise Rosenfield and the collection, so I’ll highlight a few of the other blogs as each one gives us further insight into her and her husband, David’s, wonderful contribution to ceramics.

An article written by Louise Rosenfield, The Tei Tei Project, shows another side of her and details a great project!

All in all, I feel privileged to know her and am so proud of her for her selfless work in the world of ceramics.
Written by Marian Williams


  1. Anonymous · August 14, 2012

    What a BEAUTIFUL picture of you both and what a great story. You have come a long way but there was NO DOUBT in my mind that you could do it. I am so PROUD for you. I still have the very first pieces that you gave me and use them all the time. I am PROUD to have them. THANK YOU “TC”

  2. John Britt · August 14, 2012

    Louise is the bomb! You too David- a great team!

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