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greetings from Geneva, David Hawley
sound could be improved.
This is such a beautiful way to see Peter’s work. I so appreciate Pam’s narratives.
This is Pamela Gorgone speaking about Peter’s work in the Gallery.
yes. both are lovely.
“A kiss from the kiln gods”
Viewing Peter's work and hearing her speak about them is much more emotional that I was prepared for
learning so much about Peter and his art
Beautiful! THANK YOU!
So beautiful, thank you
Beautiful pieces - thanks for the explanations
Thank you for a lovely presentation Pam
Thank you Pam.
Thank you everyone! So glad to see such a wonderful turnout.
Thanks so much. Lovely!
Thank you for this window into Peter’s work and thoughts
thank you, so beautiful
That was so, so beautiful. Thank you to everyone at the Ceramics Studio.
So wonderful to see so many of Peter’s museum colleagues here! Hugs to you all.
This was AWESOME! Thanks you all!
Thank you all, THANK YOU PETE
Can you please put the info about how to donate in the chat?
What beautiful pieces! I loved hearing about his process. It was lovely to get a window into his working process.
A moving and beautiful tour - thank you for sharing.
So lovely. I'm very touched to see Pete's work displayed this way. Thank you all -
Thank you, Kathy and Pam. But most of all thank you, Peter for you beautiful work.
Beautiful! so glad we could see his pieces
LOVE in every piece! Love to Peter, to Andy…
Anne and Peggy Katzeff-Kornegger
Thank you so much! xoxoxo
Beautiful. Thank you very much!
What beautiful work and tribute to Peter.
Thank you so much
Beautiful. Thank you!
Thank you for the beautiful, illuminating tour of Pete's work.
Anne and Peggy Katzeff-Kornegger
Thank you—just beautiful!
Hello everyone - here is the link to our exhibition page: https://ofa.fas.harvard.edu/celebration-peter-berry-online-exhibition-and-sale
Thank you Andy for helping set this up
Thanks! Lots of love to Andy!
Very nicely done, thank you!
can people come to visit the gallery? i missed what you said about that....
Thank you! This is a really beautiful tribute!
Thank you! So great to hear about Peter’s work this way. I miss Pete! :(. Much love
Thank you all, this was lovely to see and hear. He was a very special teacher and community member.
Beautiful work! Thank you!
thank you for organizing this. i miss him, he was a great teacher and such a wonderful person
Ji Eun Kim
Here is the link to the website to support in honor of Peter Berry https://ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics-program-scholarships
Pete would have LOVED this. Miss him every day
What a beautiful event. Thank you Andy and all who organized for sharing some of Peter’s amazing art and work with us.
Loved seeing and learning about his work. Thank you!
I love his work. Thanks for sharing this.
LOVE seeing Pete’s work! And missing him while appreciating him, thanks for making this happen!
Wonderful presentation! Such a lovely insight into Peter’s life and work. Thank you for sharing! Shout out to the Tufts soft ball team—so nice to see all your faces!
As a reminder, we will be sending out the link to the gallery shop at the end of this program. Thank you all for being here tonight!
Peter was such a gentle soul - studio clean up is going to be a challenge - when we get back - without his direction.
Mary Ellen Streeter
Thank you for sharing this. It is beautiful.
Thanks to all. That was lovely, Pam. So great to see Peter’s work. I had no idea about his early work at Rutgers. So cool!
yes, loved learning about his art and career- especially love the pieces that mix some turquoise with the brown colors- beautiful!
And a special thank you to Andy who worked so hard to honor Peter in so many ways. He couldn’t have done any of this without you.
A beautiful man and beautiful work. Thank you for this presentation. Great job. Love to Andy.
thank you for for a chance to see Peter’s work and Pam’s tribute to Peter. He was very special person!! We all miss him so much. His last firing was a year ago yesterday. Peter was so pleased with the results of that firing and anxious to fire again as soon possible.
Such beautiful work. And Peter was such a beloved member of the ceramics community here. Miss him. Love to Andy. Thank you all for organizing this touching event and for sharing it with us remotely. xox.
This was an amazing way to experience Peter and his love of beauty. We miss him daily. Thank you to the ceramic studio and so much love to Andy
Pete would be thrilled about this lovely celebration of him. He had many qualities and talents, but was proudest of his art.
So glad I bought a piece of Peter's--now years ago. The studio was such a warm place to be when he was there, and I happened to be there. Love to you Andy.
What a beautiful way to remember Pete. We didn't get the chance to mourn his loss as an extended family. This is making it real again. Pete was a gift to this world. I miss my cousin.
Wonderful to share this poignant moment with everyone - thank you Peter for bringing beauty & gathering creative spirits. Sending love to Andy and all who will miss him.
great way to get up close and personal w the work . well done . such a lovely tribute to Peter.
Thanks for sharing the ceramics and his process as well as his previous work. Thanks for the invitation, Andy!
Bill & Maria Shank
Our best to Peter's legacy and his family. Very nicely done. Thanks to Harvard for recognizing a great person.
Under the circumstances this was a beautiful tribute to Peter. Thank you to the staff at the Harvard Ceramics program. Wonderful to see Peter’s work beautifully displayed in the gallery. We miss him dearly.
Thank you Kathy and the staff at the Studio. Appreciate what you have done and the display of Pete's work. As well as some of his back story in regards to his artwork.
seeing his beautiful art hammers home how profound a loss his passing is. It was an honor to know him and take the softball field with him.
Harvard Ceramic Studio, you did an amazing job to honor Peter. We are so grateful and miss Peter each and every day. Thank you for doing such a beautiful exhibit allowing us all to see his work. Much love to Andy, thank you for sharing.
Softball team, our gallery guide is Pam Gorgone who was invaluable in keeping us updated on Pete. Ceramics, beautiful home run event.
Was a lovely gathering. I learned so much about Peter’s work. I loved re-connecting with Peter at Harvard, we had known each other at UMass.
The Rutgers installation was built in Pete’s studio when he was getting his MFA there. He had to build it at night so as not to disturb the other art students.
it is fantastic!
beautiful work, beautiful and loving presentation and a sweet gathering. love to andy and all for sharing this moment. <3
love those details!
amazing!! now I get why he always collected left over wood from the sidewalk, always thinking of his next project :)
I remember going to Rutgers and seeing the installation-it was impressive and I remember hearing how Peter put all his energy and emotion into the project.
the wood installation is sublime, a delight in line and shadow!
Pete’s work was also informed by photos he took of construction sites, dilapidated buildings, and old machines.
I remember him taking photos of construction sites in SF when Andy and Peter were visiting years ago.
Thank you to everyone at the ceramics studio who gave him an artistic home in Boston. He loved that community!
Thank you for putting this beautiful presentation together (and to OFA for including it in their newsletter, where I heard about it).
Beautiful exhibit honoring Peter. I knew him many years ago and his family. Beautiful pieces. Thank you!
Thank you, Andy, for sharing this life and legacy.
Kathy King, Director, Ceramics Program
Thank you everyone for being here. We will be ending the event at the end of this loop of the slide show.
Kathy King, Director, Ceramics Program
I think the last image is him with his knee up at the show and sale.
wonderful to also get to see the wood installations! the light and shadow play so enticing
Thank you so much for sharing Peter’s installation work. I cannot believe I have never seen it. I love his ceramics, but I had no idea these other pieces were in his heart and imagination… Don’t you wish there were permanent installations, so some lucky people could pass through them
Thank you! Love you Andy!
Very touching. Thank you Kathy. Love to Andy.
What a moving experience. Thanks to all.
Thank you all!
Thanks everyone — dear Peter!
Kathy King PPT
I’m not sure what to do - let them all talk?