WITH YOUR SUPPORT
The Tile Heritage Foundation is a national, nonprofit, charitable organization supported by sponsorship, individual membership donations, grant funds and business contributions. The Tile Heritage research center and library, open to the public by appointment, are located in Healdsburg, California, approximately seventy miles north of San Francisco.
The Tile Heritage Foundation wishes to acknowledge the generosity of all those who have made substantial contributions during the past year. Thank you all!
Hovey Tile Art
Centurians ($100 members) form the backbone of the Tile Heritage Foundation:
Alaska Native Arts
Art League of Lincoln
B.A. Schmidt Arts
Bella Vista Tile
Belvedere Ceramic Arts
Bright River Studio
Kirby William Brown
Bullnose Tile and Stone
Carrie Anne Parks
Casa Ceramica, Inc.
Ceramic Tile Design
William & Erica Clark
Classico Tile & Marble Inc.
Craven Manor Pottery
Dan Droney Tile
Debbie G. Art Tile
Doty Tile Co.
Ellen Stakes Handmade Tiles
Jim & Pat Evanko
Evergreen By Debra
Georganne Ferrier & Steven Weinberg
Friends of Terra Cotta
Furnace Hill Tile
Gary L. Quirk Studios
Hohn & Hohn,Inc.
Regular Members of the Tile Heritage Foundation:
Kathleen Allen, Effie Ambler, American Craft Council Library, Tina Amidon, Katharine Arrow, Suzanne Baizerman, Diana Barrer, Diana Barrett, Kate Barrett, Martha Barry, Sharon Bartman, Kirk Beck & Susan Dannenfelser, Lynn Berglund, Donna Billick, Ed Blackburn, Chris Blanchett, Melody Bonnema, Elizabeth Bridges, Elizabeth Broman, Charles Brownell, Christopher Buckley, Kristine Burton, Sarah Chamberlin, Chuck Cleeves, Michael Corbett, Layah Cottonwood, Colette Crutcher, Lynda Curtis, Susan Dannenfelser, Audel & Lynne Davis, Dick Dewater, Rosalie Dixler, Ginger Dunlap-Dietz, Linda Dyke, Laurie Eisenhardt, Chris Emmick, Linda Erickson, Allyson Evans, Beulah Fehr, Alison Finlay, George Fishman, Scott Franklin, Sooz Glazebrook, Arthur & Esther Goldberg, DeBorah Goletz, Meredith Gordon, Jim Graham, Chris & John Gray, Virginia Greene, Tracey Griffith, Cynthia Gunnerson, Sue Haffner, Joanne Hayakawa, Deborah Hecht, Sallie Herling, Peter Herman, Dolores Herzog, Timothy Mulve Hill, Kathryn Hughes, Peter Immordino, Instituto de Promocion Ceramica, Gail Jonas, Brian Kaiser, Carol Kanga, Beryl Kende, Rosemary KimBal, Gary Knecht, Joe & Cheryl Kopczynski, Karen Kreck, Molly Lambert, Norman Larson, Linda Leighton, Paul Lewing, Lynn & Sandi Maack, Meredith MacLeod, Diana & Jerry Marmon, Diane Masura, Ron May, Michele McDonough, Alexander Melko, Elena Melko, Clark Miller & Sabra Waldfogel, Pamela Mitchell, Mary Anne Moffatt,Timothy Mulvehill, Rosemary & Geoff Murray, John Myers, Sharon Neff, Ken Nelson, Robin Nicholas, Anne & Ed Nocera, Adonis Noguera, Marla Outlaw, Ruth O'Day, Phyllis Pacin, Carrie Anne Parks, Lynn Pearson, Thimo Pimentel, Rolanda Port, Roger Porter Jr, Cleota Reed, Jaki Reed, Robin Reed, Marcia Reiver, Neal Roberts, Laura Robinson, Maria Root, Scholes Library of Ceramics, Betsy Schulz, Glenn Schwaiger, Gerald Schwertfeger, Christine & Paul Shields, Leonora Shelsey, Gladys & Seymour Siegal, Michael Sims, Michael Skiersch, Dave Smith, Spruance Library/BCHS, Carla Stephenson-Funk, Larry Stoddard, Bernice Strauss, Owen Sutton, Helen Szathmury, Lisa Taft, Mary Frances Thomas, Hans van Lemmen, Gary Warkentin, Watson Library/Metropolitan Museum, John Wehrle, Tracy West, Sheryl Wheeler, Marilyn Willats, Judy Williams, Margie Williams, Hilary Winslow, Diane Winters, Winterthur Museum Library, Craig Wood, Mary Woodruff, Judy Wrede, Paddy Wrob, David & Judith Yamada, Bob Yost, Isaiah Zagar, Valda Zalkalns, Michael Zerbe, Erica Ziegler.
The Doty Research Grant
The Doty Research Grant is maintained exclusively by members of the Tile Heritage community who contribute funds specifically for this purpose in addition to their annual membership dues. Their generosity makes this grant possible.
In 2016 the following people made donations:
Suzanne Baizerman; Keith Bieneman, Heritage Tile; Josh Blanc, Clay Squared to Infinity; Kirby Brown, Kirby Brown; Kristine Burton; Mary Lynn Buss, Isle Tile; Jeanie Daves, Jeanie Daves Pottery; Audel and Lynne Davis; Riley Doty, Doty Tile Co.; Jim & Pat Evanko; Michael George, MG Design Group, LLC; Richard Keit and Mary Kennedy, RTK Studios; Olga Khroustaleva, Curious Clay; Lynn & Sandi Maack; Katia McGuirk, Katia Tiles; Edwin Mighell, Edmighell’s Blog; Larry Mobley, Mobley & Company; John Myers; Michael Padwee, tilesinnewyork.blogspot.com; May Frances Ramsey; Cleota Reed; Katherine Singley; Collin and Kathy Sparks, Sparks Tile; Regina Taylor; Sabra Waldfogel; Shirley White; Robert Winter; Christine Wong; David and Judith Yamada; Paul Zelenka, Unicorn Studio.
Publishing Fund Donors
In honor of Ellen and Tom Wyman whose generosity resulted in the publication of Tile Heritage: A Review of American History, Vol. 8, No. 2 after a lengthy hiatus, a Publishing Fund has been created for THF members (and others) to voluntarily contribute to the continuation of this quality publication.
Special thanks to the following people who have made donations to the Fund:
Art Tile Donors
Tile Heritage thanks those who have donated their art tiles to be sold to help develop and sustain the Foundation's archives and other programs.
Bold listings indicate that the artist has sent tiles to more than one location that year. The links acknowledge all of the artists with websites in appreciation of their generosity. Together all tile donors make a significant financial contribution in support of the Tile Heritage Foundation. Thank you!
In May 2018 celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Tile Festival at the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works in Doylestown, Pennsylvania the following tile artists and artisans donated their tiles and mosaic planters to be sold to assist in sustaining the Tile Heritage Foundation archives. Thanks to you all!
In May 2017 for the 30th Anniversary Silent Auction at the Gala/Reception for Tile Heritage at the Mercer Museum and the Tile Festival at the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. And in November 2017 for the 12th annual Tile & Art Festival presented by Artisan Tile Northwest at the Mt. Baker Community Club in Seattle. Thank you all!