Art of Clay: Timeless Pottery of the Southwest

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Lee M. Cohen
Clear Light Publishers, 1993 - Antiques & Collectibles - 139 pages
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The magnificent ceramics shown in this book leave us in no doubt that we are seeing one-of-a-kind-art, not merely pretty 'ethnic artefacts'. Major south-western artists whose works are avidly sought by museums and knowledgeable collectors the world over are represented with full-colour photographs and informative commentary. Most of the works shown are reproduced here for the first time in book form. The ninety-six beautiful full-colour photographs of museum quality works accompany a well researched and informative text. Together they represent a thrilling experience. Art of Clay provides an exciting guide which will surprise and delight both curious and seasoned collectors alike. It helps the reader identify significant developments in this dynamic and rapidly changing art form.

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Contents

Acknowledgements Helen Cordero
9
Maria Martinez Grace Medicine Flower
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and Margaret Tafoya
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Lee M. Cohen" is Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at Texas Tech University. He completed graduate training in clinical psychology at Oklahoma State University and was subsequently funded by NIH/NIDA, which led to a Postdoctoral Fellowship specializing in behavioral medicine at the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego. While there, he participated in collaborative research regarding adult and adolescent smoking cessation interventions and consulted to physicians in a primary care clinic setting to assist in management of patients medical problems with focus on prevention, education, and behavioral management of a number of health problems.

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