500 Bowls: Contemporary Explorations of a Timeless Design

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Suzanne J. E. Tourtillott
Lark Books, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 416 pages
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Five hundred inspiring variations on the simple, functional bowl will fire any potter's imagination. Displayed on each page are bowls that reinvent and reinterpret the form, and use techniques from across the globe and through the centuries. More importantly, every piece, such as Kate Maury's wheel-thrown porcelain, Stephen F. Fabrico's slab-built bowl with handles, and Ruchika Madan's stoneware Fruit Bowl, testifies to the artist's boundless inventiveness. Captions give each bowl's size, with details on its material and glazes.
 

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Another poorly written, LONG book just trying to get your money. Advice: keep it in your pocket.

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Horrible! Just google search the topic and you will find more, free relevant advice.

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