500 Metal Vessels: Contemporary Explorations of Containment

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - Art - 408 pages
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Juried by Fred Fenster, a distinguished presence in the field, 500 Metal Vessels features page after page of superbly crafted bowls, teapots, vases, chalices, urns, and other exquisite handmade hollowware. Made from diverse metals and techniques (forging, raising, casting, forming, soldering, and welding), these eye-catching pieces also display gorgeous applied surface embellishments, from enamel to repouss . Explore Sarah Perkin’s luminous enamel bowls; the monumental vessels, made by Kim Cridler out of unassuming steel rods; and the work of Tom Ferrero, whose fascination with architecture and Gothic forms inspired his meticulous surface designs.
 

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Lark Books has been publishing its "500" series of picture albums of contemporary crafts for several years; these volumes follow the standard format closely. The production process goes like this ... Read full review

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