Carol McNicoll (b.1943) works within the vessel tradition and alongside other women ceramicists, such as Alison Britton and Elizabeth Fritsch, she helped to transform the British ceramics scene in the late 1970s.
The first book devoted to McNicoll's art, this title brings together biographical and developmental elements to create an in-depth analysis of Carol McNicoll's work. Featuring an interview between the artist and lifelong friend RoseLee Goldberg, this book also provides insights into the period in which the artist emerged, placing McNicoll's work in the context of the worlds of art, fashion and music.
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11.75 in Collection 1972 Slip cast 9 in Collection Alison Britton Andrew Logan Artist Photograph Birmingham Bowl 1988 One-off Brian Eno cabbage leaf Carol McNicoll cast and assembled cast earthenware Clear cast earthenware Mould ceramicist ceramics characterised City Gallery clay College of Art colour H Crafts Council create Cup and Saucer David Cripps opposite decorated Diam dipped in slip earthenware Clear glaze earthenware Mould cast figure modelled film fired cloth dipped Fruit Bowl 1985 glaze and onglaze glaze and transfers glaze with underglaze Interiors Joanna Walton Leeds Polytechnic London McNicoll's Mick Dunn objects onglaze enamel pattern Piers Gough Plate potter reduced porcelain Richard Deacon Robyn Beeche RoseLee Goldberg Roxy Music Royal College Royal Staffordshire sculpture sgraffito shire horse Show5 slip and assembled Slip cast earthenware slips and underglaze Solihull Stoke-on-Trent stoneware glaze studio pottery Tanya Harrod teacups Teaset transfers H underglaze colour Wolf Photograph Zandra Rhodes