Coiled pottery: traditional and contemporary ways

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Chilton, 1984 - Art - 112 pages
Rediscover a ceramic style as old as the Stone Age. An intriguing look at technique in which clay is added in layers plus a detailed exploration of contemporary and ethnic potters who build this way. Historical examples in full color.

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About the author (1984)

Betty Blandino has been a full-time studio potter since 1973, after a career in education as a teacher, art advisor to schools, and director of several art galleries. She has had many solo and group exhibitions, and her work is in permanent collections all around the world.

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