Masters: Earthenware : Major Works by Leading Artists

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2010 - Art - 318 pages

The newest entry in the popular Masters series presents 38 of the world’s most notable potters and sculptors--and dozens of vibrant, functional, sculptural, and figurative pieces of earthenware to explore.

Masters: Earthenware reveals the tremendous imagination, innovation, and technical facility that today’s artists bring to the oldest ceramic medium. Curated by Matthias Ostermann, a celebrated ceramist in his own right, this stunning volume gives each featured artist a mini-retrospective of approximately eight pages that showcase 12-14 of his or her best works. Illuminating comments from the creators accompany the images, outlining their development and artistic philosophy.

Includes:

Marino Moretti - Alexandra - Copeland - Terry Siebert - Connie Kiener - Linda Arbuckle - Diego Romero - Christine Thacker - Stephen Bowers - Richard Slee - Richard Milette - Lisa Naples - Woody Hughes - Wynne Wilbur - Gail Kendall - Herman Muys - Paul Day - Patti Warashina - Greg Payce - Cindy Kolodziejski - and more!

 

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Contents

THE MASTERS
10
Paul Day
18
Anne Floche
26
Greg Payee
34
Gudrun Klix
42
Stephen Bowers
50
Cindy Kolodziejski
58
Nancy Selvin
66
Holly Walker
170
Herman Muys
178
Wendy Walgate
186
Phyllis Kloda
194
Alexandra Copeland
202
Foulem
210
Linda Arbuckle
218
Woody Hughes
226

Connie Kiener
74
Russell Biles
82
Bennett Bean
90
Duncan Ross
98
Patrick Dougherty
106
Christine Thacker
114
Joan TakayamaOgawa
122
Richard Milette
130
Marino Moretti
138
Linda Huey
146
Karen Koblitz
154
Diego Romero
162
Chuck Aydlett
234
Patti Warashina
242
Sophie MacCarthy
250
Terry Siebert
258
Gail Kendall
266
Lisa Naples
274
Stephen Dixon
282
John de Fazio
290
Wynne Wilbur
298
Richard Slee
306
About the Curator
314
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About the author (2010)

Curator MATTHIAS OSTERMANN was a ceramist from 1974 until his death in 2009. He specialized in low-fire tin-glaze techniques for functional domestic wares, sculptures, and architectural wall tiles. He lectured, taught, and exhibited worldwide. He was an elected member of the International Academy of Ceramics in Geneva, Switzerland.

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