500 Ceramic Sculptures

The successful 500 Series shines a spotlight on today's most breathtaking ceramic sculptures. Selected from more than 8,000 entries by the distinguished art critic, historian and professor Glen R. Brown - an elected member of the International Academy of Ceramics in Geneva - these exquisite works will inspire both beginners and professional ceramists, as well as collectors and enthusiasts. They include Esther Shimazu's hand-built, Asian-influenced nudes; Von Venhuizen's mixed-media, wheel-thrown stoneware and Katy's Rush's slip-cast and press-moulded porcelain. Every work is amazing!
Author:
Suzanne J. E. Tourtillott
Format:
Paperback

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The successful 500 Series shines a spotlight on today's most breathtaking ceramic sculptures. Selected from more than 8,000 entries by the distinguished art critic, historian and professor Glen R. Brown - an elected member of the International Academy of Ceramics in Geneva - these exquisite works will inspire both beginners and professional ceramists, as well as collectors and enthusiasts. They include Esther Shimazu's hand-built, Asian-influenced nudes; Von Venhuizen's mixed-media, wheel-thrown stoneware and Katy's Rush's slip-cast and press-moulded porcelain. Every work is amazing!

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Author:
Suzanne J. E. Tourtillott
Subtitle:
Contemporary Practice, Singular Works
ISBN:
9781600592478
Series Title:
500 (Lark Paperback)
Audience:
General
Pages:
420
Width (mm):
200
Length (mm):
200
Additional Info:
Glen R. Brown is a full professor of modern and contemporary art history at Kansas State University. He holds an MA and PhD in Art History, an MA in Art Criticism and a BA in Art. He has authored nearly 300 articles and reviews for magazines such as Ceramics: Art and Perception, Sculpture, Ceramics Monthly, Ceramics Technical, Ceramic Review and World Sculpture News.
Weight (g):
1134

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