500 Ceramic Sculptures

Selected from more than 8,000 entries, this title features exquisite works that inspire both beginners and professional ceramists, as well as collectors and enthusiasts. It includes such works as Esther Shimazu's hand-built, Asian-influenced nudes; Von Venhuizen's mixed-media, and wheel-thrown stoneware.
Author:
Suzanne J. E. Tourtillott

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Selected from more than 8,000 entries, this title features exquisite works that inspire both beginners and professional ceramists, as well as collectors and enthusiasts. It includes such works as Esther Shimazu's hand-built, Asian-influenced nudes; Von Venhuizen's mixed-media, and wheel-thrown stoneware.

Long description

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!

Product details

Author:
Suzanne J. E. Tourtillott
Subtitle:
Contemporary Practice, Singular Works
Format:
Paperback
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.

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