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Ceramics Now By Contemporary Ceramics Centre - New Ashgate Gallery - Bevere Gallery - Bluecoat Display Centre
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In an exciting collaboration taking place in summer 2013, the Craft Potters Association and four galleries celebrate the rich diversity of contemporary ceramics. The galleries hold simultaneous... More > exhibitions, each showing a different group of makers selected by the gallery as an illustration of Ceramics Now. The inspiration for this collaboration comes from a shared concern to promote the important relationship between makers, audience and galleries and the need to develop an understanding that the gallery has a key role in educating a wide audience about this diverse art form as well as promoting and selling the work of the makers they represent. The galleries involved are the New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham - 11 May - 22 June; Bevere Gallery, Worcester - 1 June to 29 June; the Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool - 1 June to 20 July and the Contemporary Ceramics Centre, London - 6 June to 29 June 2013.< Less
Contemporary Japanese Ceramics By Gregory Howell et al.
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JAPAN STYLE | Contemporary Japanese Ceramics. Featuring the works of Kato Takahiko, Hashimoto Machiko, and Tanoue Shinya. This exhibition features works by three contemporary Japanese ceramic... More > artists who have drawn inspiration from not only the diverse ceramic traditions of their country, but have managed to unfold the unique story behind their own passions and values in life. It is this birth of contemporary creativity that enables the artist to draw inspiration from beauty and create powerful works of form and function. Among the 18 objects in this presentation, you will find works associated with Japan's most ancient kilns which have been producing functional stoneware vessels for daily use for nearly a millennium and for the celebrated tea ceremony for 400 years. You will discover tea cups and bowls, flower vases, serving plates, and even an owl, which combine ancient materials and techniques with new forms and styles.< Less
Japan Style: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics By Gregory Howell, Robert Yellin
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JAPAN STYLE | Contemporary Japanese Ceramics. Featuring the works of Kato Takahiko, Hashimoto Machiko, and Tanoue Shinya. This exhibition features works by three contemporary Japanese ceramic... More > artists who have drawn inspiration from not only the diverse ceramic traditions of their country, but have managed to unfold the unique story behind their own passions and values in life. It is this birth of contemporary creativity that enables the artist to draw inspiration from beauty and create powerful works of form and function. Among the 18 objects in this presentation, you will find works associated with Japan's most ancient kilns which have been producing functional stoneware vessels for daily use for nearly a millennium and for the celebrated tea ceremony for 400 years. You will discover tea cups and bowls, flower vases, serving plates, and even an owl, which combine ancient materials and techniques with new forms and styles.< Less
Ceramic Collection Vol 2 By Karen Griffiths
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This is the ebook version of the second volume of my ceramic collection catalogue. It comprises ID nos 50-99 and covers the period 2007 to 2012. All pieces were by contemporary makers. Potters marks... More > illustrated with photos.< Less
Ceramic Collection Vol 2 By Karen Griffiths
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The second volume of my studio pottery catalogue. It contains work collected between 2007 and early 2012 mainly from contemporary makers based in the UK. Potters marks are illustrated with... More > photographs.< Less
Ceramic Collection Vol 3 By Karen Griffiths
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The third ebook volume of my studio pottery collection catalogue contains ID nos 100-149. It features both contemporary and twentieth century examples mostly from the UK. Potters marks illustrated... More > with photographs.< Less
Ceramic Collection Vol 3 By Karen Griffiths
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This third volume of my studio pottery collection catalogue features ID nos 100-149, all collected during 2012 and comprising both contemporary and historic examples. Potters' marks are illustrated... More > with photographs.< Less
Ceramic Collection Vol 4 By Karen Griffiths
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This is the fourth volume of my studio pottery collection catalogue. All the items were collected during 2012 and date from the early years of the twentieth century right through to some of the best... More > contemporary work in the UK. Makers marks all illustrated with photographs< Less
Ceramic Collection Vol I By Karen Griffiths
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Vol 1 of my studio pottery collection featuring surviving pots from the 1970s right through until 2007 and including ID nos 1-49. Mainly collected from the UK and all from contemporary makers.... More > Potters marks illustrated with photographs.< Less
Ceramic Collection Vol I By Karen Griffiths
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This ebook version of the first volume of my studio pottery catalogue comprises ID nos 1-49 and was collected from the 1970s through to 2007 from contemporary makers mostly in the UK. Potters marks... More > are illustrated with photographs.< Less