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Nesting bowls, to 12½ in. (32 cm) in diameter, handbuilt earthenware, fired to cone 02 in an electric kiln, 2008.

Down to Earth: Joseph Pintz’s Hand-Hewn Ceramic Sculpture

Posted On July 11, 2011 3 Comments

Today, in an excerpt from our latest free download Contemporary Clay Sculpture: Modern Ceramic Sculpture as Narrative, Object, and Decor, we learn a little about Joseph and his work. Plus, he talks about the process behind his rough-hewn, handbuilt pottery, and more.

Blue and White Jar, 23 in. (58 cm) in height, porcelain with inlaid cobalt pigments.

From West to East and Back Again: The Ceramics of Steven Young Lee

Posted On October 15, 2010 0 Comments

Trade of goods between the East and the West dates back to the early days of the Silk Routes, but it wasn’t until the period of early modern colonization that Eastern motifs, styles, and subject matter became vogue in the art of the West. At the same time, Europeanizing trends appeared in the art of the East: a cross-cultural hybridization had