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Quest For Contentment: Pottery: Contemporary, Japanese, Interesting Forms, and Other Vessels Of Inspiration

Quest For Contentment: Pottery: Contemporary, Japanese, Interesting Forms, and Other Vessels Of Inspiration

I used similar techniques whilst I was in college, for colouring. I love the simplicity. John Ward; Glazed Ceramic Vessel, c1986.

I used similar techniques whilst I was in college, for colouring. I love the simplicity. John Ward; Glazed Ceramic Vessel, c1986.

Lucinda Mudge This bowl was decorated by hand using a pin to carve into the clay while it was still wet. I then rubbed a blue slip into the recessed areas to form the pattern. Glazed all over with a food-safe transparent finish and made of stoneware.

Lucinda Mudge This bowl was decorated by hand using a pin to carve into the clay while it was still wet. I then rubbed a blue slip into the recessed areas to form the pattern. Glazed all over with a food-safe transparent finish and made of stoneware.

Shaun Hall. My current work all stems from drawings I made whilst studying at Middlesex University. This process began with the earliest form- the “Nuclear Jug”. The initial preparatory sketches were inspired by still life studies, and the drawings all exaggerated the basic elements of the Jug form. I have been most influenced by artists, sculptors and painters- for example, Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Richard Serra and Cubist painting. See his Flickr site.

Shaun Hall. My current work all stems from drawings I made whilst studying at Middlesex University. This process began with the earliest form- the “Nuclear Jug”. The initial preparatory sketches were inspired by still life studies, and the drawings all exaggerated the basic elements of the Jug form. I have been most influenced by artists, sculptors and painters- for example, Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Richard Serra and Cubist painting. See his Flickr site.

I love the mix of materials and treatment (solid and wire sculpture), and the form. Valerio Calonego

I love the mix of materials and treatment (solid and wire sculpture), and the form. Valerio Calonego

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