Ceramics – Contemporary Artists Working in Clay
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This beautiful modern volume presents the work of approximately 30 contemporary artists who have turned to clay to shape their most innovative ideas into stunning works of art. From cups shaped like crystals to a tree trunk made of porcelain and stoneware planters painted to look like ladies, popular curator and blogger Kate Singleton collects here whimsical pieces with narrative, graphic, curious and organic qualities that blur the line between fine art, design and craft. Featuring a unique package with a die-cut, foil-stamped cover, this book is a vital guide to an evolving medium and a thoughtful present for those interested in the future of art and craft.
Kate Singleton jumped into the online art world back in 2009 with her blog Art Hound, chronicling her search for good, affordable art. That passion for exploring and living with art became the foundation for Buy Some Damn Art, an online gallery featuring original artwork she launched in 2011. Today Kate runs Buy Some Damn Art, blogs about art and works on other projects involving artists and makers. She lives in New York City.
Danielle Krysa is the artist and blogger behind The Jealous Curator. She is the author of Creative Block, Collage and Your Inner Critic is a Big Jerk, also from Chronicle Books. Danielle lives in British Columbia, Canada.
Arita / Table of Contents
Celebrating the 400th anniversary of traditional Japanese ceramic culture as interpreted by today’s leading designers The art of Japanese porcelain manufacturing began in Arita in 1616. Now, on its 400th anniversary, Arita / Table of Contents charts the unique collaboration between 16 contemporary designers and 10 traditional Japanese potteries as they work to produce 16 […]679 SEK