It’s a potters world.

 

artist-Kelly-Garrett-Rathbone

Kelly Garrett Rathbone

 

 

 

South African Louise Gelderblom Cape Town

Louise Gelderblom Cape Town

 

 

 

Ceramic sculptor Tiffany Schmierer

Tiffany Schmierer

 

 

 

Alexander Calder photo by Ugo Mulas

Alexander Calder

 

 

 

Anthony-Caro scullptor

Anthony Caro

 

 

 

Henri Matisse,-chez-Tériade,-Saint Jean Cap Ferrat -1951-(c)-Henri Cartier Bresson

Henri Matisse observing a Picasso vase

Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France -1951

Photo – Henri Cartier Bresson

 

 

 

KCAI Ceramics Department inside Jun Kaneko's new kiln

KCAI Ceramics Department inside Jun Kaneko’s new kiln

 

 

 

Patti-Warashina ceramic sculpure

Patti Warashina

 

 

 

Piero Fornasetti-in-a-photo-from-the-late-1970s

Italian ceramicist Piero Fornasetti

Late 70’s

 

 

 

Rudy Autio with selfie sculpture

Rudy Autio

 

Theodore Papagianni greek sculptor

Theodore Papagianni with his monumental abstract figures, Greece

 

 

 

Sculptures---Ginger Gilmour

Ginger Gilmour, UK

 

 

 

ugo-mulas-luglio-60's fashion meets Henry Moore

60’s fashion meets Henry Moore

photo Ugo Mulas

 

 

 

Marisol-Escobar sculptor

Marisol Escobar, France

 

 

 

Alvin Tan Teck Heng throwing clay

Alvin Tan Teck Heng

 

 

Art Residency in a Ceramic Center in Shigaraki By Ms. Madhvi Subrahmanian

Madhvi Subrahmanian

 

 

Buckminster-Fuller-working-in-his-studio-at-Black-Mountain-College

Buckminster Fuller – Black Mountain College, NC

 

 

 

Ceramic artist Lauren Mabry in studio

Lauren Marbry, USA

 

 

 

Charles Eames-photo Arnold Newman 1975

Ray Eames, USA

photo Arnold Newman  1975

 

 

 

Christina-Bothwell-at-work-in-her-studio

Christina Bothwell, USA

 

 

 

Dan Fogelberg sculpting

Dan Fogelberg

 

 

Niki de Saint Phalle French sculptor

Niki de Saint Phalle, France

 

 

 

SHEPPARD-Joseph

Joseph Sheppard, USA

 

 

 

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 Rabarama Paola Epifani, Italy

photo – Franco Storti

 

 

 

Tim-Christensen sgraffito pottery

Tim Christensen sgraffito ceramics

 

 

 

Toshiko Takaezu potter

Toshiko Takaezu

 

 

 

legendary-sculptress-Augusta-Savage

Augusta Savage, USA

 

 

 Lynn Chadwick with maquette for 'Teddy Boy and Girl',-1956. ©-David Farrell

 Lynn Chadwick with maquette for ‘Teddy Boy and Girl’, 1956.

Photo – David Farrell

 

 

 

Selma Burke sculptor - (1900-1995)

Selma Burke, USA (1900-1995)

 

 

 

 

Gemma Taccogna with her sculptures

Gemma Taccogna

 

 

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec painting can can girls

Henri de Toulouse Lautrec

 

 

Maria-gamundi-selene-scultura-pietrasanta-foto-cespa

Maria Gamundi – ‘Selene’ scultura

 

 

 

MARINSKY-Harry working in his studio

Harry Marinski

 

 

 

 

Michael Cardew and Maria Martinez on cover of Ceramics Monthly-1979

Michael Cardew and Maria Martinez

 

 

 

penelope-and-ulysses-Renzo-Maggi

Renzo Maggi

 

 

Pottery painters participating in the Pageant of Women's Trades and Professions,-April-1909-at-the-Albert-Hall

Pottery painters participating in the Pageant of Women’s Trades and Professions

1909 at the Albert Hall, UK

 

 

Questions for Wall Climbing Sculptural Muralist-Marela Zacarias

‘Questions for Wall Climbing’ –  Sculptural Muralist – Marela Zacarias

 

 

 

Rhode Island artist and sculptor Lee Bontecou

Lee Bontecou

 

 

 

Peter Voulkos throwing clay on a pottery wheel

Peter Voulkos

 

 

 

Alan-Foxley-at-Studiopottery-co-uk---2014

Alan Foxley

 

 

 

Jean Arp studying form

French German abstract sculptor Jean Arp, 1953

Photo Ernst Scheidegger

 

 

 

artigiani-pietrasanta-scultura-enzo-cei

Photo Enzo Cei

An “artigiano” – one of the marble artisans – working in one of Pietrasanta’s many sculpture studios. The photo is from Enzo Cei’s photography book, “Made in Pietrasanta.” Pietrasanta, located on the northwest coast of Tuscany, is known as Italy’s “Little Athens” for its marble sculpture studios and bronze foundries.

 

 

 

painting pottery--- artist Fetish Ghost

Fetish Ghost

 

 

 

Beverly Saito Ceramics

Beverly Saito

 

 

 

Carol-Long working in her studio

Carol Long

 

 

 

burlesque performer blaze-starr and joseph-sheppard

Burlesque performer Blaze Starr and Joseph Sheppard

Life Magazine

 

 

 

Foto_personal_Lidya_Buzio

Lidya Buzio

 

 

 

JEFF-OESTREICH-MODERN-MINNESOTA-STUDIO-POTTERY

Jeff Oestreich, Minnesota

 

 

 

Maria Gamundi finishing Selene-Pietrasanta-sculpture-2013

Maria Gamundi finishing Selene – Pietrasanta sculpture

2013

 

 

 

Michael Sherrill and Josh Copus hugging Josh's big pot at Th -Center for Craft Creativity & Design,-Asheville,-NC

Michael Sherrill and Josh Copus hugging Josh’s big pot

The Center for Craft Creativity & Design, Asheville, NC

 

 

 

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Selma Burke ( 1900-1995)

Selma Hortense Burke is an African-American sculptor who achieved a high level of national recognition during her lifetime. She received national recognition for her relief portrait of Franklin Delano Roosevelt which was the model for his image on the dime. She was committed to teaching art to others, so she established the Selma Burke Art School in New York City and opened the Selma Burke Art Center in Pittsburgh.

Photo – Peter A. Juley & Son

 

 

 

Japanese potter, Kondõ Yutaka (1932-1983) crafting a pot

Japanese potter, Kondõ Yutaka (1932-1983)

 

 

 

Jean-Arp French German sculptor

Jean Arp

Life Magazine

 

 

 

Karin Bjorquist pottery throwing at Gustavsberg

Karin Björquist (born 1927) began working at Gustavsberg, Sweden in 1950

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. Carles
    Posted February 4, 2013 at 3:27 pm | Permalink

    and LLORENS ARTIGAS ??????!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Vivian Pastor
    Posted September 10, 2013 at 7:30 am | Permalink

    I’m 58 and just started taking my first art history class through the eyes of a sculpture I came upon your article on Artist statement( Clay Times 2006). Thanks

  3. Posted September 29, 2013 at 7:14 am | Permalink

    Great post, inspiring. Amazing how much can be gleaned from a photo of an artist at work.

  4. Greta
    Posted September 20, 2014 at 8:28 am | Permalink

    We are what we eat! We resemble what we make! Nothing more …and nothing less.

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