Contemporary Artists and Approaches
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|Format:||Electronic Book Text|
|Other Information: ||approx. 190|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 January 2009|
Covers all aspects of this ancient firing method, including decorating with smoke patterns. * Clear and colourful images demonstrate the process, showing sequences of artists in action * Covers smoke fi ring using bonfi res, various containers, earth pits, saggars and even kilns * Fabulous illustrations also feature the work of the 30 artists from 17 different countries - a truly international focus on smoke
About the Author
Jane Perryman has an international reputation as a ceramicist working within the area of handbuilding and smoke firing. She exhibits worldwide and is the author of Smoke-fired Pottery, 1995 and Traditional Pottery of India, 2000 (both published by A&C Black). She contributes regularly to Ceramic Review and other international ceramics publications.
Smoke firing is a very cheap and popular firing technique Covers the whole process showing step-by-step sequences of the process Full of illustrations showing contemporary work using smoke firing methods Work of 30 artists from 17 different countries make it a complete survey
|Publisher: ||A & C Black Publishers Ltd|