March 19- March 22, 2008
Asian Arts & Culture Center
April 8 - May 20, 2006
Vietnam, 15th Century
Glorious Pots — 80 old Asian trade ceramics — tells tales of trade, traders, history, technology, adventure and the search for profits. These pots, sought after because of their utility, treasured for their beauty, fired from as early as the 12th century in kilns in China, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Burma and Laos, were sold throughout Southeast Asia.
Saturday, April 8th opening 2 pm with a talk by Louise Cort on Southeast Asian Ceramics
See the Washington Oriental Ceramic Group website for images
Towson University Asian Art Center
UBS Art Gallery
New York City
March 9 - May 19, 2006
Magdalene Odundo (1995)
This exhibit of 164 works which was organized by the Newark Museum from its collection separates 20th century ceramics into the categories of "beautiful," "useful," or "wise."
UBS Art Gallery
Rob Barnard at ArtistPotters
Korean Pottery Website
Punch'ong Flask (Chosen, 16th century, H 22 cm)
The Ho Am Art Museum has almost 200 images of earthenware, Chosun white porcelain, Koryo celadon, and Punch'ong pottery.
copyright Justin Kerr #4865
Justin Kerr has extensively photographed Mayan vases, turning 3-D vessels into "rolled-out" images. He has been adding to his Precolumbian photo portfolio which currently has 342 clay entries with diverse figurative and vessel forms. There is also an extensive, searchable Mayan Vase database of images.
Construction photos and "home-made" refractory castable details.
A potter from Shigaraki, Japan who demonstrates the value of searching for the aesthetic potential that resides within a ceramic traditon, yet is personally-defined.