500 CUPS: CERAMIC EXPLORATIONS OF UTILITY AND GRACE

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Publication Date: 
February 1, 2005
Format: 
Paperback, Out of Print
Publisher: 
Trim Size: 
8.1in. x 8in. x 1in.
ISBN: 
9781579905934
Availability: 
Out of Print
About This Item: 
In the hands of an expert ceramist, the once-simple cup can become an extraordinary work of art--as these 500 magnificent examples so beautifully prove. The exciting pieces come from an international array of artists, each with a unique perspective. The stylishly varied collection has a little bit of everything: the cups range from handbuilt to wheel-thrown, practical to sculptural, round to square. Benjamin Schulman's "Stacked Teacup Set" takes a strictly functional approach, while Heather O'Brien's "Dessert Cups on Stand" focuses on aesthetic form rather than usefulness. Annette Gates' "Espresso Shot Cups with Rubies" has a surface design of simple abstract lines and dots of glaze and jewels. Some are whimsical, others starkly conceptual. Every one is a treat for the eye.
Publisher: 
Lark Books (NC)
$24.95
Binding: 
Paperback_OOP

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