Dining by Design at Winterthur
The fifth installment of our web-only column on ceramics and glass.
The fourth installment of our web-only column on ceramics and glass.
A new installment of our web-only column on ceramics and glass.
The only thing more remarkable than John Bullard’s studio pottery collection is how quickly he became a connoisseur of the field.
A new installment of our web-only column about the worlds of ceramics and glass
Introducing a new monthly column for aficionados of ceramics and glass.
You can only imagine what the china connoisseur in Edward Lamson Henry’s 1889 A Lover of Old China might think upon encountering a plate made by one of the three contemporary artists shown here. A Lover of Old China by Edward Lamson Henry (1841-1919), 1889. Oil on academy board, 14 by 12 inches. Shelburne Museum, Vermont. We, on the other …
For sheer variety of form, color, period, and place of origin it is difficult to match the offerings at the annual New York Ceramics Fair, where thirty-three tightly packed booths represent virtually everything in the world of fired clay-from purely utilitarian objects to those meant solely for aesthetic contemplation. Most of the dealers are from the United States, though there …
One upcoming highlight of the New York Ceramics Fair is a lecture and demonstration by ceramic artist Michelle Erickson, who was featured in our September 2009 issue. On Saturday at noon Erickson will show visitors how an early 18th-century Moravian squirrel bottle was made—a subject which she explored for the 2009 issue of Ceramics in America, and which coincides with …