[Ceramics Workshop]

[Ceramics Workshop]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of a ceramics workshop in China. A row of pitchers are visible on a table in the foreground. A woman sits behind the table painting one of the pitchers. Other tables and workers are visible behind her.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
[Ceramics Factory]

[Ceramics Factory]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of a Chinese ceramics factory. In the foreground, vases and dishes are laid out on wooden racks. Terracotta vessels are piled up in woven baskets in the center. Two people stand in front of a kiln in back. More racks are visible in the background.
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Ceramics Without Clay: An Exploration into Potential

Ceramics Without Clay: An Exploration into Potential

Date: May 2001
Creator: Hart, Christopher David
Description: Investigating the behavior, function and appearance of ceramic materials has proven an enduring point of interest throughout my education. In learning about the vast range of the earth-yielded materials and their physical manifestations in states ranging from wet to dry to fired, I have found myself excited and challenged to seek out ways to expand their presentation. My attention has been repeatedly drawn to the class of ceramic materials that frequently get classified as “glaze ingredients.” Understanding the structural and visual qualities of these minerals and compounds was an interest whether I was making tableware, tiles, or sculpture. For the purposes of this paper, I propose to deal expressly with the physical art-making considerations of material and process as they relate to my work in ceramics. By directing my focus as such, I hope to center my work on a concern that became evident to the art world upon the display of Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain: material equals content.
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Susie Cooper Earthenware Ceramics, Two Creamers

Susie Cooper Earthenware Ceramics, Two Creamers

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Date: unknown
Creator: Cooper, Susie
Description: The two creamers are visible from the side with bold reds, blues and yellow block patches of color.
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Ceramic Horn Sculpture

Ceramic Horn Sculpture

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: The ceramic sculpture in the shape of a horn is decorated with blue on white flowery designs.
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Plate decorated with a flame pattern

Plate decorated with a flame pattern

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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Susie Cooper Earthenware Ceramics, Bowl, Pitcher, Plate and Cup

Susie Cooper Earthenware Ceramics, Bowl, Pitcher, Plate and Cup

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Date: unknown
Creator: Cooper, Susie
Description: The view is of a bowl, pitcher, plate and large cup. The design consists of red, yellow, blue and black in sharply delineated lines encircling the pieces.
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Ceramics as a Creative Medium for Sixth and Seventh Grade Pupils

Ceramics as a Creative Medium for Sixth and Seventh Grade Pupils

Date: August 1952
Creator: Pickens, Alex L.
Description: In view of the fact that clay has not been used so extensively or wisely in elementary art education as the generally recognized importance of the material seems to justify, the purpose of this study is to explore the possibilities of clay as a creative medium and to determine which of the many ceramic techniques are most suitable for use by pupils in the upper elementary grade.
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[Bowl]

[Bowl]

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Date: unknown
Creator: Cooper, Susie
Description: The bowl is decorated with three animals and three trees in blue, red, green and yellow. On the rim is the name Peter and a thin blue line and red dots encircle the rim.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
[Vase with Raised Floral Forms]

[Vase with Raised Floral Forms]

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Date: 1903
Creator: Van Briggle, Artus
Description: The light blue matte-glazed vase is decorated with raised floral form.
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