Organized by the Dixon Gallery and Gardens Memphis potters Brin Armstrong Baucum and Dale Baucum met at the Memphis Academy of Arts (now the Memphis College of Art) over 40 years ago. Though they started out pursuing separate artistic avenues, the Baucums quickly united over a shared love of creating works of art in clay. Double Vision celebrates the constantly-evolving work created by both Brin and Dale Baucum over the past four decades in Memphis, including both utilitarian and aesthetic…

Organized by the Dixon Gallery and Gardens Memphis potters Brin Armstrong Baucum and Dale Baucum met at the Memphis Academy of Arts (now the Memphis College of Art) over 40 years ago. Though they started out pursuing separate artistic avenues, the Baucums quickly united over a shared love of creating works of art in clay. Double Vision celebrates the constantly-evolving work created by both Brin and Dale Baucum over the past four decades in Memphis, including both utilitarian and aesthetic…

ruth duckworth..."I have used art to heal myself when I was young, and I have thought, "Now if I can do this for other people this would be wonderful."

ruth duckworth..."I have used art to heal myself when I was young, and I have thought, "Now if I can do this for other people this would be wonderful."

National Living Treasure of Japan, Shoji HAMADA (1894~1978), pottery artist, at work.

National Living Treasure of Japan, Shoji HAMADA (1894~1978), pottery artist, at work.

An Interview with Toshiko Takaezu by D.B.Long. Created for the Watershed Special Exhibition at SOFA Chicago, I interview American ceramic artist Toshiko Takaezu in her home and studio. Takaezu has been called one of the most important ceramicists in America.

An Interview with Toshiko Takaezu by D.B.Long. Created for the Watershed Special Exhibition at SOFA Chicago, I interview American ceramic artist Toshiko Takaezu in her home and studio. Takaezu has been called one of the most important ceramicists in America.

Gertrud Vasegaard (1913-2007) was a third-generation Danish potter. She lived and breathed ceramics until her death at 94.

Gertrud Vasegaard (1913-2007) was a third-generation Danish potter. She lived and breathed ceramics until her death at 94.

Paul Soldner Thesis Exhibition at Los Angeles County Art Institute (1956)  Paul Soldner    "Paul Soldner's master's thesis in art was an investigation of extended throwing. He was successful in pioneering a more effective method of adding height to a wheel-thrown object by the continual addition of thrown clay 'doughnuts' to the rim of the piece. Whereas the more common technique was the attachment of thrown forms, Soldner's procedure allowed the ceramist both greater control and overall…

Paul Soldner Thesis Exhibition at Los Angeles County Art Institute (1956) Paul Soldner "Paul Soldner's master's thesis in art was an investigation of extended throwing. He was successful in pioneering a more effective method of adding height to a wheel-thrown object by the continual addition of thrown clay 'doughnuts' to the rim of the piece. Whereas the more common technique was the attachment of thrown forms, Soldner's procedure allowed the ceramist both greater control and overall…

Claude Conover  via CLAM LAB BLOG

Claude Conover via CLAM LAB BLOG

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