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#1 JBaymore

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 09:53 AM

Education in any field is important.... and education comes in many forms. One of them is the reading material we choose to pursue (or get assigned to read by pesky professors Posted Image).


What are the THREE most recent CERAMICS related books that you have purchased?

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 10:56 AM

A few days ago.


The Potter's Complete Book of Clay and Glazes by James Chappell

the 1977 copy. It was 18.50 ebay. Posted Image


Just got one on my Kindle last week :) but I cant remember the title.

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 12:01 PM

Rosette Gault's new book on Paperclay. (I have a piece included in it) Delivered yesterday!
Carlos Zauli, a ceramic sculptor from Faenza and a contemporary of Peter Voulkos.
American Art Pottery

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 01:13 PM

Rosette Gault's new book on Paperclay. (I have a piece included in it) Delivered yesterday!
Carlos Zauli, a ceramic sculptor from Faenza and a contemporary of Peter Voulkos.
American Art Pottery

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I have the 2nd ed. of Gault's "Paperclay". Is there something newer than that by her?

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 02:20 PM


Rosette Gault's new book on Paperclay. (I have a piece included in it) Delivered yesterday!
Carlos Zauli, a ceramic sculptor from Faenza and a contemporary of Peter Voulkos.
American Art Pottery

Marcia


I have the 2nd ed. of Gault's "Paperclay". Is there something newer than that by her?

Jim


Yes.
Paperclay; Art and practice. It is just being released.
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Posted 26 February 2013 - 02:20 PM

Education in any field is important.... and education comes in many forms. One of them is the reading material we choose to pursue (or get assigned to read by pesky professors Posted Image).


What are the THREE most recent CERAMICS related books that you have purchased?

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The Pot Book, Edmund De Waal, developing glazes, Greg Daly, and The Workshop Guide to Ceramics, Hooson and Quinn.

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 09:25 AM

Japanese Wood Fired Ceramics Masakazu Kasakabe and Marc Lancet There is alot here

and Bernard Leach:Life and Work, Emmanuel Cooper

Woodfired Stoneware and Porcelain, Jack Troy this was a re-buy. I lost my first copy.

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 03:42 PM


Education in any field is important.... and education comes in many forms. One of them is the reading material we choose to pursue (or get assigned to read by pesky professors Posted Image).


What are the THREE most recent CERAMICS related books that you have purchased?

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The Pot Book, Edmund De Waal, developing glazes, Greg Daly, and The Workshop Guide to Ceramics, Hooson and Quinn.


I just got a chance to go through The Workshop Guide to Ceramics, Hooson and Quinn.If you haven't looked at it, it would be worth your while to do so. There is a depth there that I haven't seen of late when looking at a "general" book.

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 09:28 AM

Pres;
I bought "The Complete Guide to High Fire Glazes ", by John Britt. Published by Lark Ceramics.
I also bought a show catalogue; Robert Archambeau: Artist, Teacher, Collector. Published by the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Some great wood fired pots in there.He was my prof. Now Professor Emeritus.
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Posted 08 March 2013 - 08:17 PM

Education in any field is important.... and education comes in many forms. One of them is the reading material we choose to pursue (or get assigned to read by pesky professors Posted Image).


What are the THREE most recent CERAMICS related books that you have purchased?

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Postmodern Ceramics by Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio
Ceramics millennium by Garth Clark
Color and Fire, defining moments in studio ceramics 1950-2000 Jo Lauria




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