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Abstract Sculpture. Eva Hild Swedish Stoneware, 2002 http://www.2hild.com/eva/eva_eng_ceramics12.htm. Presentation: A. A. Schorsch. Eva Hild Stoneware, 2001 Gotlands Konstmuseum http://www.2hild.com/eva/eva_eng_ceramics07.htm. Eva Hild Stoneware

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abstract sculpture
Abstract Sculpture

Eva Hild

Swedish Stoneware, 2002

http://www.2hild.com/eva/eva_eng_ceramics12.htm

Presentation: A. A. Schorsch

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Eva HildStoneware, 2001Gotlands Konstmuseum

http://www.2hild.com/eva/eva_eng_ceramics07.htm

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Eva HildStoneware

http://www.2hild.com/eva/eva_eng_ceramics28.htm

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Eva HildStructure, 200496 x 63 x 58 cm

http://www.2hild.com/eva/eva_eng_ceramics21.htm

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Ceramic artist, lives and works in Sparsör, southwest of Sweden.

"Influence, pressure, strain. These words have been the foundation for my current projects that comprise communicating the theme in large, hand-built clay forms. Delicate continuously flowing entities in white thin built clay. They reflect varying degrees of external and internal pressures, and how, as a consequence, perception of inner and outer space is changed or challenged.

My inspiration is the ever-changing landscape of my own life and environment. I try to relate my work to my life. What is happening and how does it feel? Pressure. Flow. Strain. Ramification. Inside turns outside. As a starting point I put words onto my feelings, and use the vessel form to translate this into three dimension. The size of the form relates to my body. The thin walls are pulled and bent in different directions.

I feel a great freedom in hand-building. It grows slowly, I have time to reflect, I can change direction, make connections and have a smooth surface with the same thickness. I build big forms, the clay will dry slowly and not collapse. When the form is ready and the clay is dry, I sand away at the surface and then spray it with a slurry of kaolin. The pieces are finally fired in stoneware temperature, about 1250°."

http://www.2hild.com/eva_eng.htm

Eva HildWorking in the atelierhttp://www.2hild.com/eva/eva_eng_ceramics24.htm

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Henry Moore

Reclining Figure

1951

https://babyface.cabrillo.edu/salsa/listing.jsp?staffId=909

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Henry Moore (English, 1898-1968)

Reclining Figure

1963-65, plaster

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Henry Moore (English, 1898-1968)

Reclining Figure

1963-65, plaster

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Henry Moore

(English, 1898-1968)

Reclining Figure

1951, plaster and string

105.4 x 227.3 x 89.2 cm

Tate Gallery, London

http://www.tate.org.uk/collection/T/T02/T02270_9.jpg

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Henry Moore

Large Two Forms

Detail, 1970

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

http://photodelusions.wordpress.com/category/art/sculpture/henry-moore/

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Henry Moore

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://static.flickr.com/135/320843698_bdec0a0ffb_b.jpg&imgrefurl=http://photodelusions.wordpress.com/category/art/sculpture/henry-moore/&h=1024&w=768&sz=494&hl=en&start=16&um=1&tbnid=eKxcWeuPtB56ZM:&tbnh=150&tbnw=113&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dhenry%2Bmoore%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den%26rlz%3D1T4ADBS_enUS250US251

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Henry Moore

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

http://www.ysp.co.uk/view.aspx?id=25

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Henry Moore

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

http://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotos-g295419-Jeddah.html#17098655

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Henry Moore

Standing Figure

1950

https://babyface.cabrillo.edu/salsa/listing.jsp?staffId=909

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Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

http://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotos-g295419-Jeddah.html#17098726

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Dame Barbara Hepworth

(English, 1903-1975)

Oval No 2

1958, plaster

Tate Gallery, London

http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/p/plaster.html

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Sadi Calik

Rings 1

1952

Plaster

http://www.archmuseum.org/Gallery/DisplayPhoto.aspx?ID=1&DetailID=3&ExhibitionID=11

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Sadi Calik

Abstract Sculpture

1950

Plaster

http://www.archmuseum.org/Gallery/DisplayPhoto.aspx?ID=1&DetailID=3&ExhibitionID=11

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Sadi Calik

1952

Plaster

http://www.archmuseum.org/koleksiyon/imajlar/11/1950-soyutK.jpg

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Sadi Calik

Obelisk

1970

Plaster

http://www.archmuseum.org/koleksiyon/imajlar/11/1950-soyutK.jpg

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Sadi Calik

Form & Composition

1952, Studio

Plaster

http://www.archmuseum.org/Gallery/DisplayPhoto.aspx?ID=1&DetailID=3&ExhibitionID=11

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"Totemic Dreams"

Ceramic Sculpture

By: V. Shaw

Handbuilt and wheel-thrown stoneware sculpture with cobalt blue glaze. Part of the artist's "Totemic Dreams" series. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The base is made for inside and deck installation; for garden use the piece requires a .5" pipe.

Dimensions: 58"H x 12"W x 12"D

https://www.guild.com/artitem/2202.html?cm_mmc_o=1bELmtzywCjCVyBpAgfCjC7wEwyzkCjCVyBpAgf%20VzTw&siteID=yYrx_GZdR_E-R6B8MuPYoX_WtX7049T9fQ

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Dale Chihuly

BOATHOUSE AQUARIUM

(DETAIL), 2000

1350 GALLON, SALTWATER DIVIDED TANK

19' LONG, 55" HIGH, 30" WIDE

SEATTLE, WA

www.chihuly.com

http://www.chihuly.com/installations/genre/water/Art/CdAquarium_Img0001B.html

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Dale Chihuly

PALAZZO DUCALE CON PUTTI TOWER, 1996

11 x 10 1/2 x 7 1/2‘

REFLECTIONS OF CHIHULY: A NAPLES MUSEUM OF ART INAUGURAL EXHIBITION

ON DISPLAY NOVEMBER 2, 2000 - MARCH 15, 2001

NAPLES MUSEUM OF ART, PHILHARMONIC CENTER

NAPLES, FLORIDA

http://www.chihuly.com/installations/naples/Art/CdAA_Img0049B.html

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Dale Chihuly

CHIHULY: INSIDE AND OUT, 2000

33 x 22 (at top) x 8‘

JOSLYN ART MUSEUM, OMAHA, NEBRASKA

www.chihuly.com

http://www.chihuly.com/installations/joslyn/Art/p1_Img0041B.html

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Dale Chihuly

THAMES SKIFF, 2005 MAY 28, 2005 - JANUARY 15, 2006

ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS, KEW RICHMOND, SURREY, ENGLAND

www.chihuly.comhttp://www.chihuly.com/installations/kew/Art/CdKew4_IMG0042_XB.html

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Dale Chihuly

SCARLET, GOLD & CITRON TOWER 2005

139 x 86 x 80“

APRIL 23 – AUGUST 14, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS

FINE ARTS CENTER

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO

www.chihuly.com

http://www.chihuly.com/installations/cosprings/Art/COSprings_J_B.html

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Dale Chihuly

CHANDELIER AND DRAWING WALL, 2005

APRIL 23 – AUGUST 14, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS FINE ARTS CENTER COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO

http://www.chihuly.com/installations/cosprings/Art/Dscn4274_chand%2Bwall_XB.html

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Dale Chihuly

BRONZE AND AMBER CHANDELIER

2005

70 x 46 x 45“

APRIL 23 – AUGUST 14, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS

FINE ARTS CENTER

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO

www.chihuly.com

http://www.chihuly.com/installations/cosprings/Art/COSprings_W_B.html

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Stephan Cox

River Falls, WI

Hand-blown, Hand-carved glass

http://www.marionartsfestival.com/images/large/MAF07_Stephan_Cox.jpg

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"Lidded Urn"

Ceramic Urn

By: Karl Yost

Ceramic urn wheel thrown and hand-built from white stoneware, and decorated with glazes, slips, and mason stains. Signed on bottom.Dimensions: 6"H x 5.5"W x 2"D

https://www.guild.com/artitem/37524.html

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"Perfume Bottle"

Ceramic Perfume Bottle

By: Karl Yost

Perfume bottle wheel thrown and hand-built from white stoneware, and decorated with glazes, slips, and mason stains. Signed on bottom. Each is unique and will vary slightly in color and size.

Dimensions: 7"H x 4.5"W x 2"D

https://www.guild.com/artitem/37520.html

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"Teapot"

Ceramic Teapot

By: Karl Yost

Non-functional teapot wheel thrown and handbuilt from white stoneware, and decorated with glazes, slips, and mason stains. Signed on bottom. Each is unique and will vary slightly in color and size.

Dimensions: 10"H x 7"W x 4"D

https://www.guild.com/artitem/31037.html

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"Queen Trigger Fish"

Ceramic Sculpture

By: Jan Jacque

Sleek and exotic, like its tropical namesake. Ceramic sculpture of cherry wood and slab-built white clay; clay is airbrushed with navy blue, pumpkin, and terra cotta-colored glazes and pit-fired.

https://www.guild.com/artitem/27926.html

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Drift in a Dream

Jan Jacque

Ceramic sculpture made from cherry wood and slab-built white clay. Clay is airbrushed with glazes and then pit-fired to create color variations.

https://www.guild.com/artitem/27926.html

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Kevin Baer

Pterodactyl

http://www.baersculptor.com/Work.php

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Mr. Geoffrey Kahill Nicastro

Ceramic Instructor

MFA Ceramics, University of the Arts, PA; BS Biology, Northeastern University, MA

With Cabrillo College since 1999

https://babyface.cabrillo.edu/salsa/listing.jsp?staffId=909

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Constantin Brancusi

(1876-1957)

http://andreea.francu.com/travel/paris.vr/places.vr/Atelier%20Brancusi/brancusi.html

http://www.rawworkflow.com/making_pictures/04/index.html