His Own Steam: The Work of Barry Brickell David Craig

ISBN: 9781869407636

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232 pages


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His Own Steam: The Work of Barry Brickell  by  David Craig

His Own Steam: The Work of Barry Brickell by David Craig
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Potter extraordinaire, conservationist, railway enthusiast, and iconoclast, Barry Brickell is one of New Zealand’s most important ceramicists and this work celebrates his work through essays on his work and a comprehensive chronology that furtherMorePotter extraordinaire, conservationist, railway enthusiast, and iconoclast, Barry Brickell is one of New Zealand’s most important ceramicists and this work celebrates his work through essays on his work and a comprehensive chronology that further illuminates his achievements.

One of the leaders of the New Zealand Anglo-Oriental pottery movement that developed from the 1950s, Brickell has shaped both his own domestic ware and the wider pottery culture for more than 50 years. His exuberant and elemental pots and sculptures, which pulse with a sense of humor and sexuality rare in New Zealand craft or art, are on full display in this with a range of newly commissioned photos and historic images.

A must have for art, craft, and pottery lovers, this book encapsulates the many talents of one of New Zealand’s most prized artists.



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