Book by Peterson Susan
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For any course in ceramics. No prior study is required. Written by a well-known ceramist, this best-selling, comprehensive introduction to ceramics adeptly combines the artist's perspective and spirit of creative inspiration with step-by-step, extensively illustrated instruction in the full range of ceramic procedures--i.e., hand, wheel, and plasterwork techniques. Ideal for class instruction or self-study, it features exceptionally clear explanations; an abundance of black-and-white and full-color illustrations of process sequences, model examples, and ceramic projects; and a convenient-to-use layout--with one topic per page or per two-page spread.Biografía del autor:
Susan Peterson is Professor Emerita of Ceramics at Hunter College at the City University of New York, and is a practising ceramist whose work has been exhibited throughout the world. Her career spans more than fifty years and includes the founding of five ceramics departments at colleges throughout the United States. She has had her own studio since 1950 and exhibits and lectures in countries around the world, including China. She is also the author of Working with Clay, Contemporary Ceramics, and Jun Kaneko. A member of the International Ceramic Academy, Geneva, she is also a Fellow of the American Craft Council, a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant, of the Lifetime Achievement Award from NCECA (the National Ceramic Education Council of America), and the prestigious Binns Medal from the American Ceramic Society and the New York State College of Ceramics. Jan Peterson is a high school and college ceramic teacher, ceramic artist, and jeweller.
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Descripción Pearson, 2003. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110131844261