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  • Tags: Stoneware

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Vivika Heino and her husband Otto crafted and decorated this ceramic vase. The neck is short and narrow and the body balloons outward, creating a spherical shape. The body is grey and decorated with darker lines and splatter spots. The neck and spout…

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Peter Voulkos created this asymmetrical structure by melding slab cutouts of wet stoneware onto a vertical vase made on a potter's wheel. He decorated the top and center blocks with abstract lines and geometric shapes.

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One of a series of six soup bowls in the M's collection, this ceramic object was produced through the collaborative efforts of Warren and Alix MacKenzie. The bowl's grayish-white color is the result of applying glaze to white slipped stoneware, while…

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Created by Warren MacKenzie and his wife Alix, this stoneware vase has a thin base, rounding outwards to its widest at the center, and forming a lip at the top. The vase's bottom two-thirds is covered in a dark glaze which contrasts with the light…

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Warren MacKenzie's platter is glazed with one of the artist's favorite Shino glazes. The plate has a white body and reddish-orange edges. Across the surface, MacKenzie applied strokes of black glaze, creating a staccato pattern.

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This lidded jar by Warren MacKenzie has a surface covered with vertical fluted areas about one inch wide. Fired separately, the lid has the same fluted sides as the jar. It has a yellow hue, is scattered with brown spots, and has brown streaks…