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Voulkos

Jim Leedy

Voulkos

by Jim Leedy

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Published by Studio Potter in [Goffstown, N.H.?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Voulkos, Peter, 1924-,
    • Sculptors -- United States.,
    • Potters -- United States.,
    • Ceramic sculpture.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[photographs by Jim Leedy].
      ContributionsVoulkos, Peter, 1924-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNB237.V64 L44 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination49 p., [6] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages49
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL891193M
      LC Control Number95181293
      OCLC/WorldCa28865259

      The artistic license Voulkos and his fellow California artists felt was the freedom of the outsider in the chauvinism of the art world of the post-war era, but there was also an inherent uncertainty in forging a new path. Voulkos received his BS from Montana State College in , and his MFA in from California College of Arts and Crafts. Published in conjunction with the touring Museum retrospective of work by the pioneering late artist/ceramicist Peter Voulkos, this is a beautifully designed and printed catalogue. In , Voulkos founded the Ceramic Center at Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, which gave birth to the West Coast Abstract Expressionist ceramics movement.

      Sezon Museum, Soft cover. Fair / Very good. Item # Museum label on cover. Cover is detaching and the back panel is partially torn off of the main cover. Many inside pages have light but noticeable smudging from ink transfer. Photos have good, distinct color. Book comes in a slipcase, which is in near-fine : Peter Voulkos. Voulkos & Co. quest for Peter Voulkos works for cataloguing purposes. Ceramics s s s s s s Paintings Prints Bronzes: Peter Voulkos, Anada Stoneware with glaze 33 inches high x /4 inches diameter Collection: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Provenance.

      Peter Voulkos was an American sculptor of Greek heritage. View Peter Voulkos’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available design, sculpture, and prints and multiples for sale and learn about the artist. Mar 6, - Explore Vera Nikoulina's board "Peter Voulkos", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Ceramic artists, Ceramic sculpture, Ceramics pins.


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After earning degrees at Montana S. Peter Voulkos (b.Bozeman, Montana, d. Bowling Green, OH) was a ceramic sculptor who broke the divide between ceramic as a craft and that of fine arts.

After serving in the Army during the World War II, Voulkos studied painting and printmaking at Montana State College, Bozeman, MT, and rLocation: S Boyle Ave Los Angeles, CA, United States. Inalter nearly a decade working primarily as a sculptor in metals, Peter Voulkos returned to the mid s, he had virtually reinvented the field by introducing into clay, issues and techniques previously restricted to contemporary painting and the early s Voulkos concentrated on two basic ceramic forms: three-tiered, sculptural “ stack pots,” and Born: Peter Voulkos was an American sculptor of Greek heritage.

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Peter Voulkos's solo exhibitions. Art Gallery, University of Florida, Gainesville. America House Gallery, New York. Peter Voulkos (born Panagiotis Harry Voulkos on 29 January in Bozeman, Montana – deceased on 16 February in Bowling Green, Ohio) was an American artist of Greek is known for his abstract expressionistceramic sculptures, which crossed the traditional divide between ceramic crafts and fine established the ceramics department at the Los Angeles County Art Institute.

Portfolio of Peter Voulkos's ceramic plates, ice buckets, stacks and tea bowls, bronzes, paintings and prints, resume, solo and group exhibitions, bibliography, public collections, Voulkos & Co. quest for disposition of earlier work for the catalogue project, newsletter regarding workshops, shows, publications, gallery affiliations and online resources.

Calling Peter Voulkos a ceramist is a bit like calling Jimi Hendrix a guitarist. The charismatic, rebellious sculptor and teacher was a genuine rock star of his medium, a.

4 Diana Loercher, “All my vases leak—Potter Voulkos,” Christian Science Monitor, Janup 5 Comments by Clement Greenberg quoted and discussed by Rosalind Krauss in her book The Optical Unconscious (Boston: MIT Press: ), p.

Sculpture Magazine Archives. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Description: 49 pages, 6 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm: Contents: An interview with Peter Voulkos / photographs by Jim Leedy --Voulkos by Leedy: [essay] / by Jim sibility. Peter Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years is the first monograph in over 20 years on the artist Peter Voulkos.

Covering the most prolific span of Voulkos’ career, from the early s to the s, this book includes both his well-known ceramic works as well as his largely overlooked paintings.5/5(5).

"Voulkos' sculptures are famous for their visual weight, their freely-formed construction, and their aggressive and energetic decoration" (Smith). It is as if each piece exposes some pent up secret passion about Voulkos.

Each mark, rip, impression or crack intentionally reeks of his feelings toward what ever mood he was in when he created it. Peter Voulkos. Peter Voulkos () was a ceramist most known for his abstract expressionist sculptures. He received his BS from the Montana State College, Bozeman and receiv.

The Art of Peter Voulkos [Voulkos, Peter, Slivka, Rose, Tsujimoto, Karen, Oakland Museum, Newport Harbor Art Museum, American Craft Museum] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Art of Peter VoulkosCited by: 2.

Peter Voulkos in Glendale Boulevard studio, ca. Los Angeles, California Photo by Henry T. Takemoto: Voulkos' best work is a primeval statement, the product of an internalized primitivism.

In his plates, stacks and "ice buckets", he returns to the wild and pagan heart of making art. The stacks radiate an immanent power. Clay’s Tectonic Shift focuses on artists John Mason (b.

), Kenneth Price (), and Peter Voulkos (–) and their radical early work in postwar Los Angeles where they formed the vanguard of a new California ceramics movement. The three artists broke from the craft tradition that emphasized the function of a piece. Experimenting with scale, surface, color, and Reviews: 4.

“Peter opened a door,” said Manhattan gallerist and ceramics historian Garth Clark, who featured Voulkos’ work in “A Century of Ceramics,” a landmark book and exhibition at the.

“Voulkos is the man who punches his pots,” says Andrew Perchuk, deputy director of the Getty Research Institute and one of a trio of the exhibition's curators. “He inverted traditional ideas.Peter Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years' is the first monograph in over 20 years on the artist Peter Voulkos.

Covering the most prolific span of Voulkos career, from the early s to the s, this book includes both his well-known ceramic works as well as his largely overlooked paintings.Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact.

Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting.

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