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Three-Dimensional Art
Craft & Design
Design Genius: Ghosts in the Machine
Maria Martinez and Julian Martinez. Bowl with plumed serpent (1920-30) Coiled
and burnished earthenware.
Ceramics
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Clay
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Silica
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Throwing
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Pinch Pot
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Coil building
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Slab building

Glaze
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Kiln
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Bisque firing

Earthenwa...
Cheryl Ann Thomas. Relic 130 (2008) Porcelain.
Jennifer McCurdy. Coral Nest (2009) Porcelain.
Harumi Nakashima . Porcelain Form (2001)
Glass

Silica-molten sand
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Glassblowing

Favrile glass-patented by Tiffany
Louis Comfort Tiffany. Magnolia and Irises (c. 1908)
Textile Arts
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Fibers

Weaving

Embroidery

Batic

Tie-Dyeing
Other
Metalwork and Jewelry
Wood
Pectorial piece, 4th
century BC
Melvyn Firmager, Untitled 1993
Design

Can be profession or
objects

Industrial

Fashion

Graphic Design

Web
Aeron Chair
Paula Scher. Page design 1984.
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  1. 1. Three-Dimensional Art Craft & Design Design Genius: Ghosts in the Machine
  2. 2. Maria Martinez and Julian Martinez. Bowl with plumed serpent (1920-30) Coiled and burnished earthenware.
  3. 3. Ceramics  Clay  Silica  Throwing  Pinch Pot  Coil building  Slab building  Glaze  Kiln  Bisque firing  Earthenware  Terra-cotta  Stoneware  Porcelain  China
  4. 4. Cheryl Ann Thomas. Relic 130 (2008) Porcelain.
  5. 5. Jennifer McCurdy. Coral Nest (2009) Porcelain.
  6. 6. Harumi Nakashima . Porcelain Form (2001)
  7. 7. Glass  Silica-molten sand  Glassblowing  Favrile glass-patented by Tiffany
  8. 8. Louis Comfort Tiffany. Magnolia and Irises (c. 1908)
  9. 9. Textile Arts  Fibers  Weaving  Embroidery  Batic  Tie-Dyeing
  10. 10. Other Metalwork and Jewelry Wood
  11. 11. Pectorial piece, 4th century BC
  12. 12. Melvyn Firmager, Untitled 1993
  13. 13. Design  Can be profession or objects  Industrial  Fashion  Graphic Design  Web
  14. 14. Aeron Chair
  15. 15. Paula Scher. Page design 1984.
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