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Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
Coiled Pottery
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Coiled Pottery

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Coiling has been used for millenia to create beautiful and functional pottery. This slide show presents various contemporary works created using the coiling method.

Coiling has been used for millenia to create beautiful and functional pottery. This slide show presents various contemporary works created using the coiling method.

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  • 1. Coiled Pottery A Continuing Tradition
  • 2. Historical • Egypt • Pre-dynastic • 5000 – 3000 BC • Cinerary Urn • Height 53 cm
  • 3. Historical • Egypt (Naqada II Culture) • Pre-dynastic • 3600 – 3250 BC • Height 23 cm
  • 4. Historical • Cypress • Bronze Age • 2100 – 2000 BC • Double-spouted jug • Height 24 cm
  • 5. Historical • China (Yang-shao) • Neolithic • 2000 – 1500 BC • Amphora • Height 32 cm
  • 6. Historical • China (Gansu, Gang- shao) • Neolithic • 2000 – 1500 BC • Funerary Urn • Height 36 cm
  • 7. Historical • Japan • Yayoi period • 400 BC – 300 BC • Storage Jar • Height 44 cm
  • 8. Historical • Peru • Nasca Culture • 100 – 700 AD • Double-spouted water container • Height 27 cm
  • 9. Historical • Nigeria (Nubian) • 350 – 450 AD • Storage Vessel • Height 43 cm
  • 10. Historical • Britain • Bronze Age • 2230 – 1600 BC • Vessels • Heights <= 20 cm
  • 11. Historical • Britain • Medieval • 1200 – 1400 AD • Cooking pot • Height 30 cm
  • 12. Historical • America (New Mexico) • 1800 – 1900 AD • Water jar • Height 26 cm
  • 13. Contemporary: Why Coil Today? • To make large works • To make thin walls • To accommodate difficult clay mixes • Because it allows greater control • Because one can’t throw
  • 14. Contemporary: Why Coil Today? • To make asymmetrical forms • To preserve or reference tradition • Because it gives an organic shape • Because one likes the pace and/or the process
  • 15. Contemporary • Monica Young • British • Height 170 cm
  • 16. Contemporary • Elizabeth MacDonald • American • “Nest” • Height 17 cm
  • 17. Contemporary • Ewen Henderson • British • Height 62 cm
  • 18. Contemporary • Jennifer Lee • British • Height 23 cm
  • 19. Contemporary Jennifer Lee
  • 20. Contemporary • Imogen Taylor • British • Height 25 cm
  • 21. Contemporary • Magdalene Odundo • Kenyan, British
  • 22. Contemporary Magdalene Odundo
  • 23. Contemporary Magdalene Odundo
  • 24. Contemporary • Gabrielle Koch • British • Flattened coils
  • 25. Contemporary Gabrielle Koch
  • 26. Contemporary • David Roberts • British
  • 27. Contemporary David Roberts
  • 28. Contemporary David Roberts
  • 29. Contemporary David Roberts
  • 30. Contemporary • Elizabeth Fritsch • British
  • 31. Contemporary • Elizabeth Fritsch
  • 32. Contemporary
  • 33. Contemporary • Ruth Duckworth • German, British, Amer ican • Influenced many British studio potters, post-Leach • Height 23 cm
  • 34. Contemporary • Ruth Duckworth
  • 35. Contemporary • Gordon Baldwin • British • “Painting in the Form of a Bowl” series • Diameter 31 cm
  • 36. Contemporary • Richard Garriott- Stejskal • “Coil building has a rhythm that I like… It is the doing that seems to stimulate ideas…” • “Listening to Memory’s Voice” • Height 55 cm
  • 37. Contemporary • Rudy Autio • American • Few wide slabs coiled together • Height 94 cm
  • 38. Contemporary • Juan Quesada • Mexico • Natural pigments, bonfired • Olla • Height 23 cm
  • 39. Contemporary • Nancy Youngblood- Lugo • American • Traditional technique • Bonfired with horse manure • “Melon Bowl” • Height 16 cm
  • 40. Contemporary • Grayson Perry • British • Coiled vessels in traditionally thrown shapes • “Saint, Satin, Satan” • Height 45 cm
  • 41. Contemporary • Grayson Perry • “Look Mum, I’m a Jet Pilot” • Height 56 cm • Background text “I LOVE YOU FUCK OFF”
  • 42. Contemporary • Grayson Perry • “Golden Ghosts” • Height 65 cm
  • 43. Contemporary • John Ward • British • Wide, flattened coils
  • 44. Contemporary John Ward
  • 45. Contemporary • Leza McVey • American
  • 46. Contemporary Leza McVey
  • 47. Contemporary • Judy Trim • British
  • 48. Contemporary Judy Trim
  • 49. Contemporary Judy Trim
  • 50. Contemporary • Jane Perryman • British • Sawdust smoked • Height 30 cm • Peterson text
  • 51. Contemporary • Alev Ebuzziya Siesbye
  • 52. Contemporary Irene Vonck
  • 53. Contemporary • Siddig El Nigoumi
  • 54. The End

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