Three-Dimensional Art       Sculpture      Architecture     Craft & Design
Geometric style vase from the Dipylon cemetery, near Athens
Euphronios and Euxitheos. Calyx Krater ( early 5th century BCE). Red-figure ceramic
Ceramics•   Clay            •   Kiln•   Silica          •   Bisque firing•   Throwing        •   Earthenware•   Pinch pot ...
Frank Martin forming a cylinder
GlassLouis Comfort Tiffany. Plate and Vases (c. 1890) glass
Glass•   Silica•   Glassblowing•   Stained glass•   Fiberglass
Glass    Spring, A panel from Tiffany’s The Four Seasons composition,which won him a gold medal at the 1900 Exposition Uni...
GlassTiffany Studios, New York.   Pond Lily Globe (1900-10) leaded glass, bronze
Blown GlassPitcher, Roman 3rd–4th century a.d. blown glass H. 6 15/32 in. (16.38 cm), Diam. 5 11/32 in.
Glass BlowingWanganui-based Lyndsay Patterson, a well-known New Zealand maker of contemporary glass.
Dale Chihuly. Chandeliers, blown glass
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Craft and Design

  1. 1. Three-Dimensional Art Sculpture Architecture Craft & Design
  2. 2. Geometric style vase from the Dipylon cemetery, near Athens
  3. 3. Euphronios and Euxitheos. Calyx Krater ( early 5th century BCE). Red-figure ceramic
  4. 4. Ceramics• Clay • Kiln• Silica • Bisque firing• Throwing • Earthenware• Pinch pot • Terra-cotta• Coil building • Stoneware• Slab building • Porcelain• Glaze • China
  5. 5. Frank Martin forming a cylinder
  6. 6. GlassLouis Comfort Tiffany. Plate and Vases (c. 1890) glass
  7. 7. Glass• Silica• Glassblowing• Stained glass• Fiberglass
  8. 8. Glass Spring, A panel from Tiffany’s The Four Seasons composition,which won him a gold medal at the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris.
  9. 9. GlassTiffany Studios, New York. Pond Lily Globe (1900-10) leaded glass, bronze
  10. 10. Blown GlassPitcher, Roman 3rd–4th century a.d. blown glass H. 6 15/32 in. (16.38 cm), Diam. 5 11/32 in.
  11. 11. Glass BlowingWanganui-based Lyndsay Patterson, a well-known New Zealand maker of contemporary glass.
  12. 12. Dale Chihuly. Chandeliers, blown glass

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