Object: Study for Strip
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|Title||Study for Strip|
Poppelwell, Martin (potter), 2007 - 2009, New Zealand
|Medium summary||earthenware, white slip, chrome oxide slip, black stain, clear glaze ; wheel thrown, hand built|
|Materials||ceramic, slip, clear glaze|
|Classification||studio ceramics, installations|
|Technique||firing, throwing, ceramic process|
x 2160mm (Width)
x 500mm (Depth)
|Credit line||Purchased 2009|
An installation that comprises of a large group of one hundred and five ceramic objects that include plates, jugs, vessels, swans and eyeballs. Made from earthenware, the individual works are decorated in white slip with black stain. Each work is hand built (wheel or coiled) and decorated with grid- like designs or inscriptions.
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