Color and Fire: Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics, 1950-2000 Video (DVD)

Color and Fire: Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics, 1950-2000 Video  (DVD)

The Color and Fire series continues with the Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics program. This decorative featurette explores the major elements of ceramic art with dazzling integrity and detail. Interviews with field leaders and intimate exploration of the prominent themes in ceramics make this video an enchanting standard in the field. View a Preview Clip

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The video Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics continues the Color and Fire series with expert aplomb. Interviews with Ruth Duckworth, Richard Shaw, John Mason, Ron Nagle, Otto Nazler and many others illuminate all pretensions and expertly highlight the evolution of modern ceramic art. The video also discusses ceramic arcs and themes in history, including:

  • vessel ceramics
  • form and function
  • Abstract
  • Funk

The film balances out an illuminating and clear debate on the differences and qualities of decorative art and fine art. At just under an hour, the video covers the universal aspects of ceramics produced partly by the minds of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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