3 edition of Gillian Lowndes found in the catalog.
Catalogue of the exhibition held at the Crafts Council Gallery, London, 28 January-29 March 1987.
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From the s onwards, artist Gillian Lowndes was at the forefront of a new style of contemporary ceramics which explored the materiality of clay. on a show of ceramics by the late Gillian Lowndes. This remarkable woman was the subject of a posthumous retrospective at Ruthin Craft Centre inwith a ﬁne accompanying book by Amanda Fielding.
She is also well represented in the Anthony Shaw collection at. Gillian Lowndes, who has died of cancer a was one of most daring, radical and original voices of her generation in the world of ceramics in the postwar : Amanda Fielding.
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Gillian Lowndes, 'Cup on Base', stoneware with metal elements, height mm, width mm, Museum no. C 'Ceramics Points of View' is the result of a collaboration between The National Electronic and Video Archive of the Crafts and the V&A.
A range of people were asked for their responses to the same ten objects from the V&A's 20th. Gillian Lowndes ( – 2 October ) was an English ceramics sculptor. Born in Cheshire inshe spent much of her childhood in British India.
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See more ideas about Ceramic art, Ceramics and Sculpture pins. Ceramic Points of View: 'Cup on Base', by Gillian Lowndes - Victoria and Albert Museum On this page you can discover the six people's responses to 'Cup on Base', made in by Gillian Lowndes (born Posts about Gillian Lowndes written by Bridget Macklin Gillian Lowndes, 'Cup on Base', stoneware with metal elements, height mm, width mm, pins.
This gathering of British artist Gillian Lowndes’s work is the largest in London in 20 years (she died in ), a set of almost two dozen intricate, bristling objects that were made between and but feel like rediscovered tools, small seemingly domestic tchotchkes and bits of.
Gillian Lowndes (–) was one of the ceramic world’s most daring, radical and original artists of the post-war generation. Operating on the border territory between fine art and craft, she is renowned for her sensitive investigations of material and process, Continued.
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Her father was a merchant in India, and she and her twin sister spent much of their childhood there, returning to England after the end of the. Gillian Lowndes was born in Cheshire and spent her childhood in India.
She studied at the Central School of Arts and Crafts and later at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. In she returned to London and established a studio in Bloomsbury. In the early s she travelled to Nigeria and her enduring interest in ethnographic work, from her.
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Essentially, this meant that in divorce there was always an innocent and a guilty party. Opening 23 November See the ground-breaking works of Gillian Lowndes (), the most radical ceramicist of the twentieth century, in the new exhibition Gillian Lowndes: On the Edge, showcased in the Centre of Ceramic Arts (CoCA) at York Art Gallery.
From the s onwards, artist Gillian Lowndes was at the forefront of a new style of contemporary ceramics which explored the. Gillian Lowndes (–) ‘Scroll’ Gillian Lowndes’ sculptural works suggest associations with familiar objects, yet remain enigmatic and strange.
Clay is often worked in unconventional ways, and in combination with other materials and found objects. Her series. Buy New Ceramic Sculpture by Lowndes, Gillian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gillian Lowndes. Gillian Lowndes died in October A retrospective exhibition of her work is planned and a book by the ceramic historian Amanda Fielding is in preparation.
This is a small comfort to those who feel the loss of this reticent but strongminded woman. Years before ceramics became ultra-hip in the art world, the late Gillian Lowndes was busy turning this much-maligned art form into a serious means of expression.
This looks set to be a pretty. Gillian Lowndes by Amanda Fielding marks the ends of the lives of both women. Lowndes, the radical ceramic artist died from cancer at the age of 74 in Fielding, known for her work as a writer and critic, died, also from cancer, in after completing this.
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