Terracotta

Terracotta

Terracotta is an earthy ceramic that has been produced since the Old Stone Age, at least 29,000 years ago. Latin for "baked earth", Terracotta is based on coarse, porous clay, which is moulded into shape and fired in a kiln at around 1000°C until hard.

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The Piccolo Parade.
Art

The Piccolo Parade.

Ceramic artist Jeremy Anderson mines the anthropomorphic tensions, playfulness and individuality of his stoneware sculptures. Jeremy Anderson is a ceramic artist based in New York...

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Donald Judd’s designs have inspired a generation.

Donald Judd’s designs have inspired a generation.

Geometric shapes, block colours and sturdy materials are the basis for Judd’s timeless furniture.

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In Residence: Michele Oka Doner

In Residence: Michele Oka Doner

For the latest In Residence the Miami Beach native opens her home, where we see gold, bronze, clay, wood, wax and paper—the earth’s raw materials—which form the foundation of her art.

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Polluted Water Popsticles.
Art

Polluted Water Popsticles.

A creative approach to spreading awareness of Taiwan’s issue of water pollution.

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Satisfaction: Mug
Art

Satisfaction: Mug

Capturing the mesmerizing process of hand-shaped pottery

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