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Beate Kuhn. 1927- present. She became one of the first potters in Germany to abandon utilitarian work in favor of purely artistic work.

Beate Kuhn. 1927- present. She became one of the first potters in Germany to abandon utilitarian work in favor of purely artistic work.

Artist: Beate Kuhn Title:  Location:  Date:  Style: Ceramics Importance: German potter and became one of the first potters in Germany to stop utilitarian work for a career in pottery

Artist: Beate Kuhn Title: Location: Date: Style: Ceramics Importance: German potter and became one of the first potters in Germany to stop utilitarian work for a career in pottery

Otto and Vivika Heino Early Weed Pot, 1950, Arts and crafts movement, They collaborated as a husband-and-wife team for thirty-five years, signing their pots Vivika + Otto, regardless of who actually made them.

Otto and Vivika Heino Early Weed Pot, 1950, Arts and crafts movement, They collaborated as a husband-and-wife team for thirty-five years, signing their pots Vivika + Otto, regardless of who actually made them.

Magdalena Abakanowicz, "Backs" , 1967-80 | I like how her sculptures-usually crowd of headless bodies/body parts - depict conformity and anonymity of the individual in a group/system

Magdalena Abakanowicz, "Backs" , 1967-80 | I like how her sculptures-usually crowd of headless bodies/body parts - depict conformity and anonymity of the individual in a group/system

Beate Kuhn, 1957, part of the Keramion Collection. Beate Kuhn was known for her work on the pottery wheel. She is one of the most influential German Potters of our time and had created the Keramion Museum that was based around her work

Beate Kuhn, 1957, part of the Keramion Collection. Beate Kuhn was known for her work on the pottery wheel. She is one of the most influential German Potters of our time and had created the Keramion Museum that was based around her work

Paul Soldner (American: 1921 - 2011) - Handbuilt sculptural raku-fired vessel, USA

Paul Soldner (American: 1921 - 2011) - Handbuilt sculptural raku-fired vessel, USA