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Mata Ortiz pottery is Mexico's greatest example of fine ceramics and contemporary folk art.  It originates from the tiny town of Mata Ortiz, in northern Mexico, where world-renowned master potter Juan Quezada created the unique Mata Ortiz style.  The pottery is inspired by the designs of the ancient Casas Grandes pueblo people and, as in the ancient tradition, incorporates only local materials found in the nearby mountains; from the coveted clays to the rich oxides used in the paints that…

Mata Ortiz pottery Mexico's greatest example of fine ceramics and contemporary folk art, originates from Mata Ortiz, where world-renowned master potter Juan Quezada created the unique Mata Ortiz style

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Gizella Warburton: ‘trace and echo . materiality and meaning' Contemporary textile and mixed media pieces for interior spaces. Framed, hanging and sculptural artworks and installations.

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museum of contemporary craft : exhibitions : Gertrude and Otto Natzler.

Rose Cabat. "Cabat is an American ceramicist, [who was] part of the Mid-Century modern movement [and at age 100 is still a practicing potter (post from June 2014)]. Rose lives in Arizona and she is best known for her innovative glazes upon small porcelain pots called ‘feelies’ often in the shape of onions, figs, and bowls."

Rose Cabat at A Retrospective Exhibition of Ceramics at Tucson Museum of Art, Arizona February 1 - September 2014 Collection of the artist. Photos by Carissa Castillo and Rachel Shand.

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