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These 500 spectacular pieces range from the utilitarian plate to dramatically decorated work, and they’re crafted using a variety of clay—from pristine porcelain to bold earthenware. Warren Smith’s Serving Plate features copper glaze with an ash glaze coating, and Kelly McKibben’s Going for A Stroll showcases delicately inlaid and silk-screened images. It is a unique snapshot of contemporary ceramics.
Having earned her Master of Fine Arts degree at Rhode Island School of Design, Linda Arbuckle is now a tenured professor at the University of Florida School of Art and Art History. She has also taught workshops across the U.S. and internationally. The University of Florida has recognized Arbuckle’s research with Graduate Research Professorship and Teaching Improvement awards, and she was honored with a National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) one-month residency in the People’s Republic of China. Arbuckle has a chapter-length feature in The Penland Book of Ceramics: Master Classes in Ceramic Techniques (Lark, 2003), and has received both an NEA Visual Artist Fellowship and an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Florida Department of State. Arbuckle has served as Director-at-Large on the NCECA board, and as juror for state arts grants in Louisiana and Florida; she juried the NCECA “Clay National” exhibition in 2004, and will jury the 2008 “Strictly Functional Pottery National.”
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