6 edition of The Traditional Pottery of Alabama found in the catalog.
The Traditional Pottery of Alabama
by Univ of Tennessee Pr
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
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The Traditional Pottery of Alabama Paperback – January 1, by E. Henry Willett (Author)/5(2). The Traditional Pottery of Alabama book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Crafts of Alabama. The Paperback of the Traditional Pottery of Alabama by E.
Henry Willett, Joey Brackner | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more!Pages: Brackner (director, Alabama Center for Traditional Culture) compiled an impressive survey of potters, both native to the state and immigrants of various cultures, who came from early times to the present to evolve a folk art style of pottery that has been admired throughout the by: 4.
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As Mobile archaeologist Greg Waselkov declares, “Alabama Folk Pottery reveals the humanity behind the artistry and the technical sophistication of this historic craft. Starting with magnificent ceramic churns, jugs, braziers, and grave markers found today largely in /5(7). Focusing on more than thirty potters in North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Mississippi, and Kentucky, Nancy Sweezy tells how families preserve and practice the traditional art of pottery making today.
First published inSweezy's book documents the last generation of potters to have direct contact with preindustrial pottery by: 5. As Mobile archaeologist Greg Waselkov declares, “Alabama Folk Pottery reveals the humanity behind the artistry and the technical sophistication of this historic craft.
Starting with magnificent. Alabama's rich folk pottery tradition began before the Civil War, and is carried on by a few remaining traditional pot throwers, such as Jerry Brown of Hamilton, Marion County, and the Miller family in Bibb and Perry counties.
The most common stoneware techniques in Alabama are salt and alkaline glazing, and in recent years artists have shifted toward more ornate and specialized pottery. Folk Pottery of Alabama. Up until the early twentieth century, hundreds of folk potters worked throughout the state of Alabama.
Before the age of electrification, their wares were needed for the basics of everyday living, including the preservation, preparation, and serving of food. Books > Children & Young Adults > Children & YA Non-Fiction; Share - Traditional Pottery of Alabama by E.
Henry Willett and Joey Brackner (, Paperback) Traditional Pottery of Alabama by E. Henry Willett and Joey Brackner (, Paperback) Be the first to write a review. The book’s publication coincides with a major exhibition of Alabama folk pottery curated by Brackner and set to open at the Birmingham Museum of Art Septem This volume places historic Alabama pottery making into a national and international context and describes the technologies that distinguish Alabama potters from the rest of.
Traditional Acoma Pottery "Grinding the clay is the hardest part. It's stone really, and then breaking up the old shards for temper. It has to be right, or the clay collapses--too soft, or stiffens--too hard" (--Rose Chino Garcia, Acoma potter).
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The Traditional Pottery of Alabama by Henry Willet; Joey Brackner ISBN ISBN Paperback; Montgomery: Univ of Tennessee Pr, January ; ISBN The Traditional Pottery of Alabama: Henry Willet, Joey Brackner: Books - ews: 1.
Evidenced by twenty years of research, Alabama Folk Pottery introduces the reader to the pottery of the state. Joey Brackner's production of a well organized and beautifully presented piece of scholarship helps the reader to see and understand the potters, the craft and its history/5.
Eric and Steve Miller Miller's Pottery, located in Brent, Bibb County, is one of the few remaining traditional potteries in the United pots themselves are made from the Alabama clay of Perry County, and the Miller family's year history of pottery making incorporates traditions brought from Europe and cultivated in the American recent years, the Millers have.
The genesis of the object exhibit is as unique as the pottery on view. It was organized to showcase the collectors who allowed Brackner, the guest curator and director of the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture, generous access to their pots for inclusion in his scholarly book Alabama Folk Pottery.
Alabama Folk Pottery Book by Joey Brackner Large History book of Alabama pottery. Great Color and black and white photos. Book in very good read the condition listed above and exami.Joey Brackner is the author of Alabama Folk Pottery ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Tributaries ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 re /5(9).Henry Willet is the author of The Traditional Pottery of Alabama ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ).