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Artist Inspired
Semester 1 - Final Ceramic Sculpture
Find a ceramic artist
that you find interesting
and whose work you
wo...
NOT Copying!
Influenced.
• Remember you
are not copying
the artist, you
are creating
something
inspired by the
artist’s st...
Here’s an example two artist’s
with similar but different
sculptures.
Cheryl Ann Thomas
accessceramics.org
Merete Rasmusse...
* Remember you are not copying the artist,
you are creating something influenced by the
artist’s style.
http://www.ceramic...
Example of student
work
& Artist inspired by
• Bobby Romero ’15
• Chris Stiles, Ceramic Artist
Artist Student
How to start?• 1. Find a ceramic
artist. -The
artist can be from
ancient to present
time.
- Use the websites
listed on the...
Functional?• A piece you can use: cups, plates, bowls,
vases
Frank Martin
Jenni Brant
• Doesn’t have to be used for a purpose: abstract
forms, models of familiar or unfamiliar objects/things
Sculptural
Cindy ...
For inspiration:
Look in books or online
(websites listed on project handout!)
• I. Research ceramic artist
• A. Answer th...
Once research is
done...
• Sketch in the
boxes provided
on the sheet.
-Two examples of the
artists work.
-Print 2 images b...
So many possibilities!
Choose an
artist that
interests you
and that will
challenge you!
Works in porcelain inspired by
the...
9 classes to construct
it.
Timeline of Project:
• Challenge yourself, but
be realistic of short
amount of time.
• Constructed Sculpture is
due: Monda...
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  1. 1. Artist Inspired Semester 1 - Final Ceramic Sculpture Find a ceramic artist that you find interesting and whose work you would like to study and make your own version in a similar style. Create a piece that reflects the artists style and form, but is your own creation. Similar but different! Adrian Arleo Eric Van Eimeren
  2. 2. NOT Copying! Influenced. • Remember you are not copying the artist, you are creating something inspired by the artist’s style. I was influenced by Ron Mueck, but didn’t copy his work...I made it my own. Human sculpture with more texture than his.My sculpture Ron Mueck
  3. 3. Here’s an example two artist’s with similar but different sculptures. Cheryl Ann Thomas accessceramics.org Merete Rasmussen: http://www.ceramicsnow.org
  4. 4. * Remember you are not copying the artist, you are creating something influenced by the artist’s style. http://www.ceramicsnow.org/tagged/Featured-artists Kimberly CookBeth Cavener Stichter www.followtheblackrabbit.com/
  5. 5. Example of student work & Artist inspired by • Bobby Romero ’15 • Chris Stiles, Ceramic Artist
  6. 6. Artist Student
  7. 7. How to start?• 1. Find a ceramic artist. -The artist can be from ancient to present time. - Use the websites listed on the project description sheet. • II. Locate an artist that you find interesting and whose work you would like to study and make your own version in a similar style. Elizabeth Shriver: Spherical Swirl Lantern, 2010 Found her on http://www.ceramicsnow.org/
  8. 8. Functional?• A piece you can use: cups, plates, bowls, vases Frank Martin Jenni Brant
  9. 9. • Doesn’t have to be used for a purpose: abstract forms, models of familiar or unfamiliar objects/things Sculptural Cindy Billingsley: http://www.ceramicsnow.org “The pose or look of an endangered animal or the presence of a figure in clay is what the artist is saying about a time, about a moment in nature or life, to reflect humanity to itself, to hold a mirror up to nature.“ - Cindy Billingsley
  10. 10. For inspiration: Look in books or online (websites listed on project handout!) • I. Research ceramic artist • A. Answer the questions below in the table provided on the handout. • I. Who is the artist? Name, age, where is he/she from? • II. What type of work does he/she do? why? Who or what are his/ her Influences? • III. What type of techniques does he/she use when constructing a piece? Coil, slab, drape mold, pinch, or...? Paula Bellacera, http://www.ceramicsnow.org
  11. 11. Once research is done... • Sketch in the boxes provided on the sheet. -Two examples of the artists work. -Print 2 images by the artist and staple to your handout. -Two sketches of your ideas. Brian Kakas' http://www.ceramicsnow.org Carol Gouthro http://www.ceramicsnow.org
  12. 12. So many possibilities! Choose an artist that interests you and that will challenge you! Works in porcelain inspired by the collections of the BDA Dental Museum and its visitors. Debra Fleury While growing up near the ocean, I spent many hours peering at tiny creatures and looking for clues to their secret lives. This began a lifelong passion for the the minute details, the battered fragments, and the myriad patterns of organic life.
  13. 13. 9 classes to construct it.
  14. 14. Timeline of Project: • Challenge yourself, but be realistic of short amount of time. • Constructed Sculpture is due: Monday, Dec. 7th in order for it to have enough time to be fired. • Painted and ready to be fired by Tuesday, Dec. 15th • Completed glazed, fired and ready for grading by day of final exam. * At the minimum, the piece will need to be constructed. Some may or may not have time to fire/paint/glaze.

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