New Zealand Potter: a partial archive
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About: An anthology publication of New Zealand Potter, 1958-1967.
But what’s it really about? Celebrates the grassroots community who invented pottery in New Zealand. Featuring articles by renowned potters Barry Brickell, Doreen Blumhardt, Helen Mason, as well as architect Ernst Plischke, artist Colin McCahon, a poem by Denis Glover and much much more. Gorgeously produced on a handmade scale, this book evokes a nostalgic era when artists, designers and craftspeople debated the big issues.
Readership: Craft and art enthusiasts, design fans, NZ history buffs, anyone who’s ever tried to throw a pot.
To purchase email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the following stockists:
- Unity Books, Auckland and Wellington
- Minerva, Wellington
- Mine: The Dowse Shop, Lower Hutt
- Parsons Library Services, Auckland
- Quartz Museum of Studio Ceramics, Whanganui
- Women’s Bookshop, Auckland