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Broken Mesa Landscape Bowl

Bowl
1984 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Simple deep bowl form, with decoration both inside and out evocating a canyon landscape, with white cliff-top, dark cliff-sides and blue sky, in coloured raku glazes.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Raku-fired earthenware with raku glazes
Brief Description
'Broken Mesa Landscape Bowl', raku-glazed earthenware, made by Wayne Higby, USA, 1984
Physical Description
Simple deep bowl form, with decoration both inside and out evocating a canyon landscape, with white cliff-top, dark cliff-sides and blue sky, in coloured raku glazes.
Dimensions
  • Height: 20.3cm
  • Diameter: 31.7cm
Credit line
Given by Helen W. Drutt-English
Subject depicted
Bibliographic Reference
Clark, G. & Watson, O., American Potters Today : an exhibition of American Studio Pottery, London : V&Ano.19
Collection
Accession Number
C.41-1986

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