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surfing with helen bates - march 5, 2005 - usa, uk, australia,

updated mon 7 mar 05


Helen Bates on sun 6 mar 05

Austria, Netherlands

Surfing with Helen Bates - March 5, 2005 - USA, UK, Australia, Austria,

Bill and Maggie Finley (Mico, TX, USA)
(The Finleys make wheel thrown and then hand carved luminaries of white
clay with colored clays swirled into it. Each piece is clear glazed and
fired to cone 6.)

Rosemarie James (Bournemouth, Dorset, England, UK)
(Graceful line of functional studio pottery)

Trans Artists (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
This site offers information on cultural exchanges, artist in residence
programmes and work opportunities in the Netherlands and abroad.
Included are a search utility for Artist in Residence opportunities
world wide, and another for deadlines for upcoming international
competitions, festivals, workshops. (Note: I found it best to
right-click and open the links in a new tab in my version of Netscape
Browser (7.02), rather than left-click, because for some reason, the
"back" button doesn't function on this site.)

Alasdair Neil and Sally MacDonnell (Bath, Somerset, England, UK)
(Face or Head sculptural pieces by Alasdair MacDonell and smoke-fired
female figures by Sally MacDonell)

Canberra School of Art (The Australian National University)
(Canberra, ACT, Australia)

Online gallery: Rebecca Dowling, Petra Murphy, Robyn Porritt, Anita
McIntyre, Raewyn Atkinson, Talo Havini, Janet DeBoos, Greg Daly, Chiko
Jones, Chen Ya-Wen, Leonie Woodruff, Tony Flynn, Erika Aupperle, Chiko
Jones, Joanne Searle, Hiroe Swen, Sally Hook, Kensuke Yonetani, Aimee
McLeod, Byong Chan Seo, Greg Payce, Daven Hee, Clara Witter, Lia
Tajcnar, Leah Jackson, Alan Watt, Ken Yonetani, Ian Jones.

Kossdorff Gallery (Vienna, Austria)
and translation:
(Sculpture gallery with a goodly number of pieces done in clay)

"Ceramic Points of View" (Victoria & Albert Museum) (London, UK)
Zoomable images of 10 ceramic objects and videos of a range of people
commenting about them, as well as transcripts of the interviews. These
pages are the result of a collaboration between the National Electronic
& Video Archive of the Crafts (NEVAC), based at the West of England's
Bristol School of Art, Media and Design, and the V&A Museum's
Department of Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics and Glass. The website
was designed and built by the Director of NEVAC, Matthew Partington.


Helen Bates
Belleville, Ontario, Canada
E-mail: nelbanell at yahoo dot ca
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