Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Jackson Pollock's influence was no doubt in play in the creation of this mid-century bowl. Thrown by some salty ceramic hobbyist named Bev (!) Williams, it's a classic example of the California school of freeform pottery. The outside has the reverse splatter design as the interior. This is one we acquired not for it's perfection, but for its funky handmade appeal.
Posted by The End of History at 6:07 PM