Three Shaner rock form vessels

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Dublin Core

Title

Three Shaner rock form vessels

Description

(3) Rock form vessels, the largest is glazed black with manganese, one is tan and slightly squared, the smallest one is gray with a linear white decoration around the opening. These thrown and altered stoneware forms are typical of Shaner's highly refined vessels which bridge the gap between the natural world and traditional vessel forms.

Creator

Shaner, David (1934-2002)

Subject

Pottery (visual works); Ceramics; Pottery, American--20th century; Ceramics--United States

Medium

Ceramics

Format

Largest is roughly 3.75 x 7 inches

Provenance

Minnesota Collection

Date Accepted

2003

Identifier

465_shaner

Coverage

Centre College, Jones Visual Art Center, Danville, KY

Citation

Shaner, David (1934-2002) , “Three Shaner rock form vessels,” Centre College Art and Artifacts Site, accessed November 17, 2018, https://centrecollegeart.omeka.net/items/show/254.