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Betty Woodman

The Chapel, 2011

Glazed earthenware, epoxy resin, lacquer, acrylic paint, canvas, and wood
105 × 86 × 13 in
266.7 × 218.4 × 33 cm
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Los Angeles
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Betty Woodman
American, 1930–2018
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Among the foremost contemporary American ceramists, Betty Woodman has been inventing and …

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Among the foremost contemporary American ceramists, Betty Woodman has been inventing and re-inventing new and traditional forms, producing exuberant, brightly colored, and witty works since the early 1950s. During the Pattern and Decoration movement in the ’70s, her career gained the momentum it has had ever since. …

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Betty Woodman
American, 1930–2018
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Among the foremost contemporary American ceramists, Betty Woodman has been inventing and …

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Among the foremost contemporary American ceramists, Betty Woodman has been inventing and re-inventing new and traditional forms, producing exuberant, brightly colored, and witty works since the early 1950s. During the Pattern and Decoration movement in the ’70s, her career gained the momentum it has had ever since. …

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Betty Woodman

The Chapel, 2011

Glazed earthenware, epoxy resin, lacquer, acrylic paint, canvas, and wood
105 × 86 × 13 in
266.7 × 218.4 × 33 cm
Contact For Price
location
Los Angeles
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