John Mason, ‘John Mason Trans Orb Ceramic Sculpture’, Late 20th Century, Jeffrey Spahn Gallery
John Mason, ‘John Mason Trans Orb Ceramic Sculpture’, Late 20th Century, Jeffrey Spahn Gallery
John Mason, ‘John Mason Trans Orb Ceramic Sculpture’, Late 20th Century, Jeffrey Spahn Gallery
John Mason, ‘John Mason Trans Orb Ceramic Sculpture’, Late 20th Century, Jeffrey Spahn Gallery
John Mason, ‘John Mason Trans Orb Ceramic Sculpture’, Late 20th Century, Jeffrey Spahn Gallery

John Mason is renowned as being one of the leaders of 20th Century ceramics, transitioning clay into the world of sculpture. Mason attended Otis Art Institute, and later worked closely with Peter Voulkos. Mason is recognized for his focus and steady investigation of mathematical concepts relating to rotation, symmetry, and modules as well as his formal innovation with the ceramic medium.

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