Published June 20, 2005 by Elvehjem Museum .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Contributions||Jody Clowes (Compiler)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
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Don Reitz is recognized as one of the most important and influential ceramic artists of this century. Trained at Alfred University in the early s, Reitz has pursued a life-long investigation of salt and wood firing of his ceramic pieces in order to preserve the Author: Chazen Museum of Art, Jody Clowes.
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Peter Held, contemporary ceramic scholar, calls Reitz, “ a modern day folk legend and larger than life.”. Donald Lester Reitz (November 7, – Ma ) was an American ceramic artist, recognized for inspiring a reemergence of salt glaze pottery in United States.
He was a teacher of ceramic art at the University of Wisconsin–Madison from until During this period, he adapted the pottery firing technique developed in the Middle Ages, which involved pouring salt into the. Biography A folk legend Don Reitz book the ilk of Paul Bunyan and Tom Sawyer, Don Reitz is highly regarded for his ceramic work.
Life changed for the potter, artist, and teacher when he discovered and revived a neglected technique of salt firing that yields unpredictable surface textures and unexpected colors.
Reitz’s early years read like episodic adventures in a Mark Twain novel. An avid fisher and trapper, Reitz enjoyed hobbies that kept him out-of-doors in the rural New Jersey community where he grew up. He struggled with severe dyslexia, and preferred activities where he could work with his hands, such as woodworking and art.
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Don Reitz is recognized as one of the most important and influential ceramic artists of this century. Trained at Alfred University in the early s, Reitz has pursued a life-long investigation of salt and wood firing of his ceramic pieces in order to preserve the energy and freshness of his artistic marks and gestures.
Finding that the texture and unpredictability of salt-firing suited his. “In a way, it is an art,” Mr. Reitz wrote in a autobiographical essay in the magazine Ceramics Monthly. “You have to know how to cut and display. The insert written by Don Reitz is a very good explanation of how to fire a salt kiln.
The catalog of salt-fired pottery is a good insight of work being done at the time this was put together (). Read more. Helpful.
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In he was named one of the top twelve world’s greatest living potters by Ceramics Monthly readers. records for Don Reitz. Find Don Reitz's phone number, address, and email on Spokeo, the leading online directory for contact information.
(Page 2). Reitz’s style was characterized by “a kind of tension between a respect for classical pottery form and a really kind of brash, impetuous approach to working with wet clay,” Jody Clowes, the curator of “Don Reitz: Clay, Fire, Salt and Wood,” a touring exhibition ofsaid in an interview on Friday.
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His lifelong investigation of salt and wood firing is primarily responsible for the revival of a technique that was originally used to put a glazed surface on. Apr 8, - Explore Vickie Silveus Cook's board "Don Reitz", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about ceramics, pottery, wood kiln pins. Early life and education. Donald Lipski was born in Chicago, Illinois in He was raised in the northern suburb of Highland Park, the son and grandson of bicycle gh his first welded sculptures as a teen won him The Scholastic Art Award in high school, he was a history major and anti-war activist at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, earning a B.A.
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Past recipients include Don Reitz, Val Cushing, Nino Caruso, Gutte Eriksen, and Paul Soldner, and Meyers later said he was "awestruck" at the honor as he was a C student most of his life. That same year, he was awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts.Biography.
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