Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Art One - Coil Pottery

Below are examples of pottery made with coils from different artists and cultures.  Which is your favorite and why? 
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Ancient Greek - Black Figure

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Egyptian Canopy Jars

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African Pottery

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Maria Martinez - Mexico

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Acoma Pueblo - New Mexico, USA

15 comments:

  1. The ancient Greek pottery was my personal favorite because of the stories they all told. The paint and lacquer that covered the sides of every vase and pot told a story that held meaning and significance to the Greek culture.

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  2. I adore the Egyptian Canopy Jars because I've always loved Egyptian culture and Egyptian mythology. And I can name the gods on the jars just by glancing! Horus, Anubis, -probably- Sekhmet,and -most likely- Osiris.

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  3. The ancient Greek pots are my favorite because there paintings tell a story.

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  4. The Acoma Pueblo because I like the design, the shape and the symmetry of the pot

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  5. I like the Acoma Pueblo because of the white and black designs that they did around the pot. Also how the shapes start small and get bigger at the bottom of the pot.

    Blake Jones

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  6. I like the very last one because of the pattern/color scheme it has, it really speaks to me.

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  7. i like the 1st one because it is interesting and has a certain story or message behind the picture.

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  8. My favorites are the first, fourth, and fifth. But for this comment i'll say that the fourth is my favorite. That coil pot is my favorite because it looks sleek, matte and glossy. I also love the patterns and shape of the pot.
    Erica Fuller

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  9. My favorite is the first pot because of the color and how ancient it looks

    -Chasity Cummings

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  10. I like Acoma Pueblo pottery because of the colors and the way the shapes start off small and get bigger as the vase gets bigger too

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  11. my favorite is the second to last one because it is very symmetrical and it looks cool

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  12. I like Ancient Greek because it shows character and creativity!

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  13. my favorite is the first one because you can really see that there was a lot of time spend to make the pot look nice

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  14. My favorite is the egyptian one because it really represents the the hsitory and their culture.

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  15. balck figure bc it shows the essence of Greek Culture.

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