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Portrait jars? Face jugs - portrat vessels

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From: Judy Decker (Jdecker_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Nov 01 2001 - 16:49:25 PST


Here are some links for Face jugs (don't know if they are still active):

Brief into to history of face jugs
http://www.barnwellweb.com/pawprintpottery/
Contemporary ceramic artist
http://www.barnwellweb.com/pawprintpottery/face_jugs.htm

Contemporary potter
http://www.bothwellgallery.com/articlemikehanning.htm
http://www.bothwellgallery.com/hanning2.htm

Jim Bozeman- contemporary
http://www.bozeman.simplenet.com/

Dave the Slave-
http://www.sc.edu/dave/#research

http://www.sc-heritagecorridor.org/html/dis16.html

Slavery in Carolina- colono ware
http://www.sciway.net/hist/chicora/slavery18-3.html

African American Women and Medicine: Expanding Interpretations of Colono
Ware
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Oracle/9412/thesis.html

Colonial era pottery used by African slaves
http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~sdemay/index.html

http://www.caseantiques.com/folkpottery.htm

Burlon Craig
http://www.selectpottery.com/bcraig.htm

N. Carolina- Lesson Plan
http://www.mintmuseum.org/craftingnc/08-menu-07-b.htm
History- pottery in N Carolina
http://www.mintmuseum.org/craftingnc/02-01-001.htm
http://www.mintmuseum.org/craftingnc/02-03-001-d.htm
http://www.mintmuseum.org/craftingnc/02-03-001-e.htm

Contemporary- North Carolina
http://www.jspottery.com/jspottery/facejugs/facejugs.html

Making Faces- Exhibit McKissick Museum
http://www.tfaoi.com/aa/1aa/1aa678.htm

Lanier Meaders
http://web.cln.com/archives/gwinnett/newsstand/archives/082199/cover2.htm

S Carolina- Clayton Bailey
http://www.claytonbailey.com/jugheads.htm

Alisson McCauley (contemporary
http://www.visitsoutherncomfort.com/potfacjugand1.html

England- Medieval history
http://www.postex.demon.co.uk/thesis/ch7/7main.htm

I have done African inspired portrait vessels with students:
http://www2.wcoil.com/~mdecker/craftsaf.htm

....and portrat vessels inspired by Mayan ceramics and sculpture.

Judy Decker

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