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The Artistry and History of Mata Ortiz
 
Code: A1440
Authors: John V. Bezy & Stuart D. Scott
ISBN: 9781450720670
Soft cover: 164 pages, 9" x 12".

Member Price: $25.60
Non-Member Price: $29.95


Part I of this volume presents the natural and human history of the Mata Ortiz region including the pre-Columbian city of Paquime. Part II focuses on the second generation of artists who have taken the renaissance in ceramics started by Juan Quezada in the mid-1970s to new levels of creativity and excellence. Forty-five young artists and their representative pieces are presented in color photos and accompanying descriptions. Their beautiful work is inspiring a new generation of potters and providing exceptional pleasure to many who appreciate fine art. ^~Authors: John V. Bezy & Stuart D. Scott ^~ISBN: 9781450720670 ^~Soft cover: 164 pages, 9" x 12".
 
 
 
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