Art pottery has been popular since the ancient times. Thousands and thousands of art pottery came from different parts of the world and that is why people travels the world just to collect it.
Art pottery can be found in museum or in an auction houses. The more antique and history the pot has the valuable and expensive they can get. If you find art pottery interesting, you can start collecting them by bidding online for an incredible art pottery collection. Be sure to browse our website for various kinds of art pottery available today.
Dallas Tourist Attraction - Dallas Museum of Art
The Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 North Harwood exists in Dallas, Texas has in one form or another since 1903. It was originally known as the Dallas Art Association and is one of the paintings by the members at the Dallas Public Library. It moved out of different buildings Over the years, until it came to its current location in 1984.
The current size of the collection is to separate more than 23,000 works of art representative of many different types, periods and cultures calculated. This collection includes African art, pottery, clothing and decorative focus on sub-Saharan art. This is mainly of two famous collections, the Clark and Frances Stillman Collection of Congo Sculpture and the collection of Gustav and Franyo Schindler. The American Historical Collection exhibits paintings, Sculptures, manuscripts and representative of the total population of North America. The collection of the Dallas Museum of Art also offers many millions of dollars worth of art in Ancient Native-American, Ancient Mediterranean, Asian, Contemporary, European, Pacific Island Polynesia, origins and styles.
The crown jewel of the Dallas Museum Art of the Wendy and Emery Reves Collection. It was donated in 1985 by Wendy Reves in memory of her late husband. This collection includes over 1,400 individual pieces of art of painting, Sculpture, decorative pieces, textiles, ceramics, silver, and worked in the modern era, Impressionism and Post-Impressionist styles. Some of the most famous works were of Auguste Rodin, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, Honoré Daumier, Gustave Courbet, Edouard Manet, Paul Cézanne doing, and Vincent van Gogh. The value of the Reves Collection is more than 30 million U.S. dollars estimated. Thus, its meaning, that Dallas Museum of Art built a new 15,000 square-foot wing, only to place the collection.
A museum of this Size also expected to host numerous exhibitions, and the Dallas Museum of Art is no slouch in this regard. It hosts an average of 20 trips Exhibitions and shows each year. In the last two of the most notable were Van Gogh's Sheaves of Wheat and a large collection of paintings and sculptures by Matisse. The museum was honored one of only four museums in the country that will be hosting the traveling exhibition "King Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs," which will arrive in fall 2008 and departing mid-May 2009. How can you look at the art community of Dallas, Texas itself, and many surrounding states are very keen to visit the once-in-a-lifetime.
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Frequently Asked Questions...
im designing my own art (pottery) studio for a project in art class...?
where might I go to get information on what I need in the studio, what would be the best layout and where I can get all the equipment and materials?
There are a couple of good books on Pilchuck (Ceramics at .. and Pottery at .. ) that include some studio images. At the ceramics supply place (clay and stuff) I use there is a considerable supply of books with several on the business of being a potter with layouts and equipment.
I do know that lots of storage is needed for air drying, bisque fired and being glazed, ready for shipping, etc.