Pieza de cerámica de Jack Troy

Artículo de Wladimir Vivas sobre la obra del cerámista norteamericano Jack Troy

Jun Kaneko (b1942) is a Japanese ceramic artist living in the US. His technique involves the use of masking tape & colored slips. He frequently favors the large oval plate as one his sculptural formats, which serves as a canvas for arrangements of straight, curving, and spiraling lines, creating an interplay of abstract imagery on a 3D dimensional surface. His is work is included in more than 40 museums.

Jun Kaneko (b1942) is a Japanese ceramic artist living in the US. His technique involves the use of masking tape & colored slips. He frequently favors the large oval plate as one his sculptural formats, which serves as a canvas for arrangements of straight, curving, and spiraling lines, creating an interplay of abstract imagery on a 3D dimensional surface. His is work is included in more than 40 museums.

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