NCECA is thrilled to announce that its recent DVD release in the series entitled The Spirit of Ceramics. Volume 6: Linda Arbuckle: Fresh Color on Pottery has been selected for feed to public, educational television stations throughout the US through the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA). The program feed will be available for stations on Monday, July 11 from 12:30-1 PM Eastern.
Linda Arbuckle: Fresh Color on Clay explores the work of Florida potter Linda Arbuckle whose widely collected and exhibited utilitarian forms incorporate richly colored and patterned surfaces often featuring motifs of native flora. A faculty member at the University of Florida, Gainesville since 1992, the artist is also a celebrated master educator. During its 2011 conference, NCECA named Linda Arbuckle an Honorary Member of the Council in recognition of her service to the field of ceramic art and education.
The Spirit of Ceramics DVD series documents the life of artists that have contributed greatly to the field of contemporary ceramic art. This release paints a portrait of Linda Arbuckle who lives in Gainesville, Florida. The film takes us inside her home, studio, and classroom to offer an intimate glimpse into her life, personal relationships and pursuit of beauty in everyday life that inspire her. In addition, the film includes a demonstration of Arbuckle’s majolica glazing techniques, as well as a slideshow of her colorful work with images spanning the entirety of her decades-long career.
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