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Vonney Ball : ceramics / text Helen Schamroth ; photographs Geoff Ball.

By: Schamroth, Helen.
Contributor(s): Ball, Geoff [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Massey University Press, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 175 pages : colour illustrations, colour portrait ; 25 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0995102902; 9780995102903.Other title: Ceramics.Subject(s): Ball, Vonney | Women potters -- New Zealand | Pottery, New ZealandGenre/Form: Biographies.DDC classification: 738.092 Summary: "Ceramic artist Vonney Ball's elegant output reflects a sound education in English ceramics design, a singularity of purpose and a drive to keep making work. Twenty years on from her arrival in New Zealand, her work connects cultural experiences from opposite ends of the earth. Vonney Ball: Ceramics surveys her work and examines her influences, from Bloomsbury to Maori art and design."--Publisher's description.
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Ceramic artist Vonney Ball's elegant output reflects a sound education in English ceramics design, a singularity of purpose and a drive to keep making work. Twenty years on from her arrival in New Zealand, her work connects cultural experiences from opposite ends of the earth. Vonney Ball: Ceramics surveys her work and examines her influences, from Bloomsbury to Maori art and design.

"Ceramic artist Vonney Ball's elegant output reflects a sound education in English ceramics design, a singularity of purpose and a drive to keep making work. Twenty years on from her arrival in New Zealand, her work connects cultural experiences from opposite ends of the earth. Vonney Ball: Ceramics surveys her work and examines her influences, from Bloomsbury to Maori art and design."--Publisher's description.