Exhibition: Fowler in Focus: Ceramics of Papua New Guinea: Cooking pot(gun), Bosman peoples; Ramu River, Madang Province, Papua New Guinea; Unglazed earthenware

Exhibition: Fowler in Focus: Ceramics of Papua New Guinea: Cooking pot(gun)…

Tara Burke, NSW | #Repost @taracarbonara ・・・ hello Sydney ceramicists, are any of you doing a reduction firing over the next week or so..? #australianceramics

hello Sydney ceramicists, are any of you doing a reduction firing over the next week or so.

Female head, modeled from the Aphrodite of Cnidus, circa 150 BC, Turkey. Louvre

FCBTC / Marble female head copied from the Aphrodite of Knidos by Praxiteles (mid-fourth century BC), called The Kaufmann Head Greek, Asia Minor, ca.

Head of Aphrodite (The Bartlett Head), Greek, 330–300 B.C. Marble, 11 5/16 in. high. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Francis Bartlett Donation of 1900

Head of Aphrodite (The Bartlett Head) Greek, made in Athens, B. found in Athens Marble 11 in. cm) high Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Francis Bartlett Donation of 1900

Roman Mythology, Roman Art, Aphrodite, Art Sculptures, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Anatomy Sculpture, Stone Carving, Artemis

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. We all are unique; therefore, we all have value. This is a collection of many things that I find inspiring and beautiful.

Beverley Holmes-Wright, Designer-Maker, Stitching for the Soul, Appliqued textile, free-machine embroidery and stitch pattern work.

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