Designer/Maker: Amy Donaldson – Born in San Francisco and trained as a painter, studying at the University if Denver and Reed Art School in Denver. Later, in California, she focused on watercolors, studying with Rex Brandt. She began to exhibit her pottery during the early 1950’s in San Diego as a member of the Allied Craftsmen and the San Diego Art Guild. As a potter, she studied with Shoji Hamada and Dean Strawn among others.
In addition to countless shows in the San Diego area, Amy Donaldson exhibited at: Everson Museum, Syracuse, New York (3 Ceramic Nationals); Wichita Art Association; Oakland Art Museum; National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; Los Angeles County Museum; Fine Arts Gallery, San Diego; Los Angeles County Fair, Pomona; Long Beach Museum of Art; So. Cal. Exposition, Del Mar; Scripps College; Denver Art Museum; Ca. State Fair, Sacramento.
Description: Smooth and refined stoneware bowl in aquatic green with blue brush strokes and a darker foot. Circa late 1950s – early 1960s, signed by the artist.
Dimensions: 5-3/4” x 3-1/2” h
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