Item: Seated Warrior
Designer/Maker: Maurice Grossman – A legendary Arizona potter, he studied at Wayne State University, Ohio State University, Alfred University and the Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit. He taught at the University of Arizona for over 30 years and was a founding member of the Arizona Designer Craftsmen. He also received numerous grants and awards and some selected exhibitions include: Ceramic Nationals, Everson Museum, N.Y. Fiber, Clay, Metal, St. Paul, MN. Museum of Contemporary Crafts, N.Y. Scripps College, Claremont, CA. Krannert Museum Century 21 Center, Seattle, WA. Denver Museum Smithsonian Institution, Traveling Exhibition Arizona Designer Craftsmen Exhibitions 1958-2005
Description: Hand built figure on a stool from the Viet Nam era when Grossman produced many similar sculptures both individually and in groups on slab-built rafts with titles like “Boat of Soldiers” and “Queen’s Barge.” This Japanese-inspired seated warrior was originally in the inventory of the Dick Seeger Design Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ.
Dimensions: 3” w, 2” d, 4” h
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