Introduction
Peter Voulkos (born Panagiotis Harry Voulkos on 29 January 1924 in Bozeman, Montana – deceased on 16 February 2002 in Bowling Green, Ohio) was an American artist of Greek descent. He is known for his abstract expressionist ceramic sculptures, which crossed the traditional divide between ceramic crafts and fine art. He established the ceramics department at the Los Angeles County Art Institute and at UC Berkeley.
Wikidata
Q3376949
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Introduction
An American ceramicist who helped the craft garner acceptance as an art form by creating abstract expressionist works that vacillate between sculpture and ceramic.
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Ceramicist, Designer, Sculptor
Name
Peter Voulkos
Ulan
500081144
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