David Kuraoka: Bronze and Pitfire. 2004. VG SC Staplebound Self-Published Bron..

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David Kuraoka: Bronze and Pitfire
Morse, Marcia
David Kuraoka
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Notes: Very Good 4to 10" x 9 1/4" white pictorial stiff paper staplebound art catalog featuring David Kuraoka's 2003 bronze work "Mangoes" to front, photograph of his 2003 and 2004 bronze works "Hanakapi'ai #2" and "Hanalei Night" on exhibit to back, white lettering to front and back, minimal foxing to front, minor shelfwear and wear to bottom tip, otherwise crisp, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. Unpaginated, includes full-color images, most full-page, 2 full-color photographs of Kuraoka working on his clay forms, and a review by Honolulu Weekly art critic, Marcia Morse. Self-published on occasion of David Kuraoka's body of work "Bronze and Pitfire" with a Bronze Installation at 425 Market Street, San Francisco in 2004. From the art review: "Kuraoka is best known for his pitfired forms in which the clay body becomes a three-dimensional canvas for an extraordinary and subtle palette of hues. His current exhibition, however, includes a broad range of work that offers further testament to his versatility, and his awareness that with different approaches to his work, he can say different things with clay." Acquired from the private library of photorealist, Robert Bechtle and art historian, Whitney Chadwick. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.