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 Howard William Kottler  (1930 - 1989)

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Lived/Active: Washington      Known for: sculptor-ceramic mod forms

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Homage to Gertrude (four works)
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
From Seattle, Washington, his earthenware sculpture was influenced by Noritake china, an imported Japanese Art Deco porcelain popular in the U.S. in the 1920s and 30s. He combined this interest with contemporary art movements including Pop Art and Surrealism, and many of his works suggest profiles of figures and self-portraits. A special exhibit of his sculpture was held fall, 1998 at Shaw Guido Gallery in Pontiac, Michigan.

He was born and raised in the Midwest and then spent 25 years teaching at the University of Washington in Seattle. One of his students was the famous ceramist, Micheal Lucero.

Biography from Butler Institute of American Art:
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Education : BA from Ohio State University; MA from Ohio State University; MFA Cranbrook Academy of Art.

Awards :
Fulbright Grant to study in Finland 1957-1958

Teaching : Ceramic courses at Columbus Community Centers; Ohio State University.

Exhibitions
Cleveland Museum of Art May Show 1955; Columbus Gallery of Art 1955; Cleveland Museum of Art 1956; Columbus Art League Annual 1956; Ohio State Fair 1956; Butler Institute of American Art 9th Annual Ohio Ceramic Show 1957; Detroit Institute of Art 1957; Chicago Institute of Art 1957; Everson Museum of Art 21st Ceramic National 1960; Art Institute of Zanesville one-man show 1960; Wichita Art Association 1th National Decorative Arts; Kalamazoo Institute of Art Craftsmen and Designers of the Midwest 1962; McPherson College 1962; St. Paul Gallery of Art 1962


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