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 Thelma Frazier  (1905 - 1977)

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Lived/Active: Ohio      Known for: pottery

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Large vitreous enamel on metal with queen (framed), Ohio, 1950s
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:

Thelma Frazier was a sculptor, painter, and enameller, who worked early in her career at Cowan Pottery and collaborated with her husband Edward Winter on many art projects. She wrote a book entitled The Art and Craft of Ceramic Sculpture (pub 1973).

Although she was probably associated with them earlier, Thelma officially joined Cowan Pottery Company in 1929 upon her graduation from the Cleveland School of Art. In 1930, her forthcoming marriage to Dr. Henry Welch was announced (in an undated news clipping attached to a scrapbook page for 1930). This wedding either did not occur, or was short lived, since Thelma Frazier was again listed as an entrant in the 1930 May Show (though perhaps entered under her maiden name).

In any event, she apparently married Edward Winter in 1939, eight years after the demise of the Cowan Pottery Company.

Frazier is apparently well represented in the Cleveland Museum of Art, The Everson Museum of Syracuse NY, and The Rocky River Public Library Cowan Pottery Collection, Ohio.

Submitted February 2004 by Michael Hickman, pottery collector. His sources are:
The Collectors Encyclopedia of Cowan Pottery, by Saloff
Art Potter of the United States, by Evans
A Century of Ceramics in the United States, by Clark and Hughto
Art Deco and Modernist Ceramics, by McCready
The History of American Ceramics, by Levin

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