Quotes About Pottery

Quotes tagged as "pottery" (showing 1-16 of 16)
Niall Horan
“Give it up for Harry Pottery”
Niall Horan

Janet Fitch
“I thought clay must feel happy in the good potter's hand.”
Janet Fitch, White Oleander

A.S. Byatt
“...failure with clay was more complete and more spectacular than with other forms of art. You are subject to the elements... Any one of the old four - earth, air, fire, water - can betray you and melt, or burst, or shatter - months of work into dust and ashes and spitting steam. You need to be a precise scientist, and you need to know how to play with what chance will do to your lovingly constructed surfaces in the heat of the kiln.”
A.S. Byatt, The Children's Book

“When the ball that was my heart ws broken,... laughter fell out".”
Beatrice Wood

“E Concrematio. Confirmatio--out ot the fire comes firmness, through stress we pass to strength.”
Charles F. Binns

“Later in life the force of abstinence was to really be understood and my parent's problems became very clear. When will man appreciate his pleasures and respect them enough to indulge in moderation?”
Theresa Sjoquist, Yvonne Rust: Maverick Spirit

“I realised that I had become too introverted. When you are the person everyone comes to in an isolated area, you have no-one to discuss things with. It's good up to a point but dreadful in a way. You simply have to have the corners rubbed off you and have criticism that's pretty cruel if you are to toe the line.”
Theresa Sjoquist

“I know where I am going now with art. I have found myself. Yvonne Rust 1994, aged 72.”
Theresa Sjoquist

“I have never found a solo life is devastated.At times it is lonely.It is a selfish life doing only the things you want to do. That is what the general public are jealous of but are not prepared to take the loneliness to reap the excitement that only solos can accept without having to consider others.”
Theresa Sjoquist

“Meanwhile the doctor in Kaitaia had made known to the Education Dept the behaviour patterns of the Rusts in Te Hapua. The Dept always interfered in the private lives of teachers. Break up in marriage was not to be tolerated and an intervention of this authority forced the Rusts to report to Parawera School in the Waikato.”
Theresa Sjoquist

“In my small way I became an integral part of the pottery movement, and added fuel to the fire which consumed New Zealand and and swept pottery to the forefront of the of the fifties and sixties.”
Theresa Sjoquist, Yvonne Rust: Maverick Spirit

“In 1946 there was no money in art, no dealer galleries, no craft shops. After the war we started to teach art in every school for the first time. Our generation played a crucial role. We were the stepping stones towards today's galleries.”
Theresa Sjoquist

“The pa system has broken down. Society has broken down.”
Theresa Sjoquist, Yvonne Rust: Maverick Spirit

“جودي بوصلِك
واطفئي حُرقة المشتاق
حنانيك
بصبٍّ مدنفِ يهفو
لقبلةٍ وعناق
فمتى يا منية النّفسِ
متى
نُشعلُ الجوى بالتلاقِ

أي ذنبٍ في هواكِ
جنيته
يا منْ ملكتِ الفؤاد ثم سلوته
لماذا الهجر والسلوان
وأنتِ حبَّةُ القلبِ
وأنتِ سلوة الوجدان”
Tahani Shihab

“Her small bedroom was decorated with cheerfully embroidered samplers, which she had stitched herself, and a shelf containing an intricate shellwork tableau. In her parlor, the chimneypiece was crammed with pottery owls, sheep, and dogs, and dishes painted with blue and white Chinoiserie fruits and flowers. Along the picture rail of one wall was an array of brightly colored plates. Dotted about the other walls were half a dozen seascape engravings showing varying climactic conditions, from violent tempest to glassy calm. To the rear was an enormous closet that she used as a storeroom, packed with bottled delicacies such as greengage plums in syrup, quince marmalade, nasturtium pickles, and mushroom catsup, which infused all three rooms with the sharp but tantalizing aromas of vinegar, fruit, and spices.”
Janet Gleeson, The Thief Taker

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