Please help ID stoneware pot/vase

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Post by threecats3 July 12th 2009, 1:21 am

Hello,
This is my first post to the forum--I've already learned a lot and I've only read since yesterday. I am just an amateur collector out in the PNW of the US, trying to learn about the rich history of art pottery on the west coast in the last 75 years because I'm just viscerally drawn to it whenever I see it, so I might as well learn about what I'm seeing...

I have several pieces I can't identify (with my limited resources--books of marks and searches online) -- I would greatly appreciate help on them. Here's a first one, a piece that seems simple but the more I look at it the more I see:
Please help ID stoneware pot/vase Rockva13

And the bottom:
Please help ID stoneware pot/vase Rockva14

These are thumbnails that are supposedly clickable for a larger size. Thanks very much for any ID help anyone knows.
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Post by threecats3 July 12th 2009, 5:13 am

Is it all right for me to ask if anyone knows anything about the following names/marks?

Dallas '76
Sigrid Gould (I've found out that she studied with Shoji Hamada and lived in Wilsonville, OR, but don't know more than that)
P Corson '67
Rallone
ABELE (sculpture of a 'gent' man in a suit)
Dave Pollock
CEP
TG '59
Kelly H '86
VM (the V inside the middle of the M)

I also have a small pot by Wally Schwab, a couple by Bennett Welsh, a larger vase by Glen Burris, and others with just marks, no names...but the ones I've listed here I can't find any more information about. They're all late 20th c., mostly modernist looking, mostly stoneware. Also have some porcelains and crystalline glazes I am trying to learn about, but those can wait :) *Anything* about any of these, or fresh leads to anything about them, would be so much appreciated.
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Post by Pip July 12th 2009, 9:02 am

Hiya threecats3 - it might be an idea to create separate posts with descriptive titles about each of your enquiries because at the moment they're not going to get noticed lurking at the end of this ID request. For example, a thread called 'Sigrid Gould - more info pls' would be much more visible to someone who may actually know and be able to help.

Glad to hear you're enjoying the forum and learning stuff - I'm sure we'll all be able to learn from you too!

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Post by threecats3 July 12th 2009, 5:59 pm

Ah, thanks, Pip. There I was trying not to clutter the forum :) Maybe I'll put the list of names into a separate thread entitled "PNW pottery more info pls" so I won't be listing each name separately. I'll learn :)

And re the pot I posted pics of yesterday -- I just wanted to give people a little more description. The glaze on the outside is mostly matte but when the light catches it on the sides of the facets they glow a light blue somehow. The inside glaze is glossy. The walls are also quite thin but somehow support the subtle facets--not heavy or coarse at all when you see it and touch it.
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Post by Pip July 12th 2009, 6:10 pm

Cluttering up the forum with multiple postings is positively encouraged - no need to restrain yourself :-)

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