Works prior to 1980

Body Cast: Male

Body Cast: Male

unfired ceramic clay, cast from life; 1975

Body Cast: Female

Body Cast: Female

fired ceramic clay, cast from life; 1975

Slab Piece

Slab Piece

fired clay and oxides, approximately 3’ x 5’ (flush with ground); 1976

Slab Piece: detail

Slab Piece: detail

fired clay and oxides, approximately 3’ x 5’ (flush with ground); 1976

Thirty Blocks

Thirty Blocks

fired clay and oxides, 4’ x 6’ (flush with ground); George Winne Memorial Garden, University of California, San Diego; 1976

Thirty Blocks: detail

Thirty Blocks: detail

fired clay and oxides, 4’ x 6’ (flush with ground); George Winne Memorial Garden, University of California, San Diego; 1976

Thirty Blocks: detail

Thirty Blocks: detail

fired clay and oxides, 4’ x 6’ (flush with ground); George Winne Memorial Garden, University of California, San Diego; 1976

Thirty Blocks: detail

Thirty Blocks: detail

fired clay and oxides, 4’ x 6’ (flush with ground); George Winne Memorial Garden, University of California, San Diego; 1976

This page is under construction while 35mm slides from my archive are being scanned.

 

In the meantime, information about some of these earlier works can be found at:

 

•  Interpreting Ceramics

       The University Wales, Cardiff

 

•  KPBS

       NPR, San Diego

 

Several years ago SoundCloud featured a piece set to an image of Body Cast: Female (music/words by Jon Bushaway /The Dead Company and vocal by Diana Harmon Garnand). You can see a screen- shot of the page here and listen to the music below.

Body (Sadness & Sorrow pt6) - The Dead Company ft Diana Harmon Garnand
00:00 / 00:00

All artwork on this site © Virginia Maksymowicz.

Most photographs are by Blaise Tobia or Virginia Maksymowicz

other photos are credited.

Some works are collaborative.

Some permissions for use and distribution

available through a Creative Commons License

Attribution - NonCommercial - NoDerivs 3.0

 

Thirty Blocks

fired clay and oxides, 4’ x 6’ (flush with ground); George Winne Memorial Garden, University of California, San Diego; 1976