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Old 05-09-2018, 04:32 PM
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I stumbled upon this in Pittsburgh while attending the 2018 NCECA conference, (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts). A tea bowl by Dan Anderson, (https://americanart.si.edu/artist/dan-anderson-27925), with a decal of Stan Musial! I was looking to add a piece to my ceramics collection but certainly didn’t expect to find a baseball tie in.

Interestingly enough, (at least to me), there was an author speaking on the topic of tea bowls. She contends that the form itself has been elevated to iconic status in the west. When I spoke to her about the Musial tea bowl, she made the comment: “How wonderful, an icon on an icon!”
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Awesome! I know dan...and im a ceramics afficionado as well. I have a dan anderson orchid pot with a few images of japanese baseball players on it!!!
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Nice!
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Interesting piece. And I like how the thread title rolls off the tongue.
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I teach HS art. How was that image applied? After glazing and firing?
Could I do it with my class next year. Live to know the technique.
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Awesome! I know dan...and im a ceramics afficionado as well. I have a dan anderson orchid pot with a few images of japanese baseball players on it!!!
Very cool! I was wondering if he had used any other baseball images in his work. (A friend of mine picked up a different Dan Anderson tea bowl with Bo Diddley on it.) Would be great to see an image of it if you have it nearby.
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Old 05-09-2018, 09:22 PM
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I teach HS art. How was that image applied? After glazing and firing?
Could I do it with my class next year. Live to know the technique.
Scott
Cool! I teach elementary art & also run our HS Art Club. Here's a link: https://rothshank.com/justins-work/decal-resources/

I've experimented with laser printers and decal papers with mixed results. For students I would look into stock decals. Some places will let you customize.

Good Luck!

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Thanks for the link. Scott
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Very cool! I was wondering if he had used any other baseball images in his work. (A friend of mine picked up a different Dan Anderson tea bowl with Bo Diddley on it.) Would be great to see an image of it if you have it nearby.
I believe dan is a cards fan...hence the musial yunomi. He uses decals a lot...in his water/oil tower pots...and as of lately...last few year he's been using some japanese baseball decals as well. I'll try to get an image up today.

btw dan is on facebook and would certainly answer any questions you may have.

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Old 05-11-2018, 08:06 AM
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here you go!
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