ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMICS Guide

Pine Mountain settlement School
Series 32: ARTS and CRAFTS
CERAMICS
Guide

Ceramic Salt Glaze Pot and Photo by Paul Lynn.   lynn_paul_comm_025b

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ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMICS Guide

The following GUIDE is a fluid document as more documents are discovered in the archives they will be entered as part of this GUIDE.

The organization of the GUIDE is based in large part on three folders of 1965 – 1970 material gathered to document the early attempt to create a pottery program at the School.  The archival materials detail the establishment of a pottery program that focused on salt-glazed pottery that was researched and outfitted by Paul Lynn, a staff member at Pine Mountain in the late 1960s through 1970. Lynn had an interest in the craft and he sought to inform himself and those around him about salt-glazed pottery. He sought to establish a pottery studio at the School. The studio he created was housed in the old Electrical Power House, near the Chapel on the campus, and included a restructuring of the building to include a woodfired kiln to be used with the salt-glazed pottery initiative.

His papers and notes follow. While the material was archivally ordered in the late 1990s, this digital re-ordering is made to accommodate additional material and is based on the demands associated with re-vitalizing the Pottery program at the School as new equipment comes to the School and as Community interest in pottery grows.   The following pages attempt to establish an archival framework of pottery activity at Pine Mountain Settlement School. The following material from the files left by Paul Lynn at the School form the core of pottery exploration at the School, to date.


SALT GLAZE POTTERY 1965 – 1970

DOCUMENTS CERAMICS  SET I

1965-1969 POTTERY SALT GLAZING I
SALT GLAZING CORRESPONDENCE I
SALT GLAZING FIRING RECORDS I
SALT GLAZING MISC.

DOCUMENTS CERAMICS  SET II

1965-1969 POTTERY SALT GLAZING II
SALT GLAZING CORRESPONDENCE II
SALT GLAZING FIRING RECORDS II
SALT GLAZING MISC. II

DOCUMENTS CERAMICS  SET III

1966-1970 POTTERY SALT GLAZING III
SALT GLAZING CORRESPONDENCE III
SALT GLAZING FIRING RECORDS III
SALT GLAZING MISC. III

The above organization has been re-distributed across the following WEB pages

ARTS AND CRAFTS Guide

ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMICS Guide

ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMICS Correspondence, Literature and Bibliographic References

ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMICS Organizing and Marketing Pottery 1960s

ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMICS Pottery Philosophy and Planning 1965 – 1970

ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMICS Pottery  Salt-Glazing Technical and Equipment

ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMICS Pottery Literature and Bibliographic Resources [Password access]

ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMICS PMSS Pottery Photographs

ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMICS Pottery Salt Glazed Document Inventory Set I



SEE

ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMICS Guide
PAUL LYNN Staff
PAUL LYNN Photograph Album
MARY ROGERS Staff

SEE ALSO

ARTS AND CRAFTS Guide
ARTS and CRAFTS CERAMICS [Series 38]
ARTS AND CRAFTS WEAVING [Series 37]
ARTS AND CRAFTS WOODCRAFT [Series 39]
ARTS AND CRAFTS PAINTING [See individual artist]
ARTS AND CRAFTS TOYS
ARTS AND CRAFTS