Post-Consumer Series: Cup Saucer

Artwork

Identifier:
2008.233.1b
Artist:
Daniel L. Bare
Medium:
90% Post-Consumer Ceramic Objects, 9% Glaze, and 1% Ceramic Raw Materials
Date:
2008
Dimensions:
Artworks - Height: 7.5 in Width: 6 in Depth: 5.75 in
Description:
Three plates cradle two patterned tea cups. All covered in an orange, black and blue glaze.
Historical Context:
Daniel Bare is a Ceramic Technician and Instructor in GVSU's Art and Design Department. In my work, I examine the impact of overproduction, consumption and disposal of resources to show how these actions affect ecological balance. "I feel an over-powering sense of gluttony and greed when I see the plethora of disregarded products that are briefly used and disposed casually. This cycle is indicative of a human view of resources and the world as an endless and miraculously self-renewing material. Curiously, one could see a beauty and power in the vastness of multiples and the sheer numbers of objects that are crafted everyday without notice."
Credit:
GVSU Collection
Getty Art and Architecture Thesaurus Term
ceramic
Current Location:
Allendale Campus -> Kirkhof Center
Location Notes:
KC; LL, Outside of Rm. 0072