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- "A Roman Interior"
- "After Mexico in Kyoto"
- "Alessandro's Room"
- "Boardwalk Vase"
- "Chinese Pleasures III"
- "Chinese Pleasures IV"
- "Chinese Pleasures"
- "Greek Pots Visit Edo"
- "Kabuki Space"
- "Nile View"
- "Pavilion"
- "Picking Plum Blossoms"
- "Polka Dot Skirt"
- "Portuguese Palace Couple"
- "Sienna"
- "Spring"
- "Terra Cotta Vases & Flowers #4"
- "The Ming Sisters"
- "The White & Black Set"
- "Vases and Windows III-03"
- "Vases and Windows IV-02"
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"A Roman Interior"

Betty Woodman
"After Mexico in Kyoto"

Betty Woodman
"Alessandro's Room"

Betty Woodman
"Boardwalk Vase"

Betty Woodman
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Betty Woodman : Born in 1930 , Norwalk, Connecticut : Lives in New York and Italy

Betty Woodman is a leading American ceramist whose dazzling inventions with form and color have moved beyond the traditional domain of craft and consistently challenged the limits of the medium.

Since 1985, Woodman has collaborated with Master printer Bud Shark to produce monotypes, woodcuts and lithographs with the same inventiveness and exuberance of her ceramic work. Taking up the challenge to work in two dimensions, Woodman paints, cuts, and collages her prints to create glorious pots sitting in interiors, just as she forms, cuts and assembles her ceramic pots. Woodman's painterly prints make reference to the rich history of ceramics around the world, from the "Oribe Tray" monotypes, to "Etruscan Pot", and "Iznik" and the pots she refers to as Japanese ladies in the woodcut/lithograph, "Ladies on the Balcony".

Woodman's most recent print project is The White & Black Set which poses a set of white and black pots on a table within a fearlessly colorful room of textures, patterns and tilted perspective.

The Art of Betty Woodman a retrospective of Woodman’s work was shown at The Metropolitan Museum, NY during the summer of 2006.

Betty Woodman lives in New York and Italy. Her work has been shown around the world in exhibitions in France, Italy, Holland and Japan. Her work is in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Brooklyn Museum, The Metropolitan Museum, The Smithsonian Institute, The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and numerous others.

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