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Beatrice Wood

Collection by Elle Punch


"We are here on account of sex, though we do not understand its force. There is glory when the sexual force is used creatively, when it is open to the magic of the universe”, Beatrice Wood. Her book, I Shock Myself, chronicles her posh childhood, bohemian coming of age, affairs with Pierre Roche and Marcel Duchamp and unique journey to find herself living in Ojai, CA.

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Pottery revelations on a whim and a prayer

More whimsical pottery, a few sculptures too : As this is the latest instalment of pottery whimsical, the only thing being revealed here is more ceramic oddities, a few quirky sculptures and other amusing art pieces. The usual guidelines apply ... from the sublime to the enthralling, from frivolous to sobering, ponderous to far reaching, ordinary to excellent, wacky to bemusing, ancient to now and maybe into the future and anything in between and before and after. … 'Life without whimsy is…

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BEATRICE WOOD Ceramic sculpture - Apr 24, 2010 | Rago Arts and Auction Center in NJ

BEATRICE WOOD; Ceramic sculpture, ''Poor Man!''; Reglued firing line; Signed and titled; 12 1/4'' x 18 1/2'' x 9'' Cl... on Apr 24, 2010

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Beatrice Wood's Sweet Perspective on Mistakes

We were wondering how we might illustrate the late centenarian ceramic artist Beatrice Wood’s extraordinary statement: “My life is full of mistakes. They’re like pebbles that make a good road” . Then we came upon the work of artist Richard Long, who for decades has made remarkable path works that seem to echo Wood’s words…

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I Shock Myself: The Autobiography of Beatrice Wood | HeadButler

I recently wrote about the novel of Jules et Jim, written by Henri-Pierre Roché, a distinguished French art expert and womanizer. A few days later, I was reading Lauren Cerand’s blog --- she’s everything amusing and smart about the world from 1895 to 1929, plunked down in our own drab time --- and discovered she had just been to Ojai, California, where she visited the Beatrice Wood House. Wood, she noted, had been the lover of Henri-Pierre Roché. In March, when our child is on spring break…

"Ceramicist, Theosophist & Teacher Beatrice Wood, here with her manager R. Singh, Tippi Hedren and Shamba the tiger, lived to The secret to her long life: “Art ~ books ~ chocolates ~ and young men. Sophia Loren, Hans Richter, Beatrice Wood, Tippi Hedren, Stylish Older Women, Francis Picabia, Amor Animal, Wise Women, Alfred Stieglitz

Beatrice Wood: Career Woman

Beatrice Wood’s “Career Woman” exhibition at the Santa Monica Museum of Art celebrates more than her prolific ouevre of gorgeous ceramics, whimsical drawings and colorful painting…

Beatrice Wood, artist born 1893 who lived such an amazing life she could title her 1985 autobiography 'I Shock Myself'. She died age 105 in Ojai California, where I went in 1976 and now wonder if I saw her without realising. Beatrice Wood, Navajo Weaving, Marcel Duchamp, Wise Women, Ageless Beauty, Art Studies, Ceramic Artists, American Artists, Role Models

Ordinary Finds

Beatrice Wood led an amazing 105-year-long life: March 3, 1893 - March 12, 1998 After being sent to Paris to study art, Beatrice instead went into acting and also met the Dadaist circle led by Marcel...

 Large Queen Elizabeth I plate (also glazed ceramic circa 1965 signed BEATO with BTWF Ceramic Plates, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Ceramic Art, Contemporary Ceramics, Contemporary Paintings, Beatrice Wood, Constantin Brancusi, Mirror House

San Francisco and Santa Fe art dealer — ModernArts

Inventory of available modern and Contemporary paintings, sculpture and water features.

Beatrice Wood~ potter extraordinaire known as the Mama of Dada-ism. she mixed her magic glazes like an alchemist & created a fantasy. if you love to throw clay or go free hand.you must experience Beatrice. Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Pottery Ideas, Beatrice Wood, Ceramic Artists, Clay Art, Decoration, Flower Art, Sculptures

When an Object Becomes More than an Object.

Beatrice Wood Pot, low fire with luster Stuff, things, crap, treasures, icons. There I laid soaking in a hot steamy deep bathtub trying to figure out the importance of objects again. A beautiful cool day, sun is beaming through the bathroom window and the vision of Beatrice Wood's golden goblet and tea bowl with her Dada figures dancing around the edge kept coming to mind. Spiritual. Sunday morning. The golden work of Beatrice is the most spiritual object I can imagine. It radiates golden…

My friend Hadley mentioned Beatrice Wood to me when we were planning our trip to Ojai .", I asked? Hadley informed me . Namaste, Beatrice Wood, Brand Archetypes, Pottery Sculpture, Ceramic Sculptures, Bee Gifts, Titanic, American Artists, We The People

Beatrice Wood

My friend Hadley mentioned Beatrice Wood to me when we were planning our trip to Ojai . "Who's that ?", I asked? Hadley informed me ...

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Beatrice Wood: What No One Tells You About Her, Why She Isn't Famous & How She Can Make Your Art Life Blossom

Don't let that Winged-Fairy Vibe fool you; Beatrice Wood (1893-1998) was a heavy-weight artist & thinker that creatives like us can learn from.

Check out Beatrice Wood, Small iridescent vase, Ojai, CA From Rago Joseph Stella, Beatrice Wood, Modern Ceramics, Victoria And Albert Museum, Outsider Art, Ceramic Artists, Wabi Sabi, Ceramic Pottery, Iridescent

Beatrice Wood | Small iridescent vase, Ojai, CA (1992) | Artsy

From Rago/Wright, Beatrice Wood, Small iridescent vase, Ojai, CA (1992), Glazed earthenware, 3 3/4 × 3 1/2 in

BY Beatrice Wood___ Turquoise White Cat Plate with Leaves – Beatrice Wood ( The Beatrice Wood Permanent Collection ) Glass Ceramic, Ceramic Clay, Porcelain Ceramics, Ceramic Plates, Pottery Plates, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Modern Ceramics, Contemporary Ceramics

10 Dadaist Women Artists You Should Know

Dadaism (1915) was the most important movement preceding the art you are consuming right now. In this article we celebrate the women that shaped the trend.

The Forgotten Legacy of Cult Artist Beatrice Wood - Artsy Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Ceramic Art, Sculpture Images, Sculpture Ideas, Ceramic Sculptures, Hans Richter, Beatrice Wood, Francis Picabia

Beatrice Wood | Not Married (1965) | Artsy

From Ferrin Contemporary, Beatrice Wood, Not Married (1965), Ceramic, 16 × 17 × 13 in