Irene Vonck

During, Nesrin
February 2002
Ceramics Monthly;Feb2002, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p60
Features Dutch artist Irene Vonck. Background of education on pottery; Preference of Vonck for natural forms; Techniques used in creating pottery objects; Influence of diving on pottery creations.


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