Internet Resources
This a selection of other websites with online sources for articles relating to or reviews of Peter Voulkos' work and museums which have published portions of the artwork in their collections including the following works by Voulkos.

The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art at the State Fair Community College in Sedalia, Missouri has two Peter Voulkos works from their collection pictured on their website, Alegria, a woodfired stack, and a woodfired plate.

Ceramics Monthly magazine selected 13 artists working in clay -of whom Voulkos was one- for an article called In Recognition in their June 2001 issue. The magazine has posted a ceramic doll by Voulkos on their website.

Read In hands-on art, the common touch: Texture at heart of Peter Voulkos' sculptures, an article in the San Francisco Chronicle, for which Jesse Hamlin interviewed Peter Voulkos on the occasion of his May 2001 exhibition at the Braunstein/Quay Gallery.

The Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery Collection Catalog of the Scripps Colleges in Claremont, California provides online access to objects in the collection including many works by Peter Voulkos by selecting them from either the Portfolio Index option or by selecting The Marer Collection from the Major Collections option. The latter option includes work by other artists in the Marer collection as well as by Voulkos.

Collette Chattopadhyay, a critic and lecturer in Los Angeles, wrote an in-depth article about Voulkos and review of his 1999 solo show at the Frank Lloyd Gallery in Santa Monica for the March 2001 issue of Sculpturemagazine entitled Peter Voulkos: Clay, Space, and Time. The article is featured on Sculpture Magazine Online and is accompanied by illustrations of five of the works that were in the exhibit including two ceremic plates, an ice bucket, a stack Siguirilla and Voulkos' 1959 bronze Sevillanas. Sculpture magazine is a publication of the International Sculpture Center.

A 1958 untitled work by Peter Voulkos which is also referred to as Cruciform Vase can be viewed on the Arkansas Arts Center website. This 28-1/2 inch tall ceramic work is in the Objects in Craft Media section of thier collection.

Read about the clayworks of Peter Voulkos in The Dynamics of Destruction an article by writer and poet Rose Slivka in the January 1999 issue of Art in America. Slivka is a long-time chronicler of Voulkos' work and authored the first monograph on him entitled, Peter Voulkos: A Dialogue with Clay.

In 1996, the magazine Clay Times featured an interview Rick Berman conducted with Voulkos in their November/December issue. Although that issue is no longer available, the magazine has published the article -called Voulkos Speaks -anew on their website.

The Santa Barbara Museum of Art has reproduced Voulkos' 1959 ceramic sculpture Sitting Bull from their collection on their website.

Read a review in The Austin Chronicle by Rebecca Levy of the exhibit Revolution in Clay, selections from the Marer Collection of Contemporary Ceramics, at the Austin Museum of Art at Laguna Gloria, Texas in 1995. This was one of ten venues for this show which was organized by Mary Davis MacNaughton, Director of the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College, Claremont, California and which travelled nationally. Fifteen Voulkos works were among those included in this exhibit, the impetus of which was the extraordinary gift of the Marer Collection to Scripps.

PETER VOULKOS by Roberta Carasso in ArtScene; The Guide to Art Galleries and Museums in Southern California. This review is of the survey exhibition, “The Art of Peter Voulkos,” organized by the Oakland Museum of California in 1995 which travelled to the Newport Harbor Art Museum and the American Craft Museum. This is a review of the show while at the Newport in Orange County. Passing Red, 1959, Little Big Horn, 1959 (another view), Untitled Plate, 1980, and Untitled Ice Bucket, 1983, are illustrated.

A FISTFUL OF CATALOGUES by Merle Schipper in ArtScene; The Guide to Art Galleries and Museums in Southern California. A 1962 Untitled Plate is reproduced.

At the site of the Rudy Autio Contemporary Ceramic Collection at the University of Montana, Voulkos' Covered Jar, 1954, Tureen, 1954, and an anagama fired stoneware plate, 1995, (CR1192-W) are reproduced.

Firing Peter H. Voulkos' Work in the Anagama: At the Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, 1995, By Peter Callas, an article written by Darren Damonte, is a good description of the nuances of the anagama and Callas' firing techniques in particular.

Links to additional websites are cited in the exhibitions and activities & workshops sections of the newsletter in conjunction with the particular events.

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