Untitled grouping of vessels

Lydia Herrick Hodge, Untitled grouping of vessels, c.1938-1945; ceramic

(L to R) small orange bowl, small dish with yellow exterior, orange crackle interior, yellow bud vases, small brown bowl.

Gift of Margaret Murray Gordon Estate.

Artwork Info

Type of Work Pottery
Medium ceramic
Dimensions various

Artist Info

Name Lydia Herrick Hodge
Born January 1, 1886
Role ceramist, potter
Culture American
Education Early 1900s, Undergraduate, Indiana State College, Terre Haute 1916 Scholarship to New York School of Philanthropy (now Columbia University School of Social Work), ny 1920 Art Program, University of Oregon, Eugene 1930–31 Studied in Paris, France
Notes or Bio

Professional Experience:
1910s Volunteer at Unitarian and
Universalist Settlement House,
Minneapolis, mn
1919 Researcher, New York Education
1930s Organized University Art Alumni
League, University of Oregon
1937-60, Founder and Director, Oregon Ceramic Studio, Portland, Or.

Credits: Dan Kvitka

Rights: All Rights Reserved

Appears In 4 Albums

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Lydia Herrick Hodge

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Object Focus: The Bowl

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Works in Ceramic

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Collection of Museum of Contemporary Craft