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Stan Bitters Ceramic Wall Pocket, circa 1970s

$550.00
Item Number:
3836

Wonderfully simple in aesthetic and form it's no surprise that this 1970s ceramic wall pocket with electrical wire cord is attributed to California ceramic artist Stan Bitters. As stylish as it is functional it makes the perfect container to grow kitchen herbs or flowers. Stan Bitters' career in ceramics has spanned six decades. In 1959 Stan Bitters went to work for Hans Sumpf, an adobe brick manufacturer in Madera, CA where he created architectural murals, tiles, bird houses, planters and sculptural objects. His large-scale installations can still be experienced in public spaces, banks, hotels, schools, churches, Industrial complexes, and private residences. His influence has been present in the language of California architecture since the 1960s. 


Artist:
Stan Bitters
Period:
1970-1979
Height:
9.5in.
Width:
7.5in.
Depth:
5in.
Condition:
Good
Wear:
Minor wear consistent with age and use

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Wonderfully simple in aesthetic and form it's no surprise that this 1970s ceramic wall pocket with electrical wire cord is attributed to California ceramic artist Stan Bitters. As stylish as it is functional it makes the perfect container to grow kitchen herbs or flowers. Stan Bitters' career in ceramics has spanned six decades. In 1959 Stan Bitters went to work for Hans Sumpf, an adobe brick manufacturer in Madera, CA where he created architectural murals, tiles, bird houses, planters and sculptural objects. His large-scale installations can still be experienced in public spaces, banks, hotels, schools, churches, Industrial complexes, and private residences. His influence has been present in the language of California architecture since the 1960s. 


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