The art of Vivika and Otto Heino. by Vivika Heino

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Published by Ventura County Museum of History & Art in Ventura, Calif .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Heino, Vivika -- Exhibitions.,
  • Heino, Otto, 1915- -- Exhibitions.,
  • Pottery, American -- Exhibitions.

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Book details

GenreExhibitions.
ContributionsHeino, Otto, 1915-, Wallace, Kevin V., Ventura County Museum of History & Art., Craft and Folk Art Museum., Oakland Museum of California., Mingei International Museum of World Folk Art.
The Physical Object
Pagination88 p. :
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23042733M
ISBN 100972936130
OCLC/WorldCa62521672

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The Art of Vivika and Otto Heino Hardcover – January 1, by Forrest L. Merrill; Vivika Heino; Otto Heino (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1). The Art of Vivika and Otto Heino Paperback – January 1, by Kevin V. Wallace (Author), Tim Schiffer (Author), Forrest W.

Merrill (Foreword) & 0 more5/5(1). Get this from a library. The art of Vivika and Otto Heino. [Vivika Heino; Otto Heino; Forrest L Merrill; Kevin V Wallace; Tim Schiffer; Ventura County Museum of History & Art,; Los Angeles Craft & Folk Art.

Potters and educators Vivika Place Heino (–) and Otto Heino (–) were part of a generation that redefined the art of ceramics by blending Asian, European, and American traditions in. OTTO HEINO ( - ) AND VIVIKA HEINO () The partnership of Otto and Vivika, both in art and marriage, spanned nearly 50 years.

Over those years they supported themselves working as teachers and potters, sharing generously of their knowledge and skill. They represent what is best in craftsmen: excellence in workmanship along with dedication and Size: KB. The Art of Vivika & Otto Heino documents the lives of two leading figures in 20th century ceramics.

As teachers, they exerted a major influence on the work of generations of makers. As artists, their work has been prominently featured in hundreds of exhibitions, honored with innumerable awards, and now forms an essential part of the craft.

Vivika and Otto Heino collaborated from untilthe year of Vivika’s death. Their work is distinguished by its clean lines and distinctive glazes. Despite getting under way during the Depression, the Heinos supported themselves as potters throughout their careers.

Their world was guided by a strong work ethic and a love of clay. Vivika Heino (–) and Otto Heino (–) emerged from a generation that strived to redefine the art of ceramics, revisiting Asian, European and American art and culture.

Inthey met in Concord, N.H., at the League of New Hampshire Arts and Crafts (now known as the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen) where Vivika worked as a ceramics instructor and Otto studied as her student. Together with her husband, Otto Heino, Vivika Heino made traditional, thrown vessel forms decorated with rich surface glazes.

For nearly 50 years the Heino’s worked together in a shared workshop both throwing and glazing their own works and working collaboratively. Independently, Vivika threw and glazed smaller and mid-sized objects.

The Art of Vivika and Otto Heino A catalogue of the same name produced by The Ventura County Museum of History and Art and the Craft & Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles accompanied THE ART OF VIVIKA AND OTTO HEINO.

Vivika Heino, internationally known ceramic artist whose works have been displayed in museums, galleries and the homes of private collectors from Los Angeles to New York and in France, died Sept. Otto Heino (b. ) is well known as part of a team of studio potters that included, untilhis wife Vivika Heino ().When Otto and Vivika began working with clay in the ’s, ceramics was still largely an unformed discipline in the United the beginning, they gained their expertise through research and hard work, and sought out the insights of established potters when.

Otto Heino työskenteli ja luvuilla NASAlle ja suunnitteli muun muassa avaruusrakettien kärkiin keraamisia laattoja, jotka kestivät kuumuutta. Heino kehitteli vaimonsa Vivika Heinon kanssa kiinalaistyylistä himmeänkeltaista lasitetta, joka vihdoin onnistui vasta vaimon kuoltua.

Other Repository Surveys Art-related archival materials located in other libraries and repositories Vivika and Otto Heino, ca. Laura Andreson papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Tags. Andreson, Laura F., ; Heino, Otto; Heino, Vivika; Decorative arts; Writings; Explore & Request Collection.

Otto Heino ( – ) Otto Heino was a man who dedicated his life to his passion. In doing so, he was rewarded with serenity, true contentment and peace of mind.

He was born to share his gift with others: his students, his patrons and most significantly, his spouse of 47 years, Vivika.

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Otto Heino, Prolific Potter, Dies at 94 By Bruce Weber, New York Times. Otto Heino, a prolific ceramicist whose simple, elegantly shaped pots and opulent glazes earned him not just a fortune but also a reputation, which he shared with his wife, Vivika, as the personification of sturdy American artisanship, died July 16 in Ventura.

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Note: Dirt and debris embedded in original. Call Number: Bb Otto Heino (Ap - J ) and Vivika Heino (J - September 1, ) [1] were artists working in ceramics.

They collaborated as a husband-and-wife team for thirty-five years, signing their pots Vivika + Otto, regardless of who actually made them. Vivika Heino (–) and Otto Heino (–) emerged from a generation that strived to redefine the art of ceramics, revisiting Asian, European and American art and culture.

Inthey met in Concord at the League of New Hampshire Arts and Crafts (now known as the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen) where Vivika worked as a ceramics instructor and Otto studied as her student. You searched for: vivika and otto. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search.

Book Accessories Heino Chouinard Art Institute Modern Studio Pottery Stoneware Large Covered Vessel California Pottery. Otto and Vivika were part of a generation that sought to redefine the art of ceramics in relation to modern art and culture. The “potters,” as the Heinos and their contemporaries were proud to be called, were influenced by the Arts & Crafts movement, Germany’s Bauhaus, and the potters of Japan.

Otto Heino, a prolific ceramicist whose simple, elegantly shaped pots and opulent glazes earned him not just a fortune but also a reputation, which he shared with his wife, Vivika, as the. Vivika and Otto Heino were some of the most highly respected American potters of the mid 20th century.

They began their association as a couple in New Hampshire around Initially Otto was a student of Vivika's. ART OF VIVIKA AND OTTO HEINO, THE.

Author: Hauber, Nancy Country: California Code: Language: English Year Published: No. of pages: 88 Illustrations: 76 Color Illustrations. 8 B&W Illustrations. Size: 9”sq Weight: Price: This book documents the lives of two leading figures in 20th century ceramics. THE ART OF VIVIKA AND OTTO HEINO.

Ventura: Ventura County Museum of History & Art, First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Item # ISBN: 9'' X 9''. 88pp. Inscribed by Otto ''to Pati & Earl'' Has a 1/2'' closed tear at top of last page, otherwise a clean bright copy.

Otto ( - J ) and Vivika ( - September 1, ) Heino were artists working in collaborated as a husband-and-wife team for thirty-five years, signing their pots Vivika + Otto, regardless of who actually made them.

Otto () and Vivika Heino () were ceramists of Ojai, Calif. Provenance This interview is part of the Archives of American Art Oral History Program, started in to document the history of the visual arts in the United States, primarily through interviews with.

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Explore all serveware, ceramics, silver and glass created by Otto and Vivika Heino. Purpose. The Vivika and Otto Heino Craft Education Scholarship of the League of NH Craftsmen, Inc. is administered by the Standards and Education Manager with approval by the Executive Director of the League of NH Craftsmen and is designed to support individuals interested in learning a skill in any craft medium at an approved educational facility, including those sponsored by the League of NH.

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Clark's Fine Art & Auctioneers Inc. (7)Exclude. Show All. Sold For $-$ Vivika & Otto Heino Vase Stoneware California. From Heritage Auctions, Otto Heino, Vivika Heino, Tall Bird Head Vase (), Wood fired stoneware with navy slip decoration, 14 5/8 inBrand: Otto Heino, Vivika Heino.

From Rago, Otto Heino, Vivika Heino, Large volcanic vase, Ojai, CA (s), Glazed stoneware, 10 1/4 × 12 inBrand: Otto Heino, Vivika Heino. I took up pottery with the G.I. and Vivika was teaching.” (Oral history interview with Otto and Vivika Heino, Mar.

4, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution) When Otto returned to the US inhe enrolled in pottery classes, paid by the G.I. Bill, at the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen.

LOS ANGELES - Otto Heino, the Southern California master potter, educator, and symbol of the state’s midcentury studio crafts movement, has died.

He was Description: Otto and Vivika Heino (American, and ) vase glazed stoneware incised signature to the underside. Very good condition. Vivika and Otto Heino collaborated from untilworking in both NH and CA.

They were influenced by the Arts & Crafts movement, the Bauhaus, and Japanese pottery. Vivika Heino. Vivien Place, as was her born name, loved art as a child. However, after her father’s death during the Depression, she attended Rochester Normal School to earn a teaching degree. After a year of teaching, she traveled to Colorado and attended the Colorado College of Education, graduating in with her BA in art classes.

Otto's place of birth. Some resources on the Web give another place of birth for Otto (Portland or Middletown, for example).

However, the town clerk of East Hampton has verified that there is a birth certificate on file for Ap for Otto Heino, so East Hampton is definitely the right town, assuming the town records are correct.Applewood ash glazed ceramic vessel by Otto and Vivika Heino, circa This pot was done early in the career of these potters and features a wonderful matte spotted glaze and is : Otto and Vivika Heino.Get the best deals for vivika otto heino pottery at We have a great online selection at the lowest prices with Fast & Free shipping on many items!

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