Sydney : The Beagle Press, 2005. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 140, illustrated. New copy.
Foreword by Janet Mansfield. Introduction by Tim Jacobs.
Victor Greenaway is one of the most respected figures in the ceramic art world.
The comprehensive selection of work in this book reveals the journey of this artist in pursuit of strength and diversity, refinement and purity of form and surface.
As a young artist he took inspiration from the folk-art traditions of England and Japan. He has developed and refined the wheel-thrown form into what is now widely recognised as a particularly Australian idiom. The book is fully illustrated, with biographical notes.