Edith Heath: Philosophies' serves as the definitive resource on Edith Kiertzner Heath (1911–2005) and the history of Heath Ceramics, emphasizing the philosophical foundations and influences of one of the most signifcant creative forces in post-WWII America. This publication offers an in-depth commentary on the presented themes – the environment, feminism, experimentation, architecture, politics, collaborations – while also solidifying the relevance of Edith Heath’s story in contemporary life and society.
C. Marino J.M. Volland (Author)
Hardcover/ 320 pages