“While fellow artists Peter Voulkos and John Mason pushed clay to its
limits by making massive walls and muscular abstractions, McIntosh
gently nudged the boundaries of traditional studio pottery by elevating
functional objects to a rarefied state of art. Over the next 50 years,
he produced an internationally revered body of work that exemplifies a
classical vein of the postwar crafts movement.”

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