Appreciation of Female Ceramists’ Works From Women’s Perspective

Yuchen LI


Ceramics is the great invention of China, thus the traditional ceramic culture of China has a long splendid history. As the world famous porcelain capital, Jingdezhen has a large amount of ceramist teams with high tastes and delicate skills, among which female ceramists win special attention. Gradually, women ceramists groups come into birth. In the creative work of women for ceramists, they contribute an emotional zone from women’s perspective, which is different from that of men of ceramists. They lay more emphasis on the expression of metaphorical meaning by different vessel shapes, images, colors and so on. Nowadays, women have formed a unique creative group, which has done a great contribution to the foreign exchange and communication of ceramic culture.


Female ceramist; Ceramic work; Foreign exchange and communication

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