Open Journal of Occupational Therapy: Occupation and the Artist
 
Adapting the Ceramics Process with Creative Problem Solving

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Adapting the Ceramics Process with Creative Problem Solving

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Download Wall Vase (1.2 MB)

Download Flower Vase (906 KB)

Download Deconstructed Cup (1.9 MB)

Download Color Tea (1.4 MB)

Download Black, Red, and White Vase (2.1 MB)

Download Little Clay Teapots Drying (657 KB)

Download Rhythm Tea (1.4 MB)

Download Pink Wall Vase (3.4 MB)

Download Flowers and Nautilus Vase (1.3 MB)

Download Floaters (540 KB)

Download Bird Tea (674 KB)

Download Frida Tea (680 KB)

Download Puzzle Tea (789 KB)

Description

Madeline Kaczmarczyk, a ceramics sculptor based in Rockford, Michigan, provided the cover art for the Fall 2021 edition of The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy (OJOT). The wall vase made from clay, luster glaze and glass beads. Madeline describes the piece as a playful take on shadows and patterns using a deconstructed classic vase form. Madeline has been creating decorative ceramics for over four decades. In recent years, she has found creative ways to adapt the ceramics process so she can continue creating beautiful works of art. For Madeline, ceramics is more than a means to make a living. This meaningful activity brings focus to her life.

Keywords

Occupation, Occupational Therapy, Art, Ceramics, Beads, Madeline Kaczmarczyk

Disciplines

Ceramic Arts | Medicine and Health Sciences | Occupational Therapy

Adapting the Ceramics Process with Creative Problem Solving

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