In 1880, Kate found herself penniless after her father's suicide. Kate took up a position as governess with the Glover family, who was also emigrating to Australia. Kate knew she faced a daunting challenge, but she was to find love too.
Kate Malone has been acclaimed as one of the most fearless innovators in the field of ceramics. She brings to her work a maverick sensibility, outrageous sense of humor, formidable dexterity, and a penchant for exploring the boundaries between high and low culture. "Kate Malone: A Book of Pots" follows the evolution of her dynamic career, with 321 full-color photographs tracing the continuity of each dazzling creation to the next, while at the same time displaying the full breadth and scope of Malone's renowned imagination and varied output. Malone also reveals many of her innovations, detailing the specific techniques, glazes, and tools used in her work. For anyone interested in the field of ceramics-"Kate Malone: A Book of Pots" is the perfect glimpse into the cutting edge of this dynamic field.
Recounts the remarkable life of leading lady Katharine Hepburn, presenting a portrait of the four-time Academy Award winner through her intimate conversations and private reflections on love, family, friendship, and show business.