McIntosh’s art is an unqualified reflection of his personality. Described as thoughtful, patient, meticulous, and deliberate, his work exudes exacting rhythm, distinctive and consistent character, impeccable skill and thought-provoking posture.
Harrison McIntosh, has long been recognized as a leader in post-World War II Southern California crafts movement; however, his ceramic art reaches far beyond the Modern Era. He maintained an active working schedule up until the year 2002, when his failing eye sight limited his capacity to work. This retrospective publication chronicles McIntosh’s beautifully crafted stoneware pottery and distinctive sculpture, recognized for it’s precision, perfect proportions, repetitive lines, and subtle, graphic elements.