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Black Porcelain Mug

Sue Grier

$40.00

Black porcelain mug with a white glaze. Sue Grier uses her potter’s wheel to throw different components that she alters and assembles. On display at  the “Natural Direction” Focus Gallery at the Folk Art Center, NC.

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  • 4″ x 5″
  • Black porcelain with white glaze
  • Wheel thrown components
  • Altered and assembled
  • Made in NC

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Description

On the second level of the Folk Art Center, “Natural Direction” is on display in the Focus Gallery now until Feb 15, 2022. This exhibit features five Guild Members: Hollis Fouts – wall textile, Kathleen Doyle and Thomas Reardon – jewelry, Sue Grier – clay, Tina and Bill Collison – wood, Amy Goldstein Rice – clay.

Sue Grier

Working with clay is very ‘process oriented’ – this is the attraction. I work primarily from wheel-thrown components. I am only half teasing when I say that the clay keeps a person ‘centered’. Beyond the throwing – mesmerizing & meditative as that can be – there is the quality of mark making and creation of form. Working with clay for over 30 years, I have a decided interest in the quest for problem solving when making more complex forms or pieces. What fun to test one’s skills against this ornery & willful material.

Description

On the second level of the Folk Art Center, “Natural Direction” is on display in the Focus Gallery now until Feb 15, 2022. This exhibit features five Guild Members: Hollis Fouts – wall textile, Kathleen Doyle and Thomas Reardon – jewelry, Sue Grier – clay, Tina and Bill Collison – wood, Amy Goldstein Rice – clay.

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