thrown and altered stoneware clay
11 x 9 x 9 in
On “Utopia,” dimples found in the rounded form evoke the meeting of skin as well as the curves of a hip. The rounded form of “Utopia” come together to meet in a soft peak reminiscent of a drift of sand. Like the richest blues found in nature, “Utopia” is a deep sapphire in color. Striations on the surface of the clay beckon to be touched, recalling wrinkles on skin but also the weathering and layering of rock.
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