In Vitro

Applying the new techniques I’d learned in the factories to creating large porcelain vessels, I started to look harder at my process. A production potter generates vast bodies of work. When you create a hundred pieces from one concept, individual pieces rarely represent the idea perfectly: however, the entire body of work tends to embody it effectively.
Transferring the studio experience to the gallery, I fabricated Plexiglas structures, suspending multiple vessels within. The series was titled In Vitro. Along with making pottery, my early interest in sculpture re-emerged. The work was nascent autobiography – ovum behind glass.
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