This work is cast from an arrangement of stacked plaster molds, using both white and colored slips. My molds, which are made from both hand built and altered thrown forms, are re-used in various combinations to create unique but related objects. The work is fired to Cone 10; use of colored slip calls attention to segments of the piece. Dimensions: 6.5 x 3.5" Materials: Porcelain
Lori Bartman (Hyde Park)
Lori Bartman has studied ceramics as an undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley, and then earned an MFA from Tyler School of Art. Her work in clay moves fluidly between functional and nonfunctional works, and incorporates hand building, wheel throwing, and slip-casting.
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