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5.26.2010

Sandi Pierantozzi













I think that Sandi Pierantozzi is a great example of how to maintain a certain consistency in the style of your work while still freely exploring different patterns, shapes, and techniques.  These pieces all offer a unique visual experience but they still sit next to one another so peacefully, so naturally.  On another note, I love the buttery feel of these shapes. They are so smooth and pillowy.  I think it might shock me to hold one and experience the actual weight of the object. I love it when that happens! ;)

(images via artist's website and The Clay Studio)

2 comments:

Kings Creek Pottery said...

Her pots certainly cry out to be held and fondled!

Love them, thanks for sharing.

JOMAR S.L. said...

Hey I love your pictures, and I want to talk you about my new blog, http://alfareriajomar.blogspot.com,there are very nice pictures about what we make here in Spain, Agost(Alicante). I hope you like it. Bye!

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