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Tyra Forker

These rippling shapes and the beautiful glaze combinations are just delightful. I think it's very tricky to create work that looks as spontaneous and innocent as it does deliberate and skillful.  Forker's pieces embody these juxtapositions wonderfully.

(images via artist's website)

1 comment:

Adero said...

Hi Jesse Lu, glad to see that you are back!
It does take skill to make work like this, I agree. I tend to make work that is tight and smooth, and "fussy." It's probably due to my obsession with control and perfection, but anyway, when I try to do somehting like this, it just looks sloppy and "wrong" somehow. I envy people that CAN work in this style.

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