It's time for the visuals again, and I thought it might be nice to inventory some of the older pieces of ceramic ware laying about the place. This triptych is composed of three pieces which were created with at least a decade gap (if not more) between each. From the left, the first piece is a small wheel thrown coffee mug with an abstract art glaze pattern. The center piece (s) are a pair of un-glazed Greek-style stage masks, which, contrary to the typical comedy / tragedy pairing, is more an Ennui and Stoicism set. The piece to the far right is an air-dried seated full-body votive statue of the Celtic male fertility deity, Kerunnos, lacquered in bronze.
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