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Laurel MacDuffie


Clay, bisked stoneware, sawdust fired, further worked with a variety of media including oxides, indai ink, pastels,oil paint, plaster, then sealed with a workable fixative to perserve color and protect surface

6 x 21"



I search for the symbolic image that speaks to the tension we humans experience between our need to strive and question, and our longing for rest, protection, and answers. These peices are meant to offer us company as we search for acceptance, and peace.


Because I want the sculpture to connect on a non verbal level, I take my direction regarding line, form and color from my own emotional place. My experience is one of facilitating the emergence into form of a being that already exists.


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