Anne Scott Plummer - Island City ClayspaceCeramic
Island City Clayspace
with visiting artist Jack Rumpel, Potter
275 East Third St.
Studio is handicap accessible with help
For my ceramic sculpture I am inspired by the human figure. I use pose, expression, surface and context to convey human emotions shared by everyone. When making functional pottery, I am thinking about how the user interacts with the vessel. With my new tumblers, I am experimenting with a making a closer connection to the person who drinks from them. I alter the wheel-thrown shape to conform to the hand that holds it. This experimentation has led to some exciting new shapes that are more sculptural than my previous wheel-thrown work.