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Hi Margaret, Thanks, they are low fire earthenware. The sizes vary, but I scaled down so I could at least transport my own work. The sizes of these are anywhere from 19" to 37". I have to make myself build smaller sometimes - when I do a show visually I think its more interesting if there are varying heights. Tell me a little more about your work.
I see a clinic full of cynics,Who want to twist the peoples' wrists,They're watching every move we make,We're all included on the list. The lunatics have taken over the asylum,The lunatics have taken over the asylum. No nuclear the cowboy told…See More
"Interesting work Charity,at first glance I doubt I would have realized the impact the middle arm on the bench would have for people. I'll be interested to see how it affects public policies and aid for the marginalized people in the…"