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Ken Price - the discipline of working your voice

We enjoy the connection between polymer clay and earth clay. Perhaps this is why we’re featuring another ceramicist for Monday’s Child. Shown is the earlier work of Ken Price, created in the late 1980s-early 1990s. What drew our attention was the discipline in the development of Price’s pieces. He’s taken a concept and has really pushed it to its fullest. When your voice is your instrument you must really work it in order to have it perform. Price sets a great example.

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