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At 3:58pm on January 23, 2016, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 7:38pm on December 11, 2011, Andrea G. Miller said…

Thank you for looking at my page.  The surfaces of your pieces really make the work! 

At 12:49am on May 28, 2011, anne havel said…
thanks so much!  i am truly grateful for the compliments.  hope to see your work somewhere, up close and personal.
At 2:50pm on May 23, 2011, alice simpson said…
Stark, contemporary and dramatic. I like the markings which are in whimsical contrast to the forms.
At 4:01pm on May 22, 2011, jenny Fillius said…
Beautiful. Your have a particular talent with the surfaces. The glazing looks like oil stick and makes me want to touch it.
At 9:03am on May 21, 2011, Deborrah Daher said…
Lovely aesthetic - work beautifully on this scale and would be equally successful as large sculpture.  Really nice stuff!
At 9:26am on April 30, 2011, hongtao zhou said…
Thanks! : )
At 8:26pm on March 8, 2011, Gudrun Klix said…
Hi Margaret, Thanks for your comments.  I'm looking forward to being part of this group.  Gudrun
At 11:52am on September 28, 2010, Ronald D. Smith said…
Hi Margie, MJ and I are always interested to see the next design you have developed. PS. and thanks for turning us on to this website.
At 9:40am on July 21, 2010, Renee Rouillier said…
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.
At 5:19pm on June 20, 2010, Lenore Lampi said…
The size is constrained by the bisque kiln, most are the comfortable 13" to 22" range for vases. The wall pieces ( cannot remember if one is shown) are the same, high relief.....4" depth. Thank you for noticing...
At 8:10am on June 12, 2010, elizabeth cohen said…
I too, was an English major. Even got a Master's and taught high school! Self-taught in clay. Did you live near the rock formation "Devil's Slide"?
At 9:51pm on May 11, 2010, Suzanne Beautyman said…
Hi Margaret,
Thanks for your interest in my work! I've also just added some more pics into my profile if you'd like to check out more of my recent work.
Best Wishes!
At 12:33pm on May 10, 2010, elizabeth cohen said…
Cone 6 ox. with porcelain. I live about a mile from Cushing Rd! Were you trained as an architect? Do you show in Boston?
At 7:12am on May 9, 2010, elizabeth cohen said…
Where did you live? I like your work a lot. What is the medium? The scale?
At 12:15pm on December 31, 2009, lisa linbrugger said…
I love the inclusion of the crayon and oil pastels in your work, like using the surface as a canvas...I always wanted to pursue sculpture, but for now I use jewerly as a my medium to create little wearable sculptures!
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