by Marcia Reiver
Bryn Mawr, PA
Marcia Reiver employs hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques to create ceramic vessels that incorporate a strong presence with delicate details.
She uses her graphics and fashion design skills to create intricate Raku ceramics with an Asian flair. Each piece, inspired by her passion for the antiquities, is formed with either texture and glazes or just glazes to make patterns. The clay is then cut, formed with paper patterns, and finally folded into shape. Each piece is one of a kind.
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