by Pam Berry
Polka dots, stripes and curves. Earth, energy, and color. Pam Berry's work is influenced by many of the modern artists of the 20th century. From Gene Davis’s stripes, to the geometric forms of Frank Stella, Piet Mondrian, and Bauhaus artists, her work seeks to embrace their aesthetic with functional pottery.
Pam currently works with mid-fire stoneware, using a variety of glaze colors, and often combinations of colors, so that each kiln opening is filled with an abundance of color.
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