Corine Guseman

Corine’s impressions and carvings on her pottery are forged from memories of her youth, surrounded by the beauty of the canyon lands, the desert rock formations and ancient Indian art in Utah. Her work is subtle, quiet and thoughtful; reminiscent of nature at rest. Corine was an affiliate artist at the McColl Center for Visual Art in Charlotte, recipient of a Mecklenburg Arts and Science Council’s Regional Artist Grant, founding member of Buffalo Creek Gallery in Shelby, NC, and Visual Art and Education Coordinator at the Cleveland County Arts Council. She lives in Lawndale, NC.

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