Mary Mason

I like to stay outside the box with my clay creations. Recently I have taken a detour from my fruit and vegetable forms and ventured into animals. My work consists of stoneware clay forms of organic nature and animals that I shape by hand using thrown pieces and other hand building techniques. I then pair them with found objects to create wind-chimes, lamps and sculptures. Having fun with what I do is very important.

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Mary Mason

I like to stay outside the box with my clay creations. Recently I have taken a detour from my fruit and vegetable forms and ventured into animals. My work consists of stoneware clay forms of organic nature and animals that I shape by hand using thrown pieces and other hand building techniques. I then pair them with found objects to create wind-chimes, lamps and sculptures. Having fun with what I do is very important.

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