Meredith Brickell’s Masterful Ceramic Art

Meredith Brickell is in the show Texture and Tone at Lillstreet Art Center Gallery. I have already purchased this piece.

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Brickell creates her intimate ceramic forms from bisque molds as a stepping stone and uses low-fired glazes that show a beautiful and delicate balance of color. Brickell refers to the landscape in her pieces and the influence of growing up in the Midwest. Inside, outside, or sometimes on the bottom of the pottery, thin line drawings, reminiscent of petroglyphs are embedded in her ceramic vessels.

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Brickell received an MFA from the University of Nebraska in 2005 and has shown extensively since then. Register now for a workshop by Meredith Brickell on Saturday, September 15th, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Texture and Tone will be on view at Lillstreet Art Center from September 1-30, 2007.

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