Lowe, Whitney
December 2012
Studio Potter;Winter2012/Spring2013, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p62
Trade Publication
The author presents a personal narrative that details her experiences as a studio potter dealing with topics including how her previous work as a graphic designer and architect influences her work, how she is inspired by European modernist artists and the sculptural elements of her work.


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