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December 23, 2014 AT 4:00 pm

Ron Nagle makes ceramics that move beyond pottery #ArtTuesday

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From Ron Nagle’s website:

For over fifty years I have been making small objects mostly out of clay, which,
in the beginning, had reference to ceramic vessels. Over the years my work has evolved
to forms which are less referential to pottery but still maintain much of the idiomatic elements that have
been associated with Ceramics. As time has gone by, my interest in merging form and color
has led me in a direction where I now think of my objects as 3-D paintings.

To see more of Ron’s pieces from the past 50 years click here.


All images from Ron Nagle’s website: ronnagle.net


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