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Classic Contemporary

June 25, 2012 in Art,Art Gallery,Artists | Comments (0)

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Classic Contemporary by J’Nil Jackson

Pottery comes in all shapes, sizes and colors and is constructed and fired using different techniques. J’Nil Jackson is a potter who uses the slab built method.  This means that she uses slabs of clay as a way to create shapes that could never be produced using a potter’s wheel or that would be difficult to achieve with coiling.

Hunter-Wolff Gallery offers a variety of types of pottery, including Raku, and functional ware.  J’Nil’s slab-built or hand-built clayware is functional and has a contemporary style with inviting textures and colors.
You will find pieces from J’Nil start at about $100, depending on size and shape.  Send us your comments and feedback and we will respond with additional information and answers to your questions.
Join us during First Friday ArtWalk every month and see — touch — this stunning clayware.
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