Paul Harp, Ceramics Studio Manager Speaking on Bill Stewart’s Fork and Rake
These two sculptures, Fork and Rake by ceramic artist Bill Stewart are my choice to come out from the vault for this exhibit. Bill Stewart’s work has been described as “inventive and humorous, mysterious, primitive, tribal, ritualistic, childlike, and absurd.” What I enjoy the most is seeing what Stewart has created with clay, glazes and the firing processes. My own work with the same materials is wheel thrown, symmetrical and for the most part functional in design. Can there be any more of an opposite way working with clay? I’d like the students viewing Bill Stewart’s work to see that it isn’t just the materials but truly the artist that makes this Art. My name is Paul, and I am the Ceramics studio manager and an instructor in clay for the Creative Workshop here at MAG.
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