In conjunction with the "Ginny Ruffner: What If" Exhibition at BIMA, we are featuring artists from Ms. Ruffner's Non-Profit, SOLA (Support for Old Lady Artists).
From the Artist's Statement: Carol Gouthro
"At the core of my ceramic work is the vessel which has many associations including nourishment, ripening, sexuality, and transformation. For the past 20 years the vessel forms in my work have slowly been evolving into sculptural, hybrid, organic, biomorphic forms. The ceramic surface remains very enticing to me and the transformative nature of ceramics, the process that happens when clay and glazes get fired in a kiln, fascinates and challenges me. "
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