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Graduate Works, influences, and Works-in-Progress

Graduate Works, influences, and Works-in-Progress

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  • Issues of what to make and why.
  • Transition back to a dark clay body, also started incorporating a mixture of chinese and western european aesthetic.
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    • 1. Kurt Teeter MFA Seminar Presentation Works and Influences
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    • 4. Pre-China Work
    • 5. China
    • 6. Visiting Artists Beth Cavaner-Stichter Martin Tagseth Jeff Diehl
    • 7. China Works Fall 2008
    • 8. Bottles in China
    • 9. Europe 2007
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    • 12. Post-China Work
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    • 17. Recent works (in Progress)
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    • 19. Damien Hurst
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