Wesley Anderegg

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“I have always been a people watcher. In the first grade I did not play with the other kids. I stood back and watched. And I have been watching ever since. I watch what people do and imagine what they might like to do.

Life and society are such that we cannot always say and do what we like. However, in the imaginary world in which my ceramic people live, they can.

At the dawn of mankind primitive peoples fashioned clay objects. They sculpted about what they knew and wanted. Pregnant women and animals were the hot topics of the day. I think of my work much the same way. Though the topics may be different I feel a link to those old people sitting around playing with this beautifully plastic material.” Wesley Anderegg

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Bethany Krull: Surrogate (Squirrel/Topiary), detail, 2011, porcelain, paper, polymer clay, wire, chain, 34”H x 17’Wx 17”D

Bethany Krull: Surrogate (Squirrel/Topiary), detail, 2011, porcelain, paper, polymer clay, wire, chain, 34”H x 17’Wx 17”D