John Glick

Plum Tree Pottery

"Shapes evolve guided by forces apparently outside my conscious control. This is instinct, intellect, and openess to change fusing into what I think is the most positive force behind any potter's approach: evolution or growth. Some call it inspiration."

John Glick potteryDrawing on the legacy of his 1870 historic farm site, John Glick continues the tradition of creativity and craftsmanship. Eager, stretching the limits, always open to change and inspiration.

"I cannot show one piece and say, ‘This speaks for my beliefs in clay.’ I am attracted to both simplicity and complexity. My work continually reflects my re-examination of how these two opposites can coexist in a given series."

There is more information at www.fmhs.cnyric.org/community/everson/syrchina/Glick.html.

 

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