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Meg Dickerson

"Creating work from clay is a challenge that excites and frustrates me every day."

As Meg Dickerson manipulates surface and color, she strives to maintain a traditional focus on detail as she replicates surfaces found in nature using chemicals and fire, creating a primal sensibility. Each piece is layered with slips and glazes, traveling to the kiln multiple time to achieve a weathered skin. Her work adds a curious and peaceful presence to your home.

Dickerson's textures and brushwork are influenced by an attraction to the tribal art and architecture of West Africa. These often ancient designs are spare and complex, functional and beautiful.

With few tools and uncomplicated techniques, Dickerson throws on a potter's wheel and uses a slab roller. Her clay is a very groggy stoneware that is agreeable to her irreverent treatment of the material.

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Dash It All
Ceramic Vase

$ 200
Blue Moon
Ceramic Bowl

$ 160
Layers
Ceramic Platter

$ 200
Confused
Ceramic Platter

$ 200
Circle Decay
Ceramic Wall Sculpture

$ 650
Crusted Earth
Ceramic Wall Sculpture

$ 750
Don't Be Square
Ceramic Wall Sculpture

$ 750
Looped
Ceramic Wall Sculpture

$ 800
Yellow Jail 2
Ceramic Sculpture

$ 160
Open Door
Ceramic Sculpture

$ 160
Offering
Ceramic Bowl

$ 200
Come In
Ceramic Sculpture

$ 160
Rusted Knots
Ceramic Wall Sculpture

$ 500
Twisted Earth
Ceramic Wall Sculpture

$ 500
Don't Come In
Ceramic Sculpture

$ 150
Shield
Ceramic Platter

$ 190
Bones
Ceramic Tray

$ 104
Cross Tray
Ceramic Tray

$ 140
Green Dots
Ceramic Bowl

$ 160
Flower Hut
Ceramic Vase

$ 82