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    Posted 11 months ago

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    Would love to know more about this fascinating artist. A search came up with general information, little regarding her ceramics although she had an MFA in ceramics and sculpture. The pieces are signed on the front and back and dated 10/31/1970. Any information is appreciated.

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    1. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 11 months ago
      Beautiful! Just google the makers name and add the word info in front of it or after it. Something good should come up!
    2. Modelwalkinelle, 5 months ago
      I’m one of her five grandchildren and this is just one of her many ceramic pieces. There are 45+ ceramic pieces that exist in an intact collection. Where did you get this picture?

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