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Sarah Dudgeon

Amery, WI

Artists bio available upon request

Through my work, I am able to express my perception of beauty in functional forms. Itís encouraging to know that forms made by my hands are used by the hands of others. My life as a potter began when I studied art at the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse. In 2001 I purchased an old general store near Amery Wisconsin and converted it into my studio and home. My work is primarily wheel thrown and then some forms are altered. In my glazing process I use a wax resist to create repeating patters. I am inspired by imagery that I see in my daily life and patterns evolve from year to year. The pots are then loaded and fired in a wood kiln, which takes about 24 hours to reach its necessary temperature of 2350 degrees.

3001 West 50th Street
(at 50th & Xerxes)
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Minneapolis, MN 55410
mon-sat 10 to 6
thu 'til 8
sunday 12 to 5