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One of the main reasons I decided to become a ceramic artist was the work of Michael Sherrill. I spent an entire summer trying to figure out how to make pots that looked like his. Eventually, I called him up, and asked if I could come and visit his studio. He spent a good 2 hours with me, showing me around and talking about process. The most valuable lesson I learned was that you don’t let anything stand in the way of a good concept. If you don’t have the right tool, you make the tool.
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One of the main reasons I decided to become a ceramic artist was the work of Michael Sherrill. I spent an entire summer trying to figure out how to make pots that looked like his. Eventually, I called him up, and asked if I could come and visit his studio. He spent a good 2 hours with me, showing me around and talking about process. The most valuable lesson I learned was that you don’t let anything stand in the way of a good concept. If you don’t have the right tool, you make the tool.
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One of the main reasons I decided to become a ceramic artist was the work of Michael Sherrill. I spent an entire summer trying to figure out how to make pots that looked like his. Eventually, I called him up, and asked if I could come and visit his studio. He spent a good 2 hours with me, showing me around and talking about process. The most valuable lesson I learned was that you don’t let anything stand in the way of a good concept. If you don’t have the right tool, you make the tool.
http://www.michaelsherrill.net/Gallery-Archive/Gallery-Archive.html
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One of the main reasons I decided to become a ceramic artist was the work of Michael Sherrill. I spent an entire summer trying to figure out how to make pots that looked like his. Eventually, I called him up, and asked if I could come and visit his studio. He spent a good 2 hours with me, showing me around and talking about process. The most valuable lesson I learned was that you don’t let anything stand in the way of a good concept. If you don’t have the right tool, you make the tool.
http://www.michaelsherrill.net/Gallery-Archive/Gallery-Archive.html
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One of the main reasons I decided to become a ceramic artist was the work of Michael Sherrill. I spent an entire summer trying to figure out how to make pots that looked like his. Eventually, I called him up, and asked if I could come and visit his studio. He spent a good 2 hours with me, showing me around and talking about process. The most valuable lesson I learned was that you don’t let anything stand in the way of a good concept. If you don’t have the right tool, you make the tool.
http://www.michaelsherrill.net/Gallery-Archive/Gallery-Archive.html
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One of the main reasons I decided to become a ceramic artist was the work of Michael Sherrill. I spent an entire summer trying to figure out how to make pots that looked like his. Eventually, I called him up, and asked if I could come and visit his studio. He spent a good 2 hours with me, showing me around and talking about process. The most valuable lesson I learned was that you don’t let anything stand in the way of a good concept. If you don’t have the right tool, you make the tool.

http://www.michaelsherrill.net/Gallery-Archive/Gallery-Archive.html

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