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Mary Birkmeier

Almost, But Not Quiet


Ceramic Table Setting:
Set #1 ~Tray (6" W x 13" L) and 3 Cups (2" H x 13/4" D)
Set #2 ~Plate (7" D) and Cup/Saucer (2 _" H x 5" D)
Set #3 ~ Plate (7" D) and Cup/Saucer (2 _" H x 5" D)
Set #4 Sugar bowl (3" H x 2"D) and Creamer (2 _ H x W) and Jar/Lid (2" H x 1_ D)
Wood Blocks Prints 24" W x 32" L on Mulberry paper

Post-Fiji Artwork

 


INTRODUCTION | ITINERARY | PARTICIPANTS
"FACES OF FLINT" EXHIBIT IN FIJI | "FROM FLINT TO FIJI & RETURN" EXHIBIT IN FLINT
STUDENT/PARTICIPANT COMMENTS | FUNDING SPONSORS & ASSISTANCE
ORGANIZING ASSISTANCE IN FIJI | TECHNICAL CREDITS
PHOTO GALLERY | VIDEO GALLERY | GROUP STUDY


ARTIST'S STATEMENT

Mary Birkmeier

With a continuous sense of adventure – self-expression is conveyed through the media of ceramics and printmaking. I am intrigued with the element of surprise, relying on the kiln god and pulling the first proof of a print.

“Almost, now what!” Images are carved in collaged narration, fragments of the past and present, family, travel, dreams, and everyday life. Black and white, like the printed word, read color in the imagination on canvases of clay and other natural fibers.


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last revised October 31, 2002

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