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  1. From the album: Dirty Scot Pottery, 2013

    Naked Raku vase with horse hair, shined up and finished.
  2. From the album: Dirty Scot Pottery, 2013

    Naked Raku vase with horse hair, shined up and finished.
  3. From the album: Dirty Scot Pottery, 2013

    Naked Raku vase with horse hair, almost done.
  4. From the album: Dirty Scot Pottery, 2013

    Greenware of a 12" pot. Will be finished Naked Raku with horse hair.
  5. From the album: Dirty Scot Pottery, 2013

    Early stage of a bowl. Pierced design in a four pointed Celtic Tree of Life combined with Celtic Cross.
  6. From the album: Dirty Scot Pottery, 2013

    Finished Celtic Tree of Life bowl. Multiple firings with layered glazes.
  7. From the album: Dirty Scot Pottery, 2013

    Early stage of a bowl. Pierced design in a four pointed Celtic Tree of Life combined with Celtic Cross.
  8. From the album: Dirty Scot Pottery, 2013

    Early stage of a bowl. Pierced design in a four pointed Celtic Tree of Life combined with Celtic Cross.
  9. From the album: Terri Saulin Frock: The Garden of Forking Paths

    Terri Saulin Frock: The Garden of Forking Paths October 4 – October 27, 2013 Opening Reception: Friday, October 4, 2013, 6pm -10pm PHILADELPHIA, PA- Tiger Strikes Asteroid welcomes you to our October exhibition, The Garden of Forking Paths. The show features the work of TSA member Terri Saulin Frock. This is her second solo exhibition with the gallery. Please join us for the Opening Reception Friday October 4, 2013, 6-10pm “The Garden of Forking Paths is an incomplete, but not false, image of the universe as Ts’ui Pên conceived it. In contrast to Newton and Schopenhauer, your ancestor did not believe in a uniform, absolute time. He believed in an infinite series of times, in a growing, dizzying net of divergent, convergent and parallel times. This network of times which approached one another, forked, broke off, or were unaware of one another for centuries, embraces all possibilities of time. We do not exist in the majority of these times; in some you exist, and not I; in others I, and not you; in others, both of us. In the present one, which a favorable fate has granted me, you have arrived at my house; in another, while crossing the garden, you found me dead; in still another, I utter these same words, but I am a mistake, a ghost.†- Jorge Luis Borges Saulin Frock considers The Garden of Forking Paths a chapter in an endeavor that has been developing over the past ten years. As drawings and objects accumulate, they function as “visual counterpoint," layering information to produce an imagined time-lapse view/code of a world. The vocabulary of forms is culled from a variety of sources such as maps of her urban garden, home renovation, travels abroad, the writings of Jorge Luis Borges, and Glenn Gould's "Goldberg Variations: The Well Tempered Clavier." Terri Saulin Frock received her MFA from the University of the Arts and her BFA from Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia. Currently, she is teaching the course "Critical Discourse" at Moore College of Art & Design, and a variety of ceramics and sculpture classes in the BFA & Young Artist’s Workshop programs. Additionally, Terri Saulin Frock also teaches Pre-school classes to children at Society Hill Synagogue. Terri Saulin Frock: The Garden of Forking Paths October 4 – October 27, 2013 Opening Reception: Friday, October 4, 2013, 6pm -10pm * Partial funding for this exhibition has come from a Faculty Development Grant from Moore College of Art and Design. Many Thanks! * This show is dedicated to the loving memory and history of friendship Terri shared with Deborah Ann Deery. Thank you Deborah for your constant and generous positive energy, support and brilliant light that shines in all you have touched. Press for the show: http://www.knightarts.org/community/philadelphia/terri-saulin-frock-the-garden-of-forking-paths Interview: http://www.behance.net/gallery/A-Conversation-with-Anne-Schaefer-Terri-Saulin-Frock/11489045 Photos by Jaime Alvarez: http://www.jaimephoto.com/
  10. From the album: Gas kiln 2013.09.05

    gas kiln, reduction , cone 10
  11. From the album: Gas kiln 2013.09.05

    gas kiln, reduction , cone 10
  12. From the album: Gas kiln 2013.09.05

    gas kiln, reduction , cone 10
  13. From the album: Gas kiln 2013.09.05

    gas kiln, reduction , cone 10
  14. From the album: Return of the Duck - Return of the Duck in Orange Sauce

    ^06 glazes over previously fired ^6 glazes, with melted glass sauce

    © Norm Stuart

  15. From the album: FdA CCP Final Exhibition

    Gwynn Tir (White Land) is a critical view of social, political and cultural issues arising from the destruction of the Cornish farming and mining communities. I have been exploring the fragile existence of the landscape and these fading industries; the thrown cylinder becomes metaphor for the abundant chimneys that remind us of a past unique to Cornwall. The china clay industry and the geology of the Cornish landscape is the backdrop for this investigation of tension between function and fragility. Whilst each pot is given its own detail and character, grouped together, their individuality becomes essentially apparent. The use of Porcelain in contrast with smooth black stoneware and oxides symbolize the veins and strata of the granite outcrops.
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