The Connecticut Clay Artists

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Sue Ann Heller






Artist Statement

My work has changed over the years, but I have kept a single vision: In the tradition of the artist-craftsman, I strive to make clay pieces that are alive. By this I mean that the process is evident in the finished product: throwing lines and glaze overlaps are visible. The forms are relatively simple and the pots are imbued with their life from the magic of the fire. Each piece is handmade – on the wheel or handbuilt. I am currently using stoneware and porcelain fired in an electric kiln.

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Vases and Mugs Vases and Mugs Large Flowers in Vase Large Flowers in Vase Mug Mug Chicken Chicken Platter Platter
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