On the occasion of the exhibition, Principle of Equivalence, Kemper Museum commissioned capsule collections by six local artists inspired by the work and career of Virginia Jaramillo for the Museum Shop. Each artist drew inspiration from different aspects of Jaramillo's practice and created original works that respond in their own artistic voices.
Black stoneware vase with textured exterior.
Inside has a nice bronze glaze.
Measures 6 inches tall and 3.5 inches wide
Handmade in Kansas City, Missouri, by Katherine Moes.
About the artist:
I find life when working with my hands. If I'm not working with clay in the studio I'm getting my hands dirty in the garden, walking in the local cemetery with my family, or reading about mystics and myths. As a ceramicist, my goal is to make objects that help make a house a home — whether that be with tabletop bowls and vases, or decorative bells and wall hangings. All lovingly made in Clay County, Missouri.
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