Lynn Anne Verbeck in the Pottery Gallery
Interstices; The Space Between
An Exploration of Repetition, Rhythm, and Flow
Artist Statement: I create biomorphic forms designed with both configuration and function in mind. Nature is a deep well of inspiration in my work. I am fascinated with how nature divides and segments plants, petals, leaves and even underwater creatures around a main axis.
Repetition, rhythm, and flow translate into a visceral exploration in clay. These influences are transformed via lines on my pots. The interstices between the lines draw potency from repetition and rhythm inspired by nature. Many of these works reflect an undulating river; the way it sinuously flows carving the earth.
In my recent Vase Series I explore radial symmetry. I utilize the shape of the vase to articulate segments in a flowing line from top to bottom. I then echo the accentuation of these lines throughout the form. A flower's petal inspires the lines; how the sensuous curve flows uninterrupted.
Pottery Gallery - 2nd FloorFridays, Saturdays and Sundays: 12:00-4:30 p.m.