Grace Lee ('14) reveals a softer side of rebar.
Jenna Tashjian Hanson ('14) displays a pile of juicy multiples.
Marquita Flowers ('14) offers a flesh-colored arrangement.
A still life that has expanded the picture plane.
An arrangement and a conversation.
Grace Lee ('14)
Corinne Bernard ('15)
Caroline Daniel's ('13) cosmonaut seems poised for action.
Glenn Anaya's ('15) vivid bust channels "A Clockwork Orange".
So Jun Tak's ('15) reclining nude creates a dreamy vibe.
Marquita Flowers ('14) deconstructs the feminine.
Hallie Breene's ('13) "Piss Flutes" challenge gender norms.
R. Clayton Burney ('13) provokes the viewer to re-examine male sexuality.
A fluorescent pink pig stands at the ready.
Esmeralda Gonzales' ('14) fantastical canine
Lucianna Pinchiero ('13) creates hybrids from cartoon characters.
Vessels that sparkle
Grace Lee ('13) creates a study of simplicity.
A damaged life examined.
The Contemporary Clay Emphasis is created by a structured series of courses in Fine Arts where students explore both traditional and new approaches to working with the medium. Students have access to throwing wheels and kilns in the Ceramics Studio. They may also work on large-scale projects in the Sculpture Studio. Student artists are creating a new legacy of excellence with clay at Otis College in the 21st Century.
SCNG 236 Ceramics
SCNG 236 Ceramics & Sculpture
SCNG 236 Ceramics: Hand-Building with Clay