Brynne Macosko Paguyo
Artist / Ceramicist

My work in porcelain is about process, form and design. I become absorbed and consumed with the process of throwing, altering and molding the clay. One of the biggest joys is the feel of porcelain as I push the limits of its elasticity. I love experimenting with the forms that are created and then playing with design elements on their surfaces. My work with clay is an ever changing, evolving process and the idea that there is always something new to create is completely compelling.

Brynne Macosko Paguyo
Artist / Ceramicist

My work in porcelain is about process, form and design. I become absorbed and consumed with the process of throwing, altering and molding the clay. One of the biggest joys is the feel of porcelain as I push the limits of its elasticity. I love experimenting with the forms that are created and then playing with design elements on their surfaces. My work with clay is an ever changing, evolving process and the idea that there is always something new to create is completely compelling.

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