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Human beings are composed of many layers created by life experiences. Our “human layers” can be likened to the layers of surface built up on the walls in an old home. Some layers covered and hidden, some revealed through wear, age, and time.  I strive to show these “human layers” through my glazing palette. The use of heavy, cracking slip conveying a guarded layer covering an area that was once beautiful or adorned. The two contrasting elements juxtaposed allow the viewer to question whether the piece is being covered or revealed; if layers are being accumulated or shed.  

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