Posts tagged A Satyr in the Creamery
Psychological Slips: The Sculptures of Trevor Baird

By Anna Kovler
Jan, 2019

Molding and firing clay is among the oldest recorded human activities. In the Ancient Near East, clay was imprinted with tiny lines to keep records of grain and other goods. The Greeks made clay vessels for eating and drinking and for honoring the dead, the surfaces covered in intricate geometric designs and abstracted figures.

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