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Student Name: Samantha E
Grade: 11
Title: Japanese Cherry Blossom
Description: Across the earth are numerous elements connected through the natural world. Deep in the earth rough ores are extracted to create harsh metals. In every type of rock are ingredients ready to be ground up to make countless combinations of glazes. Clays live in the earth near bodies of water waiting to become something astonishing. Cherry trees dive their roots into the earth growing out in every direction. Their rough trunks separate into long, twisted and violent branches. The delicate blossoms arrive early in the spring full of beauty and life. Right after they reach their peak in full bloom, they suffer a violent death. In each element you can find life but also death. Beauty but also violence. This is what the Japanese cherry blossom represents.
Dimensions: (L)15 x (W)24 x (H)36 (Inches)
Weight: 35 Lbs.
School: Timpview High - Provo, UT
Teacher: R. Brent Davison
Exhibition: The 26th Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition

Additional Work Info
Clay Vendor: Laguna
Wheel Vendor: brent
Tool Vendor: Clay King
Glaze Vendor: Laguna
Kiln Vendor: Skutt
Firing Temp: High Temp
Atmosphere: Oxidation
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