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Student Name: Brooklyn L
Grade: 12
Title: Guerilla
Description: This piece was solid formed and hollowed out, reassembled and then surfaced. The fur texture was carved and a tongue was pulled and added after firing along with false eyelashes. Idea development is based on gorillas’ reasons for endangerment and their emotions to show the effects. The final surface was created using cold surface techniques to create a realistic gorilla that conveys anger in relation to gorillas being poached and losing their habitat.
Dimensions: (L)8 x (W)8 x (H)14 (Inches)
Weight: 4 Lbs.
School: Kearney Senior HS - Kearney, NE
Teacher: Katrina Olmstead
Exhibition: The 24th Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition, Virtual This Year

Additional Work Info
Clay Vendor: Laguna, The clay body B-Mix is a body used in our classroom setting.
Wheel Vendor: Other
Tool Vendor: Other
Glaze Vendor: Other
Kiln Vendor: L&L Kilns
Firing Temp: Low Fire, This piece was bisque fired and cold surface techniques were used to surface.
Atmosphere: Oxidation
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