Jennifer Gross Ceramics


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Art making is both active and reflective.
A theraputic time to slow down and become
introspective.  People, relationships, my environment
and beliefs, along with an overactive imagination
all combine together to create the subject matter
of my artwork.  I see it as a transformation of
the mundane to reflect its highest properties.

Although I enjoy working with various types
of media, clay gives me the most satisfaction.
I love that I can use my bare hands to sculpt
any object and still indulge in the illustrative
aspects of surface design.

Ceramics is not about instant gratification,
it’s a process, a series of steps before the final
outcome.  This in itself has taught me how to
problem solve, keep focus and have patience
and discipline.  If you apply what learn
the results are rewarding.