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Shiyuan Xu, “Growing”, porcelain paper clay, 2016, 10″ × 10″ × 12″

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Christina West, “Unmet #8 and #9”, pigmented Hydrocal and Ultracal, 16” tall

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Michael Kline, “Jug”, native stoneware blend, stamped and carved impressions, porcelain inlay. soda and clear glazes, high fire