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When the museum first announced the coming of the Marvelous Mud exhibit, I was not overly enthusiastic. I figured the galleries would be filled with pottery for the summer. I was proven wrong when I experienced “Overthrown,” a collection of contemporary artists working with clay in some form. I was awestruck with the large scale installations in the gallery - 3 walls were completely tiled, a chandelier-like mixture of clay and light, a long wall of ceramic flowers, two clay figures still drying, and more. It is definitely worth taking a look at if you have the time.
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When the museum first announced the coming of the Marvelous Mud exhibit, I was not overly enthusiastic. I figured the galleries would be filled with pottery for the summer. I was proven wrong when I experienced “Overthrown,” a collection of contemporary artists working with clay in some form. I was awestruck with the large scale installations in the gallery - 3 walls were completely tiled, a chandelier-like mixture of clay and light, a long wall of ceramic flowers, two clay figures still drying, and more. It is definitely worth taking a look at if you have the time.
Zoom Info
Camera
Motorola Droid
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398
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/15th
Focal Length
4mm

When the museum first announced the coming of the Marvelous Mud exhibit, I was not overly enthusiastic. I figured the galleries would be filled with pottery for the summer. I was proven wrong when I experienced “Overthrown,” a collection of contemporary artists working with clay in some form. I was awestruck with the large scale installations in the gallery - 3 walls were completely tiled, a chandelier-like mixture of clay and light, a long wall of ceramic flowers, two clay figures still drying, and more. It is definitely worth taking a look at if you have the time.

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