“I grew up on a family farm in Michigan. We had a creek that divided our land. In the summer the banks of the creek were overgrown with blackberry bushes. The best ones were closest to the water, so I would pull on my snow boots in August and wade the waters filing an old five gallon sherbet tub with berries. I’d gorge myself on the walk back to the house where my mom would freeze the remaining berries to use for blackberry pancakes through the winter. A bit of summer in the snow.” — Angel Oloshove
Angel Oloshove (b. 1981) creates work that often experiments with painterly materiality, using atomized glazes to achieve surprising form and color. Her sculptural ceramics balance the priorities of functional, designed pottery against more transcendental qualities. Angel's works call to mind a range of visual phenomenon such as the prismatic sheen on a gasoline puddle, the incandescence of opals, mirages and rainbows.
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