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Margaret O'Rorke on Clay, Light, and Water

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Uploaded on May 3, 2010

UK ceramic artist Margaret O'Rorke on incorporating light into works in porcelain. O'Rorke is the author of a new book Clay, Light, and Water.

From O'Rorke's Artist's Statement at www.castlight.co.uk:

For the past 26 years I have worked as a ceramic artist in my studio. The translucency of fine high-fired porcelain captured my imagination and led me to create thrown sculptural forms that give light. Ideas stem from the nature of the material, forms that can grow from the potter's wheel, the process of firing and a sense of adventure with light and space.

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