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Mandy Henebry

The work I create is designed to suggest purpose and engage curiosity and interest through patterns and form. I look at design elements in everyday life such as textile patterns or a beautifully decorated home. I then contemplate over how I can incorporate visual beauty into my work through texture, colored slips, sgraffito and stenciling by adding those elements to graceful forms. I look at the surface of my forms as a blank canvas. Influences and inspiration came largely from nature and the repetitive geometric patterns that can occur in nature. Having grown up on a farm in Wyoming, my childhood memories of vast fields of grain flowing in the wind and colorful flowers growing in my grandmother’s gardens define a large portion of my surface design and color pallet. I am also drawn to the clean crisp lines and precision of digitally crated images and the endless possibilities technology continues to play in the world of ceramics. Being able to explore the three-dimensional world of nature and intertwining it with a two-dimensional geometric surface is crucial to my creativity.

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