Danny Crocco Ceramic Sculpture
Pots
Functional works serve as a method to explore form, texture, and surface within the
context of utility. I often work in series by setting up problems that I then must solve in
a new way for each piece. This method creates an ever changing and growing family
of work. Much of my functional work is fired in a wood kiln with fly ash the main source
of glaze. I feel that understanding the kiln, clay, and form are equally necessary to
produce quality pots. The life of a pot is a subtle one. It is made from the earth, is born
of fire, and then lives its life in daily contact with those who use it. The functional work
frequently leads into sculptural work.
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Danny Crocco Ceramic Sculpture