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Anne Goldberg


Anne Goldberg



Anne Goldberg


I use stoneware and porcelain clays. Most of my recent work is soda fired. I spray a soda ash solution into the kiln at 2,350 degrees Fahrenheit. The soda ash flows through the kiln on the flames, catching the edges and rims of my pots, and reacting with the clay in a way that highlights forms and creates its own pattern of flame on my pieces. A few recent pieces were fired in a kiln fueled by wood.

Recently, I have been focused on texture and pattern, using both clay surface manipulation and glaze application. Some of the patterns are inspired by sand patterns on the beach and in riverbeds, while others by simple geometry. Some are also inspired by my mother's work in textiles.

Represented by Gallery Ehva, 74 Shank Painter Road, Provincetown, MA 02657





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