Temporary Exhibition

136. Jerry Solomon — African-American Cultural Heritage Facility

Ceramics

My body work begins with the curiosity of learning various techniques and processes that can be applied to clay. Most experiments typically begin with a wheel thrown symmetrical forms that has been acted on by inner and exterior forces that help in creating a asymmetric individual who is defined the swells, cracks, recesses, etc. they bear. Each series of forms serves as a link to different chapters of my life where a realization is achieved and is represented using a combination of multiple scales, textures, forms, and color. Using this system to portray experiences my work becomes a bridge between the audience and myself, bring light to a issue, epiphany, or form of self awareness.

912 E 11th St

jerrysolomonjr@gmail.com

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