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Alan & Rosemary Bennett

Experiences in and around the water have strongly influenced the work of Alan and Rosemary Bennett. The process begins with a series of sketches. Next, they create the primary forms using stoneware, clay, or porcelain. The forms are hollowed out, and the porcelain teeth and eyes are added. The pieces are bisque fired, and glazes are applied by dipping, spraying and brushing. Lastly, the pieces are fired a second time using one of a variety of firing techniques including Raku, reduction firing, wood firing, and others.
  • Green Turtle

    Alan & Rosemary Bennett

    Green turtle, fired in a wood kiln. Suitable for display indoors or on a covered porch. Measures approximately 12.5" long x 9" wide x 3.75" deep. D...

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