Judith Kornett graduated from the University of Maryland with a BFA and an MFA in printmaking. She spent the next 40 years teaching art in Annapolis, Maryland. While teaching Judith continued to be a productive artist, producing limited edition prints, fine art photography, and colored pencil and graphite drawings. Since 2008, Kornett has concentrated on ceramic sculpture, using both hand built and thrown forms to create her work. Through this work she explores form imagery and surface, with an emphasis on pattern, texture, and color.
Martha Morrison uses a variety of media, and likes 3-dimensional work the best. My pottery is a mixture of functional and sculptural, and I enjoy a variety of techniques: Wheel throwing, slab work, molds, and sculpture. I often include nature in my pieces. In addition to pottery, I carve wood and soft stone, and I knit.
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