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Potters' Show Mixes Serenity and Whimsy

Added: Wed, Nov 8, 2006

"....Jane Herold uses the graceful brushwork of Japanese ink drawings. With three or four strokes, she paints a bird or fish that conforms to the contours of her platter or bowl. These are worked in blue on white with the direct simplicity of Oriental pattern and form. Her large four-handled urn, however, evokes the amphoras of ancient Greece. It is glazed in earth tones with an incised antelope leaping across the base…." ~~ by Betty Freudenheim, New York Times, Sunday, April 7, 1991.