Martina Lantin

December 26, 2010

Martina Lantin was finishing her MFA at NSCAD the year before I graduated. She has certainly played a big influence in my work. Without her, I probably wouldn’t be working with earthenware. I really enjoy her forms and the way she creates depth and interest on her pieces through the layering of slips, oxides and glazes. I am also intrigued by the wall installations she creates with her plates. I pulled these images off of her website, where you can check out more of her stuff. The mugs are from her residency at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Tennessee and the plates are from her graduating thesis show In The Making.

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