Inspired by Grandma

Laura Peery's porcelain/polymer artworks were inspired by her grandmother's dress shop. (Yesterday's post got me thinking about grandmothers.) You'll find patterns and fabrics and sewing paraphernalia embellishing her teapots and sculptures.

Peery is from Chevy Chase, Maryland and shows in galleries in that area as well as in the Guild.com catalog. She's in the permanent collection at the Smithsonian.

Thanks to Maggie Maggio for the link. Have a fabulous weekend.

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  • reply Susan Lomuto Rose ,

    Ahhh…creative minds do think alike! You can also read more about Laura’s process on my blog…just look in the teapot category – the post title is ‘fabricated.’ Her work is delightful!

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