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    blueberrymodern: American potter Lucie Rie largely depended on formal elegance and balance in her thinly thrown work.

    Bowl Lucie Rie  (British (born Austria), Vienna 1902–1995 Londin) Date: ca. 1975–86

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    Lucie Rie. So nice to see one away from the gallery context.

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    Photo of Steve Hill applying slip from his new DVD Surface Techniques available at

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    Steven Hill | yunomi. Love these glazes!!