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Ceramic Artist Cary Weigand

Cary Weigand’s fragile ceramic figures wear cloth-like draperies of clay and ornate headdresses. Weigand draws from different spiritual traditions for the symbolic elements of her pieces, which are mostly of women. Weigand talks about how she works, and how she allows the clay to speak through her hands.

First Broadcast: 2007
Producer: KC Cowan

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Ceramic Artist Cary Weigand; Rug Weaver Kim Morris; Ukulele Player Jim D'Ville (816)

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #816
Original Broadcast: January 25, 2007