Marilyn Justice

Functional stoneware

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Spring 2017 Exhibit Location #12  Wheelchair Accessible

37 walden street

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Justice Pottery, thrown from a lump of stoneware clay and fired to 2280 degrees Fahrenheit, is glazed with various earth components including ashes from oak and maple trees harvested on potter’s property in Newton, MA. The ash glazes lend character, interest, subtlety and a local quality to the pot’s surface.
Casseroles with stones on lids, that were gathered in Northern Maine’s Lake District, are used for handles and have been adhered / faceted to the lid with glass shards brought from the Charles J. Connick Studio, Back Bay, Boston when the Studio closed in 1986.
Visually pleasing, functional Justice Pottery with simplicity of design for easy use that has been developed over 40 years, is dishwasher and oven safe, contains no lead and is not recommended for microwave use.

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