Stephen Freedman is a third generation ceramist/sculptor, whose influences range from Sung Dynasty stoneware, to the sculpture of Auguste Rodin, to Darwinian principles of evolution. He has designed ceramics for corporations, is included in museum and private collections worldwide, and is a published author.

The processes of making, altering, adhering, drying, glazing, and firing generate a sense of historicity for ceramic works – the feeling that events that led to its current existence happened in time.

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