Anna Kasabian’s white porcelain sculptures inspired by the sea and the natural flora of her native home will be on view April 2 - 30 in the exhibition :
Anna Kasabian | Visions of Cape Ann at Jane Deering Gallery . 19 Pleasant Street . Gloucester MA.  Gallery hours during April: Fridays-Sundays 1:00-5:00pm and by appointment.

‘While I use just one simple metal tool to help me perfect my shapes, my favorite tool is my hand. To me, each ball of clay is a unique, unpredictable entity, and so often, my turns and twists are done with  its cooperation. In essence, I work along with the clay, working to move it to its full potential as an object of art.’                                                                                                                        — Anna Kasabian

Anna Kasabian is an alumna of Endicott College and holds a BA from Emerson College.  Her hand-formed porcelain pieces ‘recall the forms and motion of flowers, sea plants and ocean waves — all visual bookmarks of native Cape Ann where the earth and ocean meet in spectacular forms.’ Her work has been exhibited widely in the US and commissioned for public spaces in Chicago, Illinois; Vail, Colorado; and San Juan, Puerto Rico; and has been featured in numerous publications, including Ceramic Review, The Boston Globe, and Architectural Digest. Her work is in many private and corporate collections.  The artist maintains a studio in Manchester, MA.
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