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“My mentor Sylvia Hyman introduced me to ceramic trompe l’oeil sculptures and I was hooked!” says Catherine Moberg. “To make everyday objects out of clay and compose them to form a narrative delights me.
“I love creating found objects out of porcelain and stoneware clay, composing them to form a narrative,” she continues. “I love the reactions of my visitors who can’t believe my pieces are all clay. I really want to fool their eye.”
I would paint designs on fine china for the Herend Company in Budapest.
“A Good Day From Our Special Hens”, a wire basket filled with blue, green, and brown and white farm fresh eggs with a golden egg on the top! Porcelain and stoneware clay with gold leaf life size!
Sylvia Hyman. She is a legendary Nashville clay artist who has explored and created all manners of clay…functional ware, elaborate beaded necklaces, sculpture, and trompe l’oeil to name a few.