CyberPsychoCeramics display at Koop's 'Clay-Mates' exibit at the Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts in New Castle, Pa - March 1999Silk Road Journey JarSelf PortraitTwist and ShoutEvolution of Inquiry IChun JarTeam Work ChaliceCobalt BottleSchizophrenia in RecoveryTowerDepressionEmbraceSeeing RedOde to OhrSereneChun Tea PotIslandsCorn Centered PotPink PropriumFlowInteraction TotemKoop's Claymates Exibits
Cyber
Psycho
Ceramics

Sandra K. Webster

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Link to Koop's  Clay-Mates
Kathy Koop, My Teacher
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done by Kathy Koop,
My Teacher.

The Pots

Teamwork Chalice
Chun Jar
Cobalt Bottle
Corn Centered Pot
Depression
Embrace
Flow
Inquiry
Interaction Totem
Islands
Journey
Ohr
Pink Proprium
Red
Schizophrenia in Recovery
Self Portrait
Serene
Tea Pot
Tower
Twist

The Internet Exhibit is in conjuntion with Koop's "Clay-Mates" showing March 21- April 9, 1999


Acknowledgements
In addition to the superb teaching and inspiration given by Kathy Koop, this exhibit has been aided and encouraged by my husband, Ronald G. Webster who not only carried pots, helped build shelves, but also photographed the pots, instalation and artists.  Ron also provided important technical assistance with the computer hardware and software.  Acknowledgement must also be given to the two institutions which supported this endeavor.  The Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts builds a community spirit that places art at the center.  Westminster College fosters interdisciplinary coherence and excellence in liberal education.  The practice of that philosophy allowed the work presented in this exhibit to come to fruition.
SKW
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