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Modular Sculpture

Karen Kimmel

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Product Information

Artist:

Morgan Peck

Process:

slab construction, unglazed stoneware

Made of:

stoneware

Dimensions:

small piece, 3"L x 2.75"W x 8"H; negative piece, 7.75"L x 5"W x .5"H; positive piece, 7.75"L x 5.75"W x 0.5"H; overall, 7.75"L x 7.75"W x 8"H

Color/finish:

brown

Care:

Hand-wash only. Not dishwasher-safe.

Why We Love This

Abstract modular sculpture from unglazed stoneware in three parts that can form a multitude of different arrangements.
About the artisan: Morgan Peck was born and raised in Washington to a high school art teacher mother and a woodworker father. She studied photography and Russian history in college and had a small after-school business refinishing wood on boats. She started making ceramics after moving to LA, creating sculptures and vessels that combine influences of freeway construction, prehistoric forests, Brutalist architecture, Ruth Duckwoth, and Legos.

Why We Love This

Abstract modular sculpture from unglazed stoneware in three parts that can form a multitude of different arrangements.
About the artisan: Morgan Peck was born and raised in Washington to a high school art teacher mother and a woodworker father. She studied photography and Russian history in college and had a small after-school business refinishing wood on boats. She started making ceramics after moving to LA, creating sculptures and vessels that combine influences of freeway construction, prehistoric forests, Brutalist architecture, Ruth Duckwoth, and Legos.

About Karen Kimmel

Crafting Community’s mission is to create immersive design experiences in which families can play, grow, and simply be together. In keeping with its belief that creativity is an essential tool for life, it encourages and cultivates the creative spirit through art, curated design, fitness, and plain old fun. Whether via a family weekend getaway, a one-day event, a campaign for a partner brand, or a social media initiative, Crafting Community is driven by an enduring commitment to design, community, and partnership.