Inspiration...................A Journey Back To Clay
After many years in administration, I have returned to what I love. Clay and teaching. I am blessed to have wonderful students and to work in a special school. The Roeper School is an example of what I believe education should be for every child. If we were all respected as human beings when we were children and valued for who we really are, how would our world look? This blog is a visual resource and a place to share images of Roeper student's work
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Back to Saxon (AD 450 - 1066) Title: Saxon biconical jar Description: Biconical jar of buff sandy ware. This jar has been wheelthrown. It has two zones of stamped decoration separated by cordon on its upper body. The base is flat and roughly cut off. This jar was imported from the Frankish areas of what is now northern France and Belgium.
The Dick Jemison Tribal Art Collections, African Ceramics Collection
Images of African Ceramics from The Dick Jemison Tribal Art Collections. These ceramics can be seen at The Birmingham Museum of Art in Birmingham, Alabama
Tollund Man The bog body of the Iron Age man from Tollund Mose in central Jutland, Denmark, c. 220 b.c. His body was deposited in the bog, presumably after being hanged, and was preserved under a thick layer of peat […]