At center, the wheel where Lee and Collins throw pots. On the wall, to the left, is Sunset Park, a painting Lee made when she got back into her own work, though she found painting to be “almost too cerebral. I was thinking about it too much. When I switched to ceramics I was able to let go. I make it, slap some glaze on it, and then it’s in the kiln. It’s up to the fire to deal with it.”
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At center, the wheel where Lee and Collins throw pots. On the wall, to the left, is Sunset Park, a painting Lee made when she got back into her own work, though she found painting to be “almost too cerebral. I was thinking about it too much. When I switched to ceramics I was able to let go. I make it, slap some glaze on it, and then it’s in the kiln. It’s up to the fire to deal with it.”