The Philadelphia Museum of Art Trinket Dish

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The Philadelphia Museum of Art Trinket Dish
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About the Artist:

Nicole Aquillano was raised in a small town outside of Pittsburgh, PA. She took an unconventional path to become a full time studio potter. After pursuing a career in civil engineering, she left to follow her passion and earned her MFA in ceramics from RISD in 2012. Nicole draws each image by hand directly into the porcelain clay with a knife and inlays a black underglaze. The high temperature of the kiln combined with a clear glaze overlay slightly blurs the drawing, much like a faded memory. She often references imagery from her past as a way to establish a personal connection. She lives and works in the Fort Point Area of Boston with her husband Sam and cat Luna.

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This artist edition trinket dish was handcrafted by native Pennsylvania ceramicist Nicole Aquillano. Her works narrate time and place in memory through hand-drawn imagery on ceramics. This particular piece illustrates the iconic silhouette of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a place both visitors and Philadelphians will recognize. The perfect catch-all tray for rings, keys, or sunglasses.
  • By Nicole Aquillano
  • Ceramic
  • 3 1/2" x 7 1/4" x 3/5"
  • Made in USA
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