About the Cover art as published then in the Potter’s Shed Section:

2008-09 Fall/Winter print edition, Vol. 20 No. 3

 “Portrait Cup with Yellow Lines Ceramic” ( 7.5″ x 8″ x 7″) is part of a series that was originally inspired by the ritual stirrup vessels of the Moche culture (1st – 9th century AD) from Peru, Ovidio Giberga says, “The stirrup spout in my work serves as a compelling design feature but more importantly references the “figure as vessel” metaphor, inviting the viewer to think abstractly as to their content and purpose. “ His titles suggest anthropological artifacts, specific to his place and time.

    For a current update on this Master artist, see www.ovidiog.com.




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