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For the past 50 years Douglas Browe has been submersed in ceramic art work. His practice has drawn him to study in colleges, in apprenticeships, to the British Isles for a year studying with ceramic masters, to be a studio potter for 30 + years, to a Burmese Refugee Camp setting up a studio and teaching simple utilitarian ware and water filters in 2002 and 2004 and back to university at age 50 for a master’s degree in art and then to a second career heading the  Sculpture and Ceramics department at Mendocino College, still continuing that work today. 

“My current work in clay is driven by experimentation, an active imagination and divining the figurative aspect inherent in all vessel forms. I am honored to participate in this unique Sister City Exchange Show.” 

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