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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Jina Brenneman
Ken Price, an internationally known artist whose glazed and painted clay blurred the lines between ceramics and sculpture, is being remembered for his humor, his love of natural shapes and for the long hours he spent in the studio perfecting what became a style all his own.
Brenneman said whatever the medium, Price's work was always meticulous, refined and witty.
One of the reasons he was able to elevate ceramics to such a high level is because the medium eventually became an irrelevant part of his creative process, Brenneman said.