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“As a child, I had dirt under my fingernails. I continue to allow the earth to feed me information for my art and for daily living. My expression is basic yet intrigues me to continue this exploration of clay and the figure.”

SOLD - Strength, 27x21x8
SOLD - Strength, 27x21x8
Debra Fritts $7800
Strength
Strength
SOLD - Holding You Close, 22x9x10
SOLD - Holding You Close, 22x9x10
Debra Fritts $6800
Holding You Close
Holding You Close
Wishes, 24x9x7
Wishes, 24x9x7
Debra Fritts $5200
Wishes
Wishes
Heart, 9.5 x 8.5 x 6
Heart, 9.5 x 8.5 x 6
Debra Fritts $3600
SOLD - Connected, 25x12x9, stoneware
SOLD - Connected, 25x12x9, stoneware
Debra Fritts $4800
SOLD - Eyes To The Sky, 27x10x8, stoneware, wood, twine
SOLD - Eyes To The Sky, 27x10x8, stoneware, wood, twine
Debra Fritts $4600
SOLD Listening to the Silence, 9x6, ceramic sculpture
SOLD Listening to the Silence, 9x6, ceramic sculpture
Debra Fritts $1800
SOLD - In My Silence, Prayer, 22x9, ceramic sculpture
SOLD - In My Silence, Prayer, 22x9, ceramic sculpture
Debra Fritts, $4800 - SOLD
SOLD - Rainkeeper: Late Summer • ceramic/mixed media
SOLD - Rainkeeper: Late Summer • ceramic/mixed media
Debra Fritts • $12,000
SOLD - Wishes, 18x13x5, ceramic
SOLD - Wishes, 18x13x5, ceramic
Debra Fritts $3200

About the Artist

As a child, I had dirt under my fingernails. I continue to allow the earth to feed me information for my art and for daily living. My expression is basic yet intrigues me to continue this exploration of clay and the figure. Working intuitively from pounds of wet clay, forms appear and stories develop. I may be questioning an occurrence or celebrating a relationship or just be aware of daily life. The search continues until I reach teh core: the spiritual level of the sculpture. Then the work can speak. At the present, I am exploring new territory in the west while embracing my southern heritage. I am touching ground, getting to the basics, and listening.

Each sculpture is hand built, mainly using thick coils, and fired three to five times depending on the color and surface I am trying to achieve. I approach the color on the clay as a painter. My palette is a combination of oxides, slips, underglazes and glazes. The form of the piece informs the way I should approach the surface.

Website: www.debrafrittsartist.com

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