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Denise Romecki Turns Stoneware Clay into Abstract Crashing Waves

 - May 22, 2015
References: deniseromecki & mymodernmet
The work of Denise Romecki will have people dreaming of ocean getaways where waves are crashing refreshing sea salt spray on faces. She sculpts abstract versions of these waves out of stoneware clay -- giving them a whimsical twist in the process. Whether forming bowls or surging upwards like a fluid flower, Denise Romecki's ceramic sculptures are beautiful to look at.

Based in Ohio, Denise Romecki is a graduate of the Columbus College of Art and Design who currently teaches at the Columbus Cultural Arts Center. She says, "My artwork has always been inspired by the natural world of forests, plants, rocks, oceans, and animals. Attracted by the infinite shapes, colors, and textures they have to offer and the inner affect that they have on our souls."