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Brother Thomas Bezanson, Wheel Form Vase with blue-purple and opalescent white glaze, Image Courtesy of Pucker Gallery.
“Art is something seen about something unseen.” — Brother Thomas
Image Courtesy of Pucker Gallery.
Brother Thomas is an artist formed in the monastic art of the pursuit of Beauty. He is single-minded, in awe of the beauty that makes life, life, immersed in the center of it, in praise of the power of it, in search of the creativity that captures it for us now, again, forever, always.
“Risking is important, not just in the potter’s art but in art itself, which in the long view is a never-ending quest for the unattainable.” — Brother Thomas
Brother Thomas Bezanson, Vase, Northern Celadon with Iron Yellow, Image Courtesy of Pucker Gallery.
Brother Thomas Bezanson, Vase with Alternate Lids, Iron Yellow Glaze, Image Courtesy of Pucker Gallery.