That Stains Never Coming Out exhibit features two USD artists
Millette’s pottery is made with a combination of wheel thrown and hand built forms with a heavy emphasis on surface. The work is then fired in either a traditional wood burning kiln or an experimental gas kiln in order to further embellish the surface of his pots. He will graduate from USD this month and plans on pursuing his master’s degree. Bruce, meanwhile, graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting. Her paintings are figurative ranging from large scale oil to small scale acrylic and mixed media.
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