Words from Vasari21:

“Raised in the Bronx to parents of Sicilian origin, Elisa D’Arrigo was the first in her family to attend college, and when she arrived at the State University at New Paltz, NY, she got her first real exposure to working with clay. “It was just one of those things,” she says. “It felt like this powerful, magnetic attraction to the unbelievable malleability of something you could do in a second, like a conductor working on a score. There’s an incredible spontaneity, and you can achieve this very elaborate eccentric form.”

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