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    Hands

    Clay became her ‘one black crayon’

    In ceramic vessels, capturing the quiet, detailed beauty of nature

    By Melissa Shaw-Smith

    Paula Shalan’s strong fingers sculpt the air as she describes how she came to build pots. She struggled with dyslexia during childhood, remaining silent, expressing herself through drawing and painting, and making collages with her...

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