Bri Kinard and Virginia Scotchie take inventory of their ’Common Ware’ with the terra cotta surface before having packed to be shipped.
A call from a former student turned into one of the most unusual commissions University of South Carolina arts instructor Virginia Scotchie ever received. A new television show needed 348 pieces of ancient Egyptian ceramics, and they needed it in about a month. Virginia and Bri Kinard have worked everyday for a month to complete the commissioned art. Wednesday the final touches where added and the pieces were packed up to be shipped over night to New Mexico. KIM KIM FOSTER-TOBIN — firstname.lastname@example.org Buy Photo