Edith Cauchi: Sculpture in Ceramics, part 2

Edith Cauchi devoted thirty years of her life to ceramic art.  When she and her husband Joe Cauchi moved from New York City to Bethel, Connecticut in 1949 they immediately redesigned an old rural farm building into an art studio.  Within a few months, Edith proudly launched Turkey Plain Pottery, named after the nearby local Turkey Plain Road.  With a modest sign on the highway and a few business cards, Edith began to create original pottery designs - beginning with handmade bowls, platters, pitchers and vases.

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"Child's Head" unglazed ceramic, c. 1961)




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Samples of Edith Cauchi ceramics, from a 2006 exhibit (works 1956-1976)



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