Kansas City ceramicist Irma Starr adds details to a plate, one of the pieces she calls “colorful, playful dinnerware.” She is creating the pieces in honor of the 50th annual conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, which is in Kansas City this week.
Kansas City ceramicist Irma Starr adds details to a plate, one of the pieces she calls “colorful, playful dinnerware.” She is creating the pieces in honor of the 50th annual conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, which is in Kansas City this week. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star
Kansas City ceramicist Irma Starr adds details to a plate, one of the pieces she calls “colorful, playful dinnerware.” She is creating the pieces in honor of the 50th annual conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, which is in Kansas City this week. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star

Irma Starr, noted KC ceramicist, creates whimsical pottery for NCECA conference

March 11, 2016 5:00 AM

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