Ceramic sculptor Immer Cook, a resident of Easthampton, uses traditional hand building techniques to create his sculptures. Some of the pieces play with the architecture of the pitcher form, others are more figurative in their focus. Immer’s craftsmanship is well recognized in the ceramic arts community as “amazing,” achieving a level of mastery that only comes from many years of reworking and refining his skills which began at Bradford College studying with the late Martin Sweet, a master ceramicist. CyclePottery is fortunate to have Immer creating his magnificent sculptures in the Studio and for sale in the Gallery.
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All Photos by John Polak