Francine Ozereko’s clay pieces are lively, playful and fun, but are masterful examples of the sgrafitto technique of carving down to the white clay from an over-layer of black slip. Here, Ozereko has left fine black lines of slip for the tulip stems and bird legs, and composed a dance of trees, birds, and flowers on an undulating hillside–all in black and white clay. What a celebration! 20″ x 14″. The rim rises up 1″.