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John Albert Murphy - Covid-19 to the Present

John’s ceramics have been in International, National, and local competitions and exhibitions since 1979, and are in Museums all over the world. His Art has enabled travels to San Bao Village Pottery in China 2000, and for Artist in Residences at Changchun Art Gallery, Changchun, China 2016 and 2017, where he made his ceramic artwork and he also taught basic ceramics to Chinese Art Teachers of Children. John continues to work in his home studio, exploring and experimenting with the clay materials, the process and his imagination. For more information and photos go to John Albert Murphy on Facebook Artist reception will take place on March 11th from 6pm-10pm

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