“The All American Pastime”,
15 in. wide x 14 in. deep x 9 in. high, clay sculpture
This piece was inspired by my 35 years in Baltimore, Maryland,
and a Baltimore Oriole fan. The hot dog is a common food at any
baseball game. The ball, base and bird all relate as well.“The All American Pastime”, 15 in. wide x 14 in. deep x 9 in. high, clay sculpture This piece was inspired by my 35 years in Baltimore, Maryland, and a Baltimore Oriole fan. The hot dog is a common food at any baseball game. The ball, base and bird all relate as well.

Tom Supensky

SC Sculpture Artist of the Year 2013

803-641-6811

803-443-5232 (cell)

TGsupensky@gmail.com

supensky@gforcecable.com

www.tomsupensky.com

Tom Supensky is Professor Emeritus at Towson University in Towson, Maryland, where he taught ceramic art. During his 35-year tenure, he taught on Fulbright exchanges in Bristol, England, and Oldenburg, Germany. He was guest artist at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie, Wisconsin. He also taught in Florence, Italy, and Tasmania, Australia. He continues to give lectures and workshops as well as exhibiting his work. He makes his clay sculpture at his home in Aiken, South Carolina, where he lives with his wife, Pauline. He is the author of the book, Looking At Art, Aesthetic Concepts Fundamental To Being An Artist, Tate Publications and Enterprises, LLC. Learn more by visiting his website at www.tomsupensky.com.

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