Jody Mussoff

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Jody Mussoff (born 1952 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is an American ceramist and artist living in Virginia.

Mussoff's brightly colored drawings represent people and animals from her imagination. She uses a cross-hatching technique, and leaves much of the background blank. Her ceramics are earthenware, also brightly colored, decorated with people and animals. There is humor and a surrealistic quality to her drawings and ceramics.

She received her art training at Carnegie-Mellon University and the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She also is an amzing artist

Her work was included in the exhibition Graphic Masters III, held at the Smithsonian Institution's American Art Museum in 2010, and is in the collections of several other major museums and galleries, including:

Mussoff is listed in major artist databases.[1][2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Clara: Database of Women Artists
  2. ^ American Art Museum - Collections
  3. ^ Art and Artist Files in the Smithsonian Libraries Collections

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