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Ted Saupe: The Athens Years

Ted Saupe: The Athens Years
This exhibition is a residential retrospective of Saupe's years in the ceramics hub of Athens, Georgia. The exhibition includes works from Saupe's personal collection that have accumulated over the past 2+ decades as well as newer pieces.
  • $100
    Ted Saupe

    Mug

    Ted Saupe’s work is inspired by pottery styles from both Japan and the southeastern United States. His work is a way of cataloging a specific memor...

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  • $80
    Ted Saupe

    Cup

    Ted Saupe’s work is inspired by pottery styles from both Japan and the southeastern United States. His work is a way of cataloging a specific memor...

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  • $200
    Ted Saupe

    Cup

    Ted Saupe’s work is inspired by pottery styles from both Japan and the southeastern United States. His work is a way of cataloging a specific memor...

    View full details
  • $190
    Ted Saupe

    Cup

    Ted Saupe’s work is inspired by pottery styles from both Japan and the southeastern United States. His work is a way of cataloging a specific memor...

    View full details
  • $130
    Ted Saupe

    Mug

    Ted Saupe’s work is inspired by pottery styles from both Japan and the southeastern United States. His work is a way of cataloging a specific memor...

    View full details
  • $170
    Ted Saupe

    Mug

    Ted Saupe’s work is inspired by pottery styles from both Japan and the southeastern United States. His work is a way of cataloging a specific memor...

    View full details
  • $140
    Ted Saupe

    Mug

    Ted Saupe’s work is inspired by pottery styles from both Japan and the southeastern United States. His work is a way of cataloging a specific memor...

    View full details
  • $200
    Ted Saupe

    Cup

    Ted Saupe’s work is inspired by pottery styles from both Japan and the southeastern United States. His work is a way of cataloging a specific memor...

    View full details
  • $200
    Ted Saupe

    Cup

    Ted Saupe’s work is inspired by pottery styles from both Japan and the southeastern United States. His work is a way of cataloging a specific memor...

    View full details