Margot Dizney Loy

Margot began sculpting in the early 1970's when she took a class in pottery intending to make a set of "dishes". It was at this time she became fascinated with shaping clay into figures and began to sculpt instead. Margot's original goal was quickly abandoned and very soon relegated to history.

Although for many years clay sculpture has been her predominant medium Margot also continues to work in watercolor and oils. Margot usually begins a work with the idea of evoking or communicating an emotive state or a concept. Many of her OILS and WATERCOLORS begin with dream imagery.


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