Sweet and charming Annette Corcoran with an open heart and kind look creates masterpieces from ordinary clay. American lady was born in 1930 in Inglewood, California. She received art education and a bachelor's degree in 1952 in the University of California, Berkeley, and then got some other diplomas.
For 15 years, Annette worked as a graphic artist. This profession wasn't that interesting, though, and later she started creating ceramic kettles — this continues for 25 years. Gradually, her conventional pots for brewing fragnant tea have been turning into non-functional works of art made of porcelain. Birds drawn with delicate care are actually recognized species.
Annette is married and has three adult sons. In her 80 years, she's full of optimism and plans.
So, admire the works of the craftswoman:
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