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Always had a passion for clay.

As I studied modeling and sculpting, I realized that clay has infinite
possibilities; it speaks words my voice cannot express, feelings my heart does not know it carries.


Born in Uruguay with a European family background, I’ve always liked to work with my hands. As life took me to different countries, I always managed to find a ceramic class to attend. As a result, I took wheel and hand building classes here in America, in Thames Ditton, England, and in Chateauneuf de Grasse, France.

Graciela Herrero

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While raising my children, I always made time for a ceramic class here and there. And as they grew older, I am able to focus on my own career and passion for the arts, working toward a Degree in Fine Arts with emphasis in sculpture at the Academy of Art University of San Francisco.

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My passion for clay has only grown over the years. And while working each piece, I feel “a communication” with the clay through the whole process of modeling, shaping the details, choosing its finishes...until there is a certain satisfaction for a completed piece, capable of conveying a message to the viewer, causing emotions, becoming a conversation piece. Clay and its infinite possibilities...

Graciela lives in Kennesaw, Georgia and continues to study at the Academy of Art University online.

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