Art: Every Day Is Saturday

She was the strangest lady on Fifth Avenue. Her face looked a little like a reduced version of Elsa Lanchester's, her flower-covered, tubular body was rooted in the ground, and for a hat she wore a fragment of a vase full of spreading greenery. She looked like Maud who had finally come into the garden and been left there too long. The lady was all clay, and the creation of Denmark's Bjorn Wiinblad (rhymes with keen blot), one of the brightest ceramists in the business.

A one-man show of Wiinblad's work last week transformed the...

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