Now in her 80s, Betty Woodman has been challenging the limits of ceramics for half a century. “Windows, Carpets and Other Paintings,” Woodman’s cheekily titled installation in the gallery’s Freeman Alley branch, utilizes the walls and floor of the gallery. There’s not a pedestal in sight; instead, the brightly glazed earthenware objects-vessels, shapes, plant forms, anthropomorphic figures-are attached flatly to the wall like 3-D decals or placed on the floor like cheery area rugs.
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