The late Ken Price (1935-2012), better known for his abstract, intricately painted ceramics, was also a prolific draftsman. Some 65 works on paper from throughout Price’s career are included in “Slow and Steady Wins the Race.” The drawings and prints depict cartoonlike interiors, Pop-ish landscapes, urban skylines, and quirky vessels that resemble some of his “functional” ceramics (cups perched on top of sea turtles or with Chinese figurine attachments).
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