BROCKTON — When potter Chris Gustin was in graduate school in the mid 1970s, he had a teacher, the Finnish ceramist Kyllikki Salmenhaara, who critiqued his pots with pantomime. She moved like a dancer, mimicking the lines of his work, to convey the mechanics of form. That visceral and age-old connection between clay and the body propels Gustin’s ceramics, on view at the Fuller Craft Museum in a moving and sensual exhibition, “Chris Gustin: Masterworks in Clay.”
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