Journey in Clay 

Maurice Grossman celebrates his 80th birthday with a retrospective show at the new Dinnerware

Maurice Grossman, Tucson's Mr. Ceramics, never intended to be a potter. The founder of the UA's ceramics program way back in 1955, Grossman started out as a painter, studying watercolor and commercial art at Detroit's Wayne State University in the 1940s. "But…

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