Judith Motzkin makes Commonwealth Award Prize Objects

Posted Sep 2, 2007
Last Updated Jun 21, 2012

Every other year the Commonwealth of Massachusetts selects people who have made outstanding contributions to the arts and humanities in Massachusetts and honors them with the Commonwealth Award.

In addition to the artist designed medal each recipient receives, the Massachusetts Cultural Council requests proposals from artists for artworks that will be commissioned as the prize for these honorees.

Judith Motzkin was the artist selected to make this art object award for the 2007 awards. Her proposal was selected from over 200 entries. The bowls she proposed are elegantly simple forms set on stone like clay slabs smoked and flame painted.

These pedestal bowls symbolize community and abundance. Some have small clay stones and objects added inside as well.

See more of my work at www.motzkin.com
See more about the Commonwealth Award objects
and recipients: http://www.massculturalcouncil.org/conference/comawards.html


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pedestal bowl 1

One of the award art objects for the Mass. Commonwealth Award.

pedestal bowl 5

One of the award art objects for the Mass. Commonwealth Award.