Palm Beach Playboy, Ceramic Sculptural Piece, 7 ½ x 10 inches

Debi Lampert-Rudman: Believe in the Possible

William Secord Gallery
52 East 76 Street
New York, New York

Debi Lampert-Rudman: Believe in the Possible October 27 – December 8, 2012 The William Secord Gallery is pleased to present the original ceramic sculptures of Debi Lampert-Rudman, an American artist who’s whimsical, witty and joyous pieces bring a pop-art sensibility to the dog world. Over thirty original, whimsical, witty and joyous ceramic works, along with a selection of preliminary watercolor sketches, will be offered in this exhibition and sale, opening Saturday, October 27, 2-6pm. Debi is currently accepting new commissions in ceramic. Her work is exclusively represented by William Secord Gallery. A Commission Price Guide is available upon request. Please click on the following link to view the entire exhibition: or call us at 212.249.0075

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