Erosion, rocks and desert landscapes are the muse for most of Lynn Dee’s sculptural work. Using a combination of slab construction, hand throwing, and hand forming, she creates interesting pieces that can be shown in a variety of positions. Rocks have holes and so do some of Lynn’s sculptures. The holes function as a way for steam to escape during the firing. Ones without holes are especially difficult to make, as they must be fired more slowly to prevent breaking at a vulnerable time during the bisque (first) firing and glaze firing.