Story last updated at 1:34 p.m. Thursday, August 22, 2002

Form & Function
photo: entertainment
  Photo by Carey James, Homer News
Artists appear at the Homer Council on the Arts this month mix artistic impulses with utilitarian purposes, as seen in Tarri Thurman's "Anaconda Lamp," made of steel and copper with a copper shade.  
Artists appearing at the Homer Council on the Arts this month mix artistic impulses with utilitarian purposes, as seen in Tarri Thurman's "Anaconda Lamp," made of steel and copper with a copper shade.

Paul Dungan's large vase, below center, is one of several pottery works by the Homer artist on display this month. Others include glazed sinks, bowls and platters.

Leo Vait's painting-like sculpture, right, made of concrete and pigments is less functional than many of his other works, which include stone fireplaces and other works in stone, concrete and wood.

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