'Hidden crevises'

  Work by Mimi Howard in the joint show with Marcia R. Wise, “Where Earth Meets Sky,’’ at Fountain Street gallery, Boston, through Nov. 25. The gallery says: “Mim   i Howard   ’s work is inspired by a fascination with the magic and beauty found in nature, especially in the garden. Each vessel is a unique combination of hand-built and wheel-thrown parts that are then fired multiple times in a kiln. Howard’s sculptures have a tactile quality that allows those who see and touch it to readily experience the work's fluid movement and its natural edges, turn and hidden crevices.’’

Work by Mimi Howard in the joint show with Marcia R. Wise, “Where Earth Meets Sky,’’ at Fountain Street gallery, Boston, through Nov. 25. The gallery says: “Mimi Howard’s work is inspired by a fascination with the magic and beauty found in nature, especially in the garden. Each vessel is a unique combination of hand-built and wheel-thrown parts that are then fired multiple times in a kiln. Howard’s sculptures have a tactile quality that allows those who see and touch it to readily experience the work's fluid movement and its natural edges, turn and hidden crevices.’’