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Tai Rogers, MFA ceramics at the School of Fine Arts, showcases the largest piece among the three of his "Fabricated Landscapes" project that he spent three months to build during the School of Fine Arts MFA Thesis Exihibitions in the Grunwald Gallery of Art on Wednesday. Rogers' inspiration was from maps - he used his imagination to make the lines more vivid than a flattened world.

Tai Rogers, MFA ceramics at the School of Fine Arts, showcases the largest piece among the three of his "Fabricated Landscapes" project that he spent three months to build during the School of Fine Arts MFA Thesis Exihibitions in the Grunwald Gallery of Art on Wednesday. Rogers' inspiration was from maps - he used his imagination to make the lines more vivid than a flattened world.