.Exploring shapes and putting them together in new ways to create sculpture and some vases.
Imagine using this piece with just one flower or twig to call attention to the angles and planes that bring joy to the owner.
Taking inspiration from the sea, the glaze brings to mind the froth of the waves, and the sculptural elements are like sea creatures, thriving in the deep.
Looking at this piece from different angles, there are many spaces that can be used to frame perspectives. Is that structure more like a stone monolith or could it be a telescope reference?
This group of 4 objects is designed as an assemblage that can be arranged in different configurations to march down your table setting and provide conversation among your guests.
Organic, yet urbane, this sculpture asks to be examined from all sides. Put it on a turntable and let your friends spin it slowly to get its full effect.
An inanimate object with an animated quality - yet it does not need to be fed.
The best kind of art is collaborative - so if you are a painter, here are some frames for your art. Or maybe you are just looking for decor for your home.
Two wall plaques with copper (green) and cobalt (blue) designs of nature.
Building picture frames from extruded materials is fun. I've added a piece of hand-made paper for fun, but you could easily replace that with a creation of your own.
A delicate leaf pattern is on this frame with a dramatic swoop.
Think ocean thoughts as you place these wall hangings in your space.
.Triangle picture frame with printed paper inset.
Four very different studies, but they integrate well. NFS
Practical objects can be art, too. Serve some nibbles to your guests on plates that are unique. Dishwasher safe, too.
Three plates with raised foot. Glaze applied in a diagonal pattern to accentuate the pebble pattern. For sale on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BTRGG2C?ref=myi_title_dp
Two plates with raised foot. Interesting glaze accentuating the swirls.
Little abstract pitcher for bringing milk to the table.
Inspired by a tree stump - this little toothpick holder has character and grace.
Toothpicks can be left on the table in this little stump holder.
A vase depicting an embrace to hug your flowers.
For many of the vases, I can customize for you and add a favorite picture or graphic. Contact me with your needs and I will do my best to accommodate your wishes.
Vase is for sale on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08CD642XN?ref=myi_title_dp
I can customize if you would like to add a photo to the vase.
This stoneware vase is for sale on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08CDFGB2K?ref=myi_title_dp
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If you have a favorite photograph, perhaps of one of your ancestors, I can put that photo on a vase. This vase has a photo of my Grandma Julia from the late 1800's. It is a wonderful way to honor her strength and vitality. Email me for prices and options.
These little vessels have a personality all their own. Three different attitudes, they could be used for tea or other condiments.
The feel of porcelain between your fingers can lead to all kinds of imaginative shapes. Applying iron oxide and copper to the designs brings the abstract patterns to life. Could be used for flowers or just for decor.
Rare extruded porcelain piece, accented with organic shapes and incising.
Extruded and altered vase with a classic blue glaze accenting the geometric shapes.
This vessel is meant for a votive candle with a little pocket on the side for a small plant/flower. One of a kind.