Ceramic Guardians are free-stacked on rebar, providing weather proof color and whimsy to your landscape year round.
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An oven-safe casserole, holds about 2 quarts.
Bake in it, serve in it, store in it.
Wine cups, also suitable for tea, juice or water
With a river flowing through, these bowls hold your soup, cereal or salad
A popular pattern, this one on a large, shallow bowl, which can be used for serving, or for holding a one dish meal
An oceanic feeling to this serving bowl
These forms are waiting to become the elements of Guardians for the garden
Form follows function - the byline of the Bauhaus tradition - has informed my work repeatedly. My tableware is designed to contain wholesome food and encourage conviviality in sharing it.
I work primarily in stoneware, firing at cone 10 in a gas-fired kiln. I also do some work in an electric kiln at cone 6. I work at a cooperative pottery studio called Club Mud, where we share equipment but mix our own glazes and do our own firings
I thought I wanted to study the relationship between art and mental health, and become an art therapist, but a ceramics class became my therapy, and there was no turning back.