Platos

Canard, Stoneware, majolica glaze

I've been making pottery for as long as I can remember. I grew up working in a production pottery, and while I make many different things in my studio today, returning to the potters wheel to make these plates is as perennial as the grass for me. They are an extension of my painting and drawing and capture my sense of humor and curiosity. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do while making them.

Tongue Tongue, 2014, Ceramic, slip cast earthenware, black iron oxide stain, clear glaze, enamel, oil stick, nylon, approximately 14 inches diameter x 1 inch.

Serpent in the grass, Stoneware, clear glaze and mason stains

The Last Iceberg, Stoneware, majolica glaze, blue and black stain

Avarice Riding on the Devil's Back, Stoneware, majolica glaze

Blowing Raspberries

Blowing Raspberries, Stoneware, Sgraffito, majolica glaze

 

Strange Fruit I, Stoneware, majolica glaze

Heraldry I (Pilgrim), Stoneware, majolica glaze

Tonic for your weary head, Stoneware, majolica glaze

Untitled, Stoneware, majolica glaze

Stolen Office Supply I (Stapler), Stoneware, majolica glaze

 

Peaches I, Stoneware, majolica glaze

Peaches II, Stoneware, majolica glaze


 

Cashier, Stoneware, Clear glaze, coloured stains

Stool, 2010, Slipcast Earthenware, Clear glaze, black stain

Glory Hole, 2010, Slipcast earthenware, Black Stain

New Yorker #39, Stoneware, clear glaze, black stain

New Yorker #2, earthenware, clear glaze, black stain, 9 inches in diameter, 2012

New Yorker #3, earthenware, clear glaze, black stain, 9 inches in diameter, 2012

New Yorker #4, earthenware, clear glaze, black stain, 9 inches in diameter, 2012

New Yorker #5, earthenware, clear glaze, black stain, 9 inches in diameter, 2012

Meredith, Stoneware, clear glaze, black and coloured stain

Dead Flowers, Stoneware and black stain

Lucky, Stoneware, clear glaze and mason stain

Worker, Stoneware ,engobe, clear glaze and mason stain

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