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Tuesday 17 Oct 2017 
  


A word from the artist...

My stoneware pottery is wheel-thrown in my studio in Durham, North Carolina. All glazes featured here come from glazes I have either developed from the ground up or are my own derivations of recipes I have come across during my study of pottery. Every time I sit at the wheel, I attempt to create art that represents a balance of form and function. Once the clay has been shaped, I fire my pieces to stoneware temperatures, ensuring that the clay body is "fixed" and impermeable to water. In the firing process, my glazes capture the molten flow of the glass-melt and delightfully unpredictable effects. . . . .JS

   

There's several new pieces here on the site available for purchase!


Click to View Details Earthtone Compost
A kitchen compost container is perfect for storing kitchen fruit and vegetable scraps before sending them out to an outdoor compost bin. These containers are attractive and fully functional. The lids are able to hold active carbon sheets (two free pre-cut sheets are included) to help filter out any odors. These sheets can last for months and can be cleaned for extended use.
Click to View Details Green Compost
Green compost jar with wheat carving. A kitchen compost container is perfect for storing kitchen fruit and vegetable scraps before sending them out to an outdoor compost bin. These containers are attractive and fully functional. The lids are able to hold active carbon sheets (two free pre-cut sheets are included) to help filter out any odors. These sheets can last for months and can be cleaned for extended use.
 
Click to View Details Rust-colored bowl
A rust colored bowl with two blue decorative lines.
Click to View Details Kitchen Compost
This compost puts our new glaze combination
 
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