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Sunday 16 May 2021 
  


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

   

Here is an assortment of the pottery that I have created in the past. These items are here for show, not for sale. If you see something that you like, contact me and I can create something similar for you!

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Candle holder with star cut outs.
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Dome Tea Light Candle Holder
 
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Tea Light Candle Holder
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Candle Holder
 
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The carvings on this piece cast beautiful light patterns.
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A bulbous shape to accomodate the maximum volume of compost, decorated with carvings
 
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A columnar compost with handles, carvings and a frosted green glaze
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A vaselike design with carvings to match the curves
 
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