"High Desert Infinity Wave Bowl" Ceramic Bowl Created by Tatiana Hunter
This glorious vessel fired in a coppery green Raku has an added slip-trailed texture around the top of the pot. It also has an elegant spire lid that sets into the top. By Shane Porter. Just love these colors and I sure miss my wheel!
Raku Vessel. The colors are amazing on this piece.
Esther pots by Steve Siegrist and his wife, sculptor Renée Lotenero.
Turq. ivory, and chocolate vessel by Jan Bilek.
Wafer-thin sheets of copper with a burnished patina form these resplendent handmade bowls. Use individually to add just the right amount of shimmer, or group together to make a subtly sophisticated statement. Food-safe finishes. Sold individually, but these bowls also nest beautifully in each other. $48
precious metal bowls pigeon toe ceramics
Elephant Ceramics + West Elm — gorgeous textured blue vases!
Multiple techniques ... Raku vessel, one of my favorite ways to fire clay. I use several of my own pieces in staging.
WOW.......Echo Vase, 2009; Jennifer McCurdy; porcelain, wheel-thrown, altered, carved, incised, and burnished; 14 x 11 x 9 in. Photo: Gary Mirando at the Sherrie Gallerie in Columbus, OH
1995 Cliff Lee Born: Vienna, Austria 1951 porcelain and celadon glaze