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Malinda Reich Bowl no. 069

Malinda Reich Ceramics

Friend and neighbor Malinda Reich's wheel-thrown pieces are serving beloved for being functional as well as decorative. Many of her bowls and vases feature hand-carvings inspired by her Scandinavian roots and her love of good food and cooking. These are all one-of -a-kind pieces. To be notified when we update the sele


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Anne Fallis Elliot.

Anne Fallis Elliot

My pots are intended for use, so I’m concerned with how they function; if they pour well for instance. But I’m also interested in line and form and watching new

These tumblers are wheel thrown, painted with a black velvet underglaze, and include hand carved designs. Inside of tumblers are glazed with a matte clear

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Louise Gelderblom  #ceramics #pottery

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Spin out on a whim

As 2014 starts to shut up shop, its time for some contemplation, possibly on a zoetrope pot, or maybe some reflection with some clay doodling. The above image is of Russian potter Mikhail Sadovnikov, doodling in the clay, to create captivating mandalas on the pottery wheel. Guaranteed to get the creative juices fired up, while maybe provoking a hypnotic trance from staring at the motion of the wheel. The prolonged focus and concentration is a meditation in itself. I’m sure for some, the act…

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Mary Histia Canteen



I love this one because it feels like I'm holding a piece of the granite of the Sierras in my hand. It is solidly hefty like a piece of granite would be, but much softer and rounder too. The best of both worlds. The potter's web site is here www.theiere.net/ and her blog is here tpotginkgo.blogspot.com/