Love this one.....This Flying Saucer Teapot by Dwo Wen Chen was wheel thrown and hand built. The glazes were applied by brush. Dimensions: 6.0in H x 7.5in W x 9.5in L x 5.0in D Dwo-Wen Chen describes his work as "undisciplined and whimsical." Born and raised in Taiwan, educated at RISD, the artist has worked in his studio in Pawtucket, Rhode Island for the past 12 years and incorporates both traditional and modern influences into his clay work and glazing techniques.
@Overstock - Ceramic 'Green Koi' Teapot (Indonesia) - A koi comes to life as a ceramic teapot by Putu Oka Mahendra to represent good fortune. Crafted by hand, the teapot shows rich details carved carefully into the clay, and a rattan handle continues the Indonesian theme. http://www.overstock.com/Worldstock-Fair-Trade/Ceramic-Green-Koi-Teapot-Indonesia/7744301/product.html?CID=214117 $69.99
Peter Karner. "I work with stoneware. My pots are thrown, thrown and altered, or hand-built. To achieve visual depth in my patterns, I employ five elements. Four of these--wax resist, latex, dipping, and brushwork--are applied to bisqued pots. The pots are then high-fired in a heavy reduction atmosphere with the intent of trapping carbon in the base glaze."