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    Auburn-based studio potter Marianne DeMartini creates hand-thrown, hand-carved pieces. All her work is lead-free and food, microwave, and dishwasher safe.

    Curvy coffee cups from David Pier. Dishwasher & microwave safe.

    love the carving

    Carved alligator skull

    Hanging out with Sacramento-based makeup artist Jenifer Haupt of iMakeBeautiful

    Glenda Jordan hand brushes her botanical designs with a batik-based process and finishes them with a food-safe glaze.

    Ascension of Polka Dots on Trees, Yayoi Kusama

    The Raku clay 7-Up Can sculpture is made by CA artist, Karen Shapiro. Come see her piece in the permanent collection at Crocker Art Museum.

    Tower Bridge of Sacramento, CA - by Paul Vo, January 2008.

    Have fun with your food! Dishwasher & microwave safe plates by Fred and Friends.

    Illustration over Photography. #hand

    dollzone anson, blank

    The Raku clay Pepsi bottle sculpture is made by CA artist, Karen Shapiro. Come see her piece in the permanent collection at Pam Crocker Art Museum.

    Fun slide!

    Just Luv'd on Luvocracy | Beetle Sculpture "Coleoptera Filigre" (medium) $180.00

    state print

    sandra fettingis - "new neon" show

    These hand thrown ceramic bowls were made to look like they were in an earthquake. By Nelson, CA-based artist Paul DiPasqua, who has works in the Crocker’s permanent collection.