germinations
germinations

The diversity of nature fascinates me and I strive to mirror that variety in my work. My practice is a combination of experimentation and crafsmanship. I take pleasure in pinching, coiling, slab building and throwing diverse clay bodies; making use of various glazes and firing techniques to get unexpected organic forms and surfaces. 

Heartbeet (Detail)
Heartbeet (Detail)

White stoneware with oxides and  glaze

4"x4"x8"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

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Volcano
Volcano

White stoneware with copper saturate glaze

12"x12"x12"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Volcano (Detail)
Volcano (Detail)
Magma
Magma

Unglazed stoneware clay with iron oxide

6" sphere

Photo: David Caras

Gourdgeous
Gourdgeous

White stoneware with oxides, underglaze and ash glaze

8"x9"x11

Photo: Larry Chattereton

Gourdgeous (Detail)
Gourdgeous (Detail)
Gourdgeous (Detail)
Gourdgeous (Detail)

Detail

Stones
Stones

Pit fired clay

4"x6"x6"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Flower
Flower

Brown stoneware clay, texture glaze

6"x6"x6"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Twins
Twins

Saw dust fired clay

4"x5"X12"

Photo: David Caras

Opening
Opening

Brown stoneware clay, texture glaze

3"x 5"x 21"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Frenimies
Frenimies

White stoneware with underglaze & black glaze

4"x5"x7"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Roots
Roots

Brown stoneware with green glaze

6"x10"x12"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

 

Trunks
Trunks

 Copper oxide, ash glaze on white stoneware

6"x6"x14"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Trunks
Trunks

Different view

Totems
Totems

 Dripped glazes and  oxides on white stoneware

4"x14", 4"x15", 4"x15"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

A Rose by Any Other Name
A Rose by Any Other Name
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Lily
Lily
Four Elements
Four Elements
Welcome to Antarctica
Welcome to Antarctica

White stoneware, underglazes, clear glaze

6"x8"x12"

Photo: David Caras

germinations
Heartbeet (Detail)
LJC_6065.jpg
Volcano
Volcano (Detail)
Magma
Gourdgeous
Gourdgeous (Detail)
Gourdgeous (Detail)
Stones
Flower
Twins
Opening
Frenimies
Roots
Trunks
Trunks
Totems
A Rose by Any Other Name
IMG_1718.jpg
Lily
Four Elements
Welcome to Antarctica
germinations

The diversity of nature fascinates me and I strive to mirror that variety in my work. My practice is a combination of experimentation and crafsmanship. I take pleasure in pinching, coiling, slab building and throwing diverse clay bodies; making use of various glazes and firing techniques to get unexpected organic forms and surfaces. 

Heartbeet (Detail)

White stoneware with oxides and  glaze

4"x4"x8"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Volcano

White stoneware with copper saturate glaze

12"x12"x12"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Volcano (Detail)
Magma

Unglazed stoneware clay with iron oxide

6" sphere

Photo: David Caras

Gourdgeous

White stoneware with oxides, underglaze and ash glaze

8"x9"x11

Photo: Larry Chattereton

Gourdgeous (Detail)
Gourdgeous (Detail)

Detail

Stones

Pit fired clay

4"x6"x6"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Flower

Brown stoneware clay, texture glaze

6"x6"x6"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Twins

Saw dust fired clay

4"x5"X12"

Photo: David Caras

Opening

Brown stoneware clay, texture glaze

3"x 5"x 21"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Frenimies

White stoneware with underglaze & black glaze

4"x5"x7"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Roots

Brown stoneware with green glaze

6"x10"x12"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

 

Trunks

 Copper oxide, ash glaze on white stoneware

6"x6"x14"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

Trunks

Different view

Totems

 Dripped glazes and  oxides on white stoneware

4"x14", 4"x15", 4"x15"

Photo: Larry Chatterton

A Rose by Any Other Name
Lily
Four Elements
Welcome to Antarctica

White stoneware, underglazes, clear glaze

6"x8"x12"

Photo: David Caras

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