Like a seamstress creating a custom sewing pattern, I design a master paper pattern for each of my pottery pieces. I use the pattern to cut out and build my work but alter the surface decoration per piece so that every pitcher, planter or plate is unique. Below are examples of the types of pouring vessels and planters that I make. Please note that there are two images of the Creamer built using the same pattern but decorated and glazed very differently.
While a pot pictured here may be available, many are sold and are examples of the forms that I have designed and which I continue to build. Please check my Etsy shop for availability and pricing, or contact me so that I may create something unique for you.
Triangle Creamer & Plate Set
6" x 7.5" x 7", slab-built earthenware with botanical stamping, 2016
Creamer with Texture
6" x 7" x 4.25", slab-built earthenware with stamping and glaze, 2014
Creamer with Scrub Jay
6.25" x 7.5" x 4.25", slab-built earthenware with glaze, underglaze watercolor and pencil, 2014
9.5" x 9" x 5.25", slab-built earthenware with stamping and glaze, 2014
Large Pitcher with Texture
11.5" x 8.75" x 7.25", slab-built earthenware with stamping and glaze, 2014
4.5" x 4.75" x 3.25", earthenware, soft slab, 2016
Small Swoop Planter
5.5" tall x 6.5" x 6.5", unglazed terracotta with botanical stamping
Swoop Oblong Planter
7.5" tall x 12.25" x 7", unglazed terracotta with botanical stamping