Collared vases in Eggshell.
Eggshell ranges from cream to khaki to pink.
Pistachio serving bowl.
No material is wasted during the ceramic process — flower pots and bird feeder in recycled clay.
The change in speckles on these Balloon Vases is made by using two different clays.
Porcelain cylinders in blue celadon.
Ice glaze on a group of Cloud Vases.
Straight-sided server in Birch White.
Candle stands are assembled from two wheel-thrown pieces.
Serving bowls in Mahogany.
Birch White dinnerware.
Birch White Fog Vases.
Each Flathead Vase is hand-stamped with a screwdriver.
Mugs in Birch White.
Espresso and Recycled bird feeders.
Low Servering Bowls in Birch White.
One-off serving bowl with a thin application of the Pistachio glaze.
A family of Matte Black vases.
Glazes are dipped, not sprayed or brushed. These tumblers have a half-dipped exterior.
A grouping of different shapes can feel cohesive when finished with the same glaze.
Developing colorways for dinnerware sets.
An experiment layering one glaze over another on each bowl.
A cake stand was part of a commission glazed in Matte Black.
Espresso and Mahogany vases with a few Miso Bowls.
Two effects are achieved from one glaze by using different clays.
Miso Bowls have a prominent foot ring.
Match Strikers in unglazed Almond with a Birch White interior. Shop >
Raw-edge cork tops on these Canisters. Shop >
Straight-sided Server stack.
Exploration into hand-built ceramics.
Café Bowls in Ice.