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8 x 10 x 4" / Ceramic Stoneware clay, hand-built to resemble an ammonite shell. The clay is burnished with a fine slip before firing the first time. The second firing takes place in an earthen pit,...
8 x 10 x 4" / Ceramic Stoneware clay, hand-built to resemble an ammonite shell. The applied clay sea snakes meander in and around the shell as they look for the sea-leaves. The clay is burnished wi...
8 x 10 x 5" / Ceramic Stoneware clay, hand-built to mimic a seashell. Burnished with a fine slip. High-fired in a Soda kiln with flashing slip to give an old patina finish that looks like algae. Wa...
Hand-built ammonite shell colored with stains and slips for the first firing. Glass added to the front sections for a second fire in a soda kiln. The glass creates a shiny blue finish reminiscent o...
4 x 3.5" / CeramicPit-fired ceramic round box. Organic materials leave their distinguishing marks on burnished ceramic. Whites, grays, kisses of orange and peach all marl together beautifully.
5x3x6"/ Stoneware clay, pit-fired for a rich assortment of peach, silver, grey and smoky black. Media consists of clay, feather-feelers, and feather eye stalks complete with googly-eyes. / Not you...
Part Bunny and part Turtle makes a Burtle. Bunny feet, face, and tail with tortoise shell make this an interesting chimera. High fire stoneware with stains and underglazes creates a natural soft pa...
Half chicken, half snail, this Chicken-Snail has lovely feathers to compliment her genetic mosaic. Stoneware clay, high fired in a soda kiln. 8 x 8 x 6"
This double-ruffle oyster has a red crab on one side, and colorful seashells on the other side. The interior is peaceful aqua perfect on a seabed. Stoneware clay fired in a raku kiln. 4.5 x 7 x 4"
Stoneware open head. High-Fired in a soda kiln. Suitable for planting or hiding treasures. 10 x 7 x 7"