Ceramics

Anjum Ahmed

Collaborator: Aisha Ahmed
Chicago, IL

All pieces are made using porcelain and then high fire glazed.Most of the pieces are wheel thrown then intricate surface decoration is applied using carving and slip trailing to make it one of a kind.

Anjum Ahmed 2017-07-26T22:53:06+00:00

Shawn Barbagallo

RAKU Gold Pottery
South Beloit, IL

All pieces are handbuilt/wheel thrown & fired through the Japanese Raku firing process. All of the glazes are made from scratch & produce many different brilliant colors.

Shawn Barbagallo 2017-07-26T23:12:02+00:00

Yoshiko Kozawa

Studio Giverny
Minneapolis, MN
Etsy Shop

I wheel throw pots, and hand build animal vases and plant holders, use stoneware-porcelain clay, mix my own glazes, fire manually in gas reduction, and finish them with handmade tassels and pompoms!

Yoshiko Kozawa 2017-07-26T23:03:14+00:00

Tanya Leslie

Fresh Mud Pottery
Boonesmill, VA

Functional and nonfunctional hand thrown hand altered manipulated Raku pottery.

Tanya Leslie 2017-07-26T23:01:21+00:00

Natalie Steinmetz

Windy City Ceramics
Chicago, IL
windycityceramics.com

My work is mostly wheel thrown forms with various surface treatments that include hand carving, silkscreening, and hand drawn decals. I work in both porcelain and cone 10 stoneware.

Natalie Steinmetz 2017-07-26T22:54:33+00:00

Michael Terra

Terra Cottage Ceramics
Paducah, KY
terracottageceramics.com

I am a poet and sculptor. My artwork is all hand sculpted high fired stoneware layered with engobes, oxides, glazes with my own original poetry, wordplay, and quips.

Michael Terra 2017-07-26T21:43:32+00:00

Julia Timm

Fresh Mud Pottery
Minneapolis, MN
freshmudpottery.com

I slab build using two layers of clay. A thin, pierced layer is applied over a painted layer. The piece is built and incised. Stained black and wiped in bisque stage. Fired to cone 6 oxidation.

Julia Timm 2017-07-26T22:51:22+00:00