1. carnevaleclay:

I was lucky to have found Esther Griffith, such an incredible wealth of talent.  I am always checking out her sites for new work to see what she’s up to.  Her color palette is incredible- so layered, wonderfully playful yet you know she’s in control/ quite sophisticated.  She is inspiring and I’ll let her work speak for itself.  Check out her interview here and don’t hesitate to pass the word!  see more of her work on facebook & etsy 

    carnevaleclay:

    I was lucky to have found Esther Griffith, such an incredible wealth of talent.  I am always checking out her sites for new work to see what she’s up to.  Her color palette is incredible- so layered, wonderfully playful yet you know she’s in control/ quite sophisticated.  She is inspiring and I’ll let her work speak for itself.  Check out her interview here and don’t hesitate to pass the word!  see more of her work on facebook & etsy 





  2. and-thou-said:

wockawock:

Cylinder (View 1) 2012 earthenware, slips, glaze, china paint 10.5” h x 11.5” w x 11.5”d   Lauren Mabry  


Yum!

    and-thou-said:

    wockawock:

    Cylinder (View 1) 2012 earthenware, slips, glaze, china paint 10.5” h x 11.5” w x 11.5”d   Lauren Mabry  

    Yum!





  3. design-is-fine:

    Stig Lindberg, vase for Gustavsberg, 1950s. Faience. Sweden. Via modernity.se





  4. bulldogpottery:

Michael Kline, NC mountain clay cousin for “Cousins in Clay" on May 31 - June 1, 2014 at Bulldog Pottery, Seagrove, North Carolina. Also showing pottery is honored clay cousins Blair Clemo and Dan Anderson and hosts Bruce Gholson, Samantha Henneke

    bulldogpottery:

    Michael Kline, NC mountain clay cousin for “Cousins in Clay" on May 31 - June 1, 2014 at Bulldog Pottery, Seagrove, North Carolina. Also showing pottery is honored clay cousins Blair Clemo and Dan Anderson and hosts Bruce Gholson, Samantha Henneke









  5. the-clayprofessor:

    Tara Wilson





  6. donjahnpottery:

Don Jahn Pottery
Wood-Fired Porcelain

    donjahnpottery:

    Don Jahn Pottery

    Wood-Fired Porcelain