"The chief source of art is man's pleasure in his daily work, which expresses itself and is embodied in that art itself." William Morris (1834-1896)
Friday, June 15, 2012
Three Firings Running
With our departure pending, here is a quick look at three firings. Our last one is going on now. It will be tough to get everything into the car. We are headed for the Des Moines Arts Festival June 22-24, the Cherry Creek Arts Festival in Denver July 5-8 and the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original July 18-21....big plans!
Welcome! Steve and I wanted to show you our current work in a more spontaneous way. For those of you who have been collecting our work, this will add some depth to our connection. For those of you just finding us, we hope this will inspire you. Please feel free to post comments or contact us directly at 845.246.6952
We have been studio potters since 1973 and started working in the Arts and Crafts Style in 1997.
Inspired by the original Arts and Crafts Movement 1890-1910, we make both Classic Arts and Crafts pottery and a wide variety of our own designs. Each pot is thrown on the potter's wheel by Steve out of stoneware clay and then sculpted individually by either Steve or Cherie. After drying, they are fired to a bisque temperature before glazing and then fired to over 2200 degrees Fahrenheit. All vases are water tight and can be used for fresh flowers. They are NOT food safe.
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Steve's handbuilt vase 1974
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