My red poppy bowl was acceped into Issue 2 of StylishHome catalog in the section “Color Trends 2012″ I do love color! Thanks to Gary and the StylishHome Etsy Team for including another pottery bowl of mine into their second issue of the catalog. It is an honor! http://www.stylishhome.com/sites/default/files/StylishHome%20Home%20Makeover%20Catalog.pdf
My running friend found a dead armadillo on a back road in Makanda and sent me a photo. I felt compelled to commemorate the critter whose range is slowly expanding northwards. This whimsical bowl measures about 5 7/8″ x 3″.
Sweet perky brown hen looks over her “shoulder” for a missed treat. Is it a bit of corn or a tasty insect? One of my newest chicken images for 2011. This wall hanging or tray is available in my Etsy Shop.
Three little bunnies sitting on a hill. Soft sweet colors for Easter decoration and available in my Etsy shop. This is one of the first images my mother taught me to draw in my childhood.
The first in a series of wall hanging fish I am creating. The colors of these two are stunning with bright oranges and greens. They measure about 7″ long and are available for sale in my Etsy shop. www.ClayLickCreekPottery.etsy.com
Yes, I do make mugs, too! I’m really pleased with the design on this one. Nice blue lavenders on a spring green background. All my mugs are a little different in size and shape because everyone’s hand are different. I can fit a mug to most everyone’s hand. SOLD!! Going to California!
This bright lotus flower wall hanging was finished as a special order for Jen. It allowed me to put the lotus flower on a flatter surface and gives me another vessel shape to work with. It’s in St. Louis at a good home.
A sampling of the multitude of colors and patterns I use for my lotus bowls. These come is various colors and sizes–this groups measures 5,5″ x 3″, 6″ x 3.25″, 7.75″ x 4.25″
Here’s a very biological, whimsical and colorful wall hanging–Cellular Action. One of the first pieces I started breaking the plane of the clay with holes. This pieces measures 12″ x 10.75″
Something a little new for me–the Mid-Century of Last Century Atomic Fish as wall ornaments. First created as Christmas ornaments, it’s the type of fun art I make that can look great all year round.
I started experimenting breaking the plane of the clay by placing holes in various places on the bowl. In this instance, the holes make great handles, especially for people who have a hard time grasping.