Tag Archive: bowls

Serve food in a rainbow.

Hand-formed, hand-pressed and bisque-fired, with each square individually glazed. That is a LOT of work. Large Rainbow square Serving Bowl by Jennifer @JMN Pottery

Looks like a hollowed out geode!

But it is wheel-thrown out of porcelaneous stoneware clay, coated with a special Lava Textured Glaze on the outside and the artist’s trademark metallic crackle finish on the inside. Safe for serving light… Continue reading

Origami you cannot fold.

Étude Géométrique “origami” ceramics by Belgian artist Ann Van Hoey.

Stalagtites, barnacles, and tubes. Oh my.

Fired to 2500 degrees and crackle-glazed by Erin Lunstrum Pietsch of Boise, ID. Source / Pietsch Pottery

Multi-faceted.

Halima Cassell‘s unglazed, hand-built, hand-carved, faceted pottery! Source / Halima Cassell

Mystic water.

Dipper, platter, and handwarmer mug. Handcrafted and handpainted. Source / Clay In Motion  

A bowlful of color.

Source / jbpapier