CraftForms
clay

Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong

Connecticut

Flower Bomb #9

Handbuilt Terracotta, Engobe, Underglaze, Borax Wash, 20k Go

12” x 14″ x 14″

$1,950

Moon Jar form.


Hayne Bayless

Connecticut

Left-Handed Pouring Vessel

Hand-Built White Stoneware, Slabs and Extrusions, Ebony

8” x 5″ x 8″

$300


Robert Bruch

Ohio

Surge

Ceramic

11.5” x 11.5″ x 11″

$1,250

Handbuilt with ceramic stoneware, emphasizing the relationship between line and volume, using several surface treatments in multiple firings.


Diane Chamberlain

Pennsylvania

Working From Home

Dark Stoneware, Handbuilt, Glazed, Gasfired to Cone 6.

13” x 6″ x 7″

$800

Ceramic piece comprising five elements: base (fenced garden), box (building with door), lid (roof deck), house, and chimney smoke. The piece was lightly glazed with white underglaze and blue celadon, allowing the dark brown clay to show through.


Gail Chapman

Pennsylvania

Iris

Clay

14” x 8″ x 5″

$475


Kristen Cliffel

Ohio

Slow Going

Low Fire Clay, Glaze, Hand Carved Wood

12” x 26″ x 12″

$6,000

An island with a lone tree sits in a body of water inside a boat.


Jim Connell

South Carolina

Red Sand Blasted Carved Ewer

Ceramics Stoneware

14” x 8″ x 8″

$900

Thrown on the potter’s wheel, paddled, carved, sand blasted surface. High fired in a reduction kiln.


Andrew Fitzsimmons

New York

My Eclipse

Terracotta Clay With Acrylic and Wax Patina

24” x 14″ x 12″

$8,000


Hongmi Kim Hoog

New Jersey

Untitled VI

Layered Clay With Porcelain, Stoneware, Earthenware

7” x 15″ x 5″

$2,600

I layered porcelain, two types of stoneware, and earthenware to achieve a unique look and texture. This vessel is simple and delicate but offers complexity that reveals itself upon closer inspection.


Meredith Knight

Alabama

Can’t Hold Water

Ceramic With Underglaze, Electric Firing

5.75” x 10.75″ x 10.75″

$385

In our current political and social environment of fake news proliferating everywhere, propaganda often cannot hold water once it is logically examined, although unfortunately it still can impact some people’s opinions and beliefs. This artwork is a playful illustration of that idea.


Faith Ku

Maryland

The Web of Life

Porcelain

15” x 15″ x 4.5″

$900

This is a hand-built porcelain torus sculpture meant to be hung on a wall. I used an additive method to attach each textural element to the piece. Underglaze was used to accent a few features with subtle color. This piece was glazed and fired to cone 6, about 2200 degrees Fahrenheit, in oxidation.


Dan Molyneux

California

Asterion

White Stoneware

37” x 28″ x 21″

$7,500

Slab-built white stoneware.


Andryea Natkin

Illinois

Underwater Life

Porcelain

10.5” x 6.25″ x 6.25″

$800

Coiled and pinched urn shaped vase. Embellished with incised and sgraffito drawings of underwater life.


Emily Rensink

Texas

Letting Go 101

Clay, Underglaze, Fiber, Wood, Wire, Book Cover

10.5” x 7.75″ x 9″

$500


Judith Rosenthal

New Jersey

Dogwood Vase

Porcelain Paper Clay

15” x 13″ x 13″

$2,000

This vase is made of unglazed porcelain paperclay. It is handbuilt. No molds were used to make this piece. Each piece is individually crafted and joined together.


Rebecca Stevens

Florida

Teapot Lamp (Full View)

Teapot Lamp (Full View)

7.5” x 4.5″ x 4.5″

$500

This is a wheel thrown lamp made from translucent porcelain, hand carved and fired to cone 6. Lamp parts include a cord with switch that plugs into an outlet, and a nightlight style bulb.


Skeff Thomas

New Jersey

Stelae Series #7 Circle of Fifths #2

Stoneware

32.5” x 19″ x 12″

$1,800

Stoneware with underglaze and reticulating Shine glaze.