These ceramic vessels were created from two slabs of clay. They were assembled, formed, shaped, carved and burnished bringing out a very smooth surface in preparation for glazing. Following being bisque fired to their maturing temperature of 1945 degrees, they’ve often  gone through three glaze firings until the desired glaze colors are present.

 

Whether they are used as a serving bowl, planter, cup or vase, they were thoughtfully made to be thoughtfully used.