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A Strong Gentle Presence: Pots by Nancy Fuller - The Watermill Gallery
Ceramic Shot Glasses Set of 4 by JessiandCompanyLLC on Etsy, $20.00
Pamela Sunday makes ceramic sculptures inspired by nature and science. Her interest in natural forms dates to childhood, when she played alone in the woods, combing the ground for fossils and hiding in hollowed out trees. She is known for meticulous craftsmanship and the inventiveness with which she explores the outer limits of her materials. Her expert use of hand building techniques renders each work she makes unique.
Recipe: Lithium Carbonate 3 Strontium Carbonate 9 Ferro Frit 3110 59 EPK Kaolin 12 Silica 17 + Chrome Oxide 0.5 Evaluation: Transparent chartreuse, glossy, crazing. This is a nice bright colored glaze, evident over white slip or white clay bodies. Over raw stoneware, it loses some of its brilliance and looks more olive green. Pooling occurs in the depressed areas of texture. Stability could be worked on to decrease some of the crazing.
Citation: Marguerite Wildenhain at work, ca. 1940 / unidentified photographer. Marguerite Wildenhain papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Beatrice Wood, Vase, 1960, Stoneware, glazed, 3¾in. x 3 5/8in. x 3 5/8in., Gift of Donald and Bernice McKenna.