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Cups for Every Occasion

Cups for Every Occasion

Individually painted before being glazed.  Whether seeking a tasty espresso, a hot mug of tea or a relaxing latte, these mugs are sure to make the experience a mindful moment.

Photography: Dale Roddick

Latte Cup

Latte Cup

Each cup is individually painted before being glazed.  The shape is intended to rest comfortably in your hand whether drinking a delicious beverage, sipping soup, or having a yummy bowl of cereal.

 

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Butter Dish

Butter Dish

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Berry Bowl and Saucer

Berry Bowl and Saucer

Photography: Dale Roddick

Bottle Vase

Bottle Vase

Wood Fired Porcelain

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Turquoise Delight

Turquoise Delight

Wood Fired porcelain

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Bottle Vase

Bottle Vase

Wood Fired Porcelain

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Harvest Basket

Harvest Basket

This is one of my  Harvest Baskets.  Reminiscent of the old wooden baskets used to package fruit,  these baskets are wood fired stone ware.  The beautiful flashing created  on the surface is created by the action of ash and flame.  The basket makes a thoughtful display piece as well as an excellent holder for bread or fruit, pot pourri or  treasure.

 

Photography:  Doug Johnson

Basket

Basket

Wood Fired Basket, Stoneware with interior glaze

 

Best in Show, Henry Goodman Award, Fusion Fireworks, 2015

Photography: Dale Roddick

Basket, 2015

Basket, 2015

Wood Fired Basket, Stoneware with flashing slip

 

Best in Show Henry Goodman Award, Fusion Fireworks, 2015

Photograpy: Dale Roddick

Love Handles 1

Love Handles 1

Wood Fired Porcelain

This is part of my basket series

 

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Love Handles 2

Love Handles 2

Wood Fired Porcelain

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Wood Fired Plate

Wood Fired Plate

Ash and flame combine to uniquely decorate the surface of this lovely plate.  Both a sculptural form and a useful vessel for serving and displaying.

 

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Wood Fired Basket

Wood Fired Basket

Wood Fired Basket , Stoneware,with ash and bare clay

 

Photography:  Doug Johnson

 

Wood Fired Basket front view

Wood Fired Basket front view

I love the way that the clay is able to  mimic leather .

Somehow this basket reminds me of shoes.

Photography: Doug Johnson

Boat Basket

Boat Basket

Wood Fired with soda

 

Photography: Dale Roddick

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Wood Fired Spoons

Wood Fired Spoons

Made in a variety of sizes.  Each spoon is unique because of the action of ash and glaze from its firing in the wood kiln.  Delightful to use, hold and just enjoy.

Photography:  Dale Roddick

 

 

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Boat Basket with Piercing

Boat Basket with Piercing

Wood fired Porcelain.  An attractive display piece that also is perfect for holding fruit.

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Belly Button Mug

Belly Button Mug

Wood Fired Porcelain with shine and Celadon

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Latte Cup

Latte Cup

Wood and soda fired porcelain.

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Boat Basket 1

Boat Basket 1

Wood Fired Porcelain

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Piecrust Basket

Piecrust Basket

Wood Fired Porcelain

Photography:  Doug Johnson

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Rights of the Child Plate: Time to Play

Rights of the Child Plate: Time to Play

Rights of the Child Plate: Time to Play

This plate is one of a series inspired by the United Nations' Universal Declaration of the rights of the Child.

The Plate form has been used as the background for the images because of its connection with home and nurture.  The black clay provides a black matte surface reminiscent of classroom blackboards.

On this plate, a phrase from the Declaration has been written in Braille.  The use of Braille is partly because of a personal association and also as a reminder that children with special needs are the most vulnerable.

Glaze, slip and bare clay alternate across the form creating layers and depth that reflect the distance between the aspiration of the Declaration and the reality of the needs of children at home and around the world.

 

Photograph by : Dale Roddick

Rights of the Child Plate: Education

Rights of the Child Plate: Education

Rights of the Child Plate: Education

Oxidation, Stoneware with slip and glaze

 

Photograph by:  Dale Roddick

Rights of the Child Plate:

Rights of the Child Plate:

Sample of back of Rights of the Child Plates

Oxidation, Stoneware with slip and glaze

 

Photograph by: Dale Roddick

Rights of a Child Plate:  A Home

Rights of a Child Plate: A Home

Photography:  Doug Johnson

Rights of the Child:  A Name

Rights of the Child: A Name

 

Photography:  Doug Johnson

Rights of the Child:  To Be Loved

Rights of the Child: To Be Loved

Photography:  Doug Johnson

Cups for Every Occasion

Individually painted before being glazed.  Whether seeking a tasty espresso, a hot mug of tea or a relaxing latte, these mugs are sure to make the experience a mindful moment.

Photography: Dale Roddick

Latte Cup

Each cup is individually painted before being glazed.  The shape is intended to rest comfortably in your hand whether drinking a delicious beverage, sipping soup, or having a yummy bowl of cereal.

 

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Butter Dish

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Berry Bowl and Saucer

Photography: Dale Roddick

Bottle Vase

Wood Fired Porcelain

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Turquoise Delight

Wood Fired porcelain

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Bottle Vase

Wood Fired Porcelain

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Harvest Basket

This is one of my  Harvest Baskets.  Reminiscent of the old wooden baskets used to package fruit,  these baskets are wood fired stone ware.  The beautiful flashing created  on the surface is created by the action of ash and flame.  The basket makes a thoughtful display piece as well as an excellent holder for bread or fruit, pot pourri or  treasure.

 

Photography:  Doug Johnson

Basket

Wood Fired Basket, Stoneware with interior glaze

 

Best in Show, Henry Goodman Award, Fusion Fireworks, 2015

Photography: Dale Roddick

Basket, 2015

Wood Fired Basket, Stoneware with flashing slip

 

Best in Show Henry Goodman Award, Fusion Fireworks, 2015

Photograpy: Dale Roddick

Love Handles 1

Wood Fired Porcelain

This is part of my basket series

 

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Love Handles 2

Wood Fired Porcelain

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Wood Fired Plate

Ash and flame combine to uniquely decorate the surface of this lovely plate.  Both a sculptural form and a useful vessel for serving and displaying.

 

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Wood Fired Basket

Wood Fired Basket , Stoneware,with ash and bare clay

 

Photography:  Doug Johnson

 

Wood Fired Basket front view

I love the way that the clay is able to  mimic leather .

Somehow this basket reminds me of shoes.

Photography: Doug Johnson

Boat Basket

Wood Fired with soda

 

Photography: Dale Roddick

Wood Fired Spoons

Made in a variety of sizes.  Each spoon is unique because of the action of ash and glaze from its firing in the wood kiln.  Delightful to use, hold and just enjoy.

Photography:  Dale Roddick

 

 

Boat Basket with Piercing

Wood fired Porcelain.  An attractive display piece that also is perfect for holding fruit.

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Belly Button Mug

Wood Fired Porcelain with shine and Celadon

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Latte Cup

Wood and soda fired porcelain.

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Boat Basket 1

Wood Fired Porcelain

Photography:  Dale Roddick

Piecrust Basket

Wood Fired Porcelain

Photography:  Doug Johnson

Rights of the Child Plate: Time to Play

Rights of the Child Plate: Time to Play

This plate is one of a series inspired by the United Nations' Universal Declaration of the rights of the Child.

The Plate form has been used as the background for the images because of its connection with home and nurture.  The black clay provides a black matte surface reminiscent of classroom blackboards.

On this plate, a phrase from the Declaration has been written in Braille.  The use of Braille is partly because of a personal association and also as a reminder that children with special needs are the most vulnerable.

Glaze, slip and bare clay alternate across the form creating layers and depth that reflect the distance between the aspiration of the Declaration and the reality of the needs of children at home and around the world.

 

Photograph by : Dale Roddick

Rights of the Child Plate: Education

Rights of the Child Plate: Education

Oxidation, Stoneware with slip and glaze

 

Photograph by:  Dale Roddick

Rights of the Child Plate:

Sample of back of Rights of the Child Plates

Oxidation, Stoneware with slip and glaze

 

Photograph by: Dale Roddick

Rights of a Child Plate: A Home

Photography:  Doug Johnson

Rights of the Child: A Name

 

Photography:  Doug Johnson

Rights of the Child: To Be Loved

Photography:  Doug Johnson

Cups for Every Occasion
Latte Cup
Butter Dish
Berry Bowl and Saucer
Bottle Vase
Turquoise Delight
Bottle Vase
Harvest Basket
Basket
Basket, 2015
Love Handles 1
Love Handles 2
Wood Fired Plate
Wood Fired Basket
Wood Fired Basket front view
Boat Basket
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Wood Fired Spoons
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TOD-February 27, 2017-553.jpg
Boat Basket with Piercing
Belly Button Mug
Latte Cup
Boat Basket 1
Piecrust Basket
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Rights of the Child Plate: Time to Play
Rights of the Child Plate: Education
Rights of the Child Plate:
Rights of a Child Plate:  A Home
Rights of the Child:  A Name
Rights of the Child:  To Be Loved