Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Monday, December 22, 2008
Friday, December 19, 2008
Ryan Greenheck. He is a former professor of mine and the most meticulous person I have ever met. The white on clear trailing is just beautiful. His work can be found at www.theclaystudio.com and www.ryanjgreenheck.com
Tracy Mcevilly. I usually don't like stamping, but it works on her cups. The cups are beautiful and quite delicate. Her work can be found at Jacksonville museum of contemporary art.
Thursday, December 18, 2008
Julia Galloway. Although I've not touched one of her cups, I think they are amazing. Julia is also quite a swell lady. Her website is a good resource for links and she has a very handy handbook on you have you MFA.. now what. (it's not titled that, but that is what i call it around the house) www.juliagalloway.com
Joy Tanner. I have a wood fired tumbler of hers and it is so much fun to hold. I love the textures on it. (also coveting one of her black tumblers at the moment) (http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=18615757) Her work can be found on etsy.
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
by Ayumi Horie.
Ayumie Horie makes the most comfortable cups I have ever held. Highly recommended for comfort and smile factor. Her work can be found at www.ayumihorie.com.
Brooke Noble also makes whimsical cups. She usually works with birds, owls, houses and women with umbrellas. Her tumblers fit perfectly in your hand. Recommended use: beer. She doesn't have a website yet, but can be found at www.theclaystudio.org