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POTTERY/CERAMICS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • BLACK CAT POTTERY by CHERYL M. ENGLISH
  • About the Artist: Cheryl M. English, a long-time resident of the metropolitan Detroit area, has traveled as far as Singapore and Turkey, only to return to her childhood dancing grounds. Having earned a BA in Art History from Michigan State University and an MA in Art History and Archaeology from Cornell University, she realized she much preferred making art to dissecting it. A life-long autodidact, Cheryl first began her ceramics studies with Gene Pluhar through Grosse Pointe Community Education. Taking advantage of Mr. Pluhar’s classroom at Grosse Pointe South High School, she reveled in the pleasures of propane torches, sand blasters and drill presses while investigating the potential of slab rollers, extruders and the wheel. Cheryl’s work is a reflection of her “other” passion:gardening. As an Advanced Master Gardener, her abiding interest in things natural – and indigenous – is reflected in her whimsical creations.

 

 

 

 


ROD LLOYD CERAMICS


  • CHARLESTOWNE PORCELAINE by LEO & KARIN VILAROMAN
  • About the Artist: It was a partnership of two individuals from both ends of the world that created created this pottery.  Back in September of 1992 in a small apartment kitchen in Atlanta a potter's studio was born. Karin would wake up early to pick a lunch of leaves from the garden which Leo would make impressions from. The base of the pots are rolled on a basket texture then shapes are formed and thrown on the wheel. 
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  • Pieces of the Charlestown Porcelaine collection is oven, dishwasher, microwave and food safe.
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  • CLAYWORKS POTTERY by ANNA MARIE WAGNER
  • About the Artist: Although I utilize a variety of techniques in making my pottery, wheel throwing brings me the most joy. Having the moist clay slip through my fingers creates a tactile escape like no other. Your senses are consumed, your soul nourished, your mind soothed. I enjoy making pieces that are both useful and beautiful. It honors me to have people invite them into their homes.


KATHY SANDBERG


  • MARY BYER

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