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Covered jar, stoneware (OL_20_02) Fine Art by artist Phil Fishwick - Description: These pieces are all glazed with Shino glazes. This is a glaze developed in Japan and taken in new directions by western potters. It is a glaze that must be fired in a reduction atmosphere (oxygen is cut back during the firing forcing the fire to look for it elsewhere to complete combustion - it finds it in iron - Fe2O3). Shinos love iron and they develop beautiful golds, reds oranges and browns when they find it. The two Slab Wall Plates (OL-20-04 and 05) exploit this affection for iron; I have painted an iron rich slip (liquid clay) in the center of each, covered this with sodium silicate which forms a glass like coating when it dries, and then stretched the clay so it cracks like mud in a wadi during the dry season.

Rabbit Jar (OL-20-01) and Covered Jar (OL-20-03 & 06) have incised patterns cut into the clay which are accentuated by the shino glaze. The darker areas on 03 & 06 are dustings of wood ash applied to the glaze.

Covered Jar (OL-20-02) and Basket Vase (OL- 20-10) have a different shino glaze. Although still getting their coloring mostly from iron, these pieces have a more lustrous finish. Both of these forms have been manipulated; while still relatively soft the clay has been pushed in and out creating bulging and recessed linear motifs which are then accented by stamped and impressed designs. Basket Vase (OL-20-10) is one of my favorite forms, and I have found myself returning to it over and over during the years. This one is more vertical than most and I plan to play with this aspect of the form more in the future.

Phil Fishwick

Covered jar, stoneware (OL_20_02)

Porcelain - 8"H x 6" Dia

This piece is available Online Only and is not on display at the gallery.

$80 + Flat Rate Shipping $25
Covered jar, stoneware (OL_20_03) Fine Art by artist Phil Fishwick - Description: These pieces are all glazed with Shino glazes. This is a glaze developed in Japan and taken in new directions by western potters. It is a glaze that must be fired in a reduction atmosphere (oxygen is cut back during the firing forcing the fire to look for it elsewhere to complete combustion - it finds it in iron - Fe2O3). Shinos love iron and they develop beautiful golds, reds oranges and browns when they find it. The two Slab Wall Plates (OL-20-04 and 05) exploit this affection for iron; I have painted an iron rich slip (liquid clay) in the center of each, covered this with sodium silicate which forms a glass like coating when it dries, and then stretched the clay so it cracks like mud in a wadi during the dry season.

Rabbit Jar (OL-20-01) and Covered Jar (OL-20-03 & 06) have incised patterns cut into the clay which are accentuated by the shino glaze. The darker areas on 03 & 06 are dustings of wood ash applied to the glaze.

Covered Jar (OL-20-02) and Basket Vase (OL- 20-10) have a different shino glaze. Although still getting their coloring mostly from iron, these pieces have a more lustrous finish. Both of these forms have been manipulated; while still relatively soft the clay has been pushed in and out creating bulging and recessed linear motifs which are then accented by stamped and impressed designs. Basket Vase (OL-20-10) is one of my favorite forms, and I have found myself returning to it over and over during the years. This one is more vertical than most and I plan to play with this aspect of the form more in the future.

Phil Fishwick

Covered jar, stoneware (OL_20_03)

Porcelain - 9.5"H x 6" Dia

This piece is available Online Only and is not on display at the gallery.

$95 + Flat Rate Shipping $25
Covered Jar, stoneware (OL_20_06) Fine Art by artist Phil Fishwick - Description: These pieces are all glazed with Shino glazes. This is a glaze developed in Japan and taken in new directions by western potters. It is a glaze that must be fired in a reduction atmosphere (oxygen is cut back during the firing forcing the fire to look for it elsewhere to complete combustion - it finds it in iron - Fe2O3). Shinos love iron and they develop beautiful golds, reds oranges and browns when they find it. The two Slab Wall Plates (OL-20-04 and 05) exploit this affection for iron; I have painted an iron rich slip (liquid clay) in the center of each, covered this with sodium silicate which forms a glass like coating when it dries, and then stretched the clay so it cracks like mud in a wadi during the dry season.

Rabbit Jar (OL-20-01) and Covered Jar (OL-20-03 & 06) have incised patterns cut into the clay which are accentuated by the shino glaze. The darker areas on 03 & 06 are dustings of wood ash applied to the glaze.

Covered Jar (OL-20-02) and Basket Vase (OL- 20-10) have a different shino glaze. Although still getting their coloring mostly from iron, these pieces have a more lustrous finish. Both of these forms have been manipulated; while still relatively soft the clay has been pushed in and out creating bulging and recessed linear motifs which are then accented by stamped and impressed designs. Basket Vase (OL-20-10) is one of my favorite forms, and I have found myself returning to it over and over during the years. This one is more vertical than most and I plan to play with this aspect of the form more in the future.

Phil Fishwick

Covered Jar, stoneware (OL_20_06)

Porcelain - 11"H x 8" Dia

This piece is available Online Only and is not on display at the gallery.

$120 + Flat Rate Shipping $25
Croquet in the Garden with Lady Lapine, Underglaze and Glaze Fine Art by artist Phil Fishwick - Description: These porcelain ceramics have hidden treasures stamped and incised.
Crow-nopic

Kelly and Pamela Donaldson, Cross Creek Clay

Crow-nopic

Ceramics - 18 x 13 x 7

$450 + Special shipping required; contact us for estimate
Flower Boat #3 Fine Art by artist Linda Jerome - Description: Originally, I made a flower boat following a pattern from a ceramics magazine. It came out well, but when I saw it with flowers, I thought how fun it would be to see a small bird looking out from among the stems.

One of my hobbies is bird watching - mostly at our house. I've become very aware of them, flitting around in our bushes, scratching on the ground and nesting in unexpected places. It's another dimension of gardening that I love. Each of the flower boats I make is unique. Each bird is also unique. Their gesture and positions are based on real types of birds, but I use the glaze generically - using loose strokes because I think it helps with the feeling of the bird in motion.

Birds and flowers are two joys of life that I'm looking to highlight in these Flower Boats. My intent was to make it easy to put flowers, or stems into the holders for a quick arrangement that is appealing and whimsical.

Linda Jerome

Flower Boat #3

Ceramics - 6" tall - 5" diameter

$90 + Flat Rate Shipping $15
Flower Boat #4 Fine Art by artist Linda Jerome - Description: Originally, I made a flower boat following a pattern from a ceramics magazine. It came out well, but when I saw it with flowers, I thought how fun it would be to see a small bird looking out from among the stems.

One of my hobbies is bird watching - mostly at our house. I've become very aware of them, flitting around in our bushes, scratching on the ground and nesting in unexpected places. It's another dimension of gardening that I love. Each of the flower boats I make is unique. Each bird is also unique. Their gesture and positions are based on real types of birds, but I use the glaze generically - using loose strokes because I think it helps with the feeling of the bird in motion.

Birds and flowers are two joys of life that I'm looking to highlight in these Flower Boats. My intent was to make it easy to put flowers, or stems into the holders for a quick arrangement that is appealing and whimsical.

Linda Jerome

Flower Boat #4

Ceramics - 5" tall - 6.5" diameter

$110 + Flat Rate Shipping $15
Flower Boat #6 Fine Art by artist Linda Jerome - Description: Originally, I made a flower boat following a pattern from a ceramics magazine. It came out well, but when I saw it with flowers, I thought how fun it would be to see a small bird looking out from among the stems.

One of my hobbies is bird watching - mostly at our house. I've become very aware of them, flitting around in our bushes, scratching on the ground and nesting in unexpected places. It's another dimension of gardening that I love. Each of the flower boats I make is unique. Each bird is also unique. Their gesture and positions are based on real types of birds, but I use the glaze generically - using loose strokes because I think it helps with the feeling of the bird in motion.

Birds and flowers are two joys of life that I'm looking to highlight in these Flower Boats. My intent was to make it easy to put flowers, or stems into the holders for a quick arrangement that is appealing and whimsical. Adding frogs to the Flower Boat pots has been another delight for me. I see small bright green frogs in my yard often - another form of life in the ecosystem that indicates things are healthy.

Linda Jerome

Flower Boat #6

Ceramics - 6" tall - 5" diameter

$110 + Flat Rate Shipping $15
Free Ride Fine Art by artist Linda Jerome - Description: Hand built ceramic sculpture fired to cone 6. This piece is narrative, and tells a story the viewer can invent. I was inspired by the idea of a turtle, typically slow moving, presenting an inviting transport for these curious birds.

Linda Jerome

Free Ride

Ceramics - 6 x 7.5 x 6

$80 + Flat Rate Shipping $20
Garden Totem: Cone-Top 59 Fine Art by artist B.G. Dodson - Description: Garden totems are created to be in your garden year-round based on the Oregon Willamette Valley weather. The climate of the Valley is relatively mild throughout the year, characterized by cool, wet winters and warm, dry summers.

B.G. Dodson

Garden Totem: Cone-Top 59

Ceramic, high fire - 3 feet tall

$110 + Flat Rate Shipping $25
Garden Totem: Cone-Top 61 Fine Art by artist B.G. Dodson - Description: Garden totems are created to be in your garden year-round based on the Oregon Willamette Valley weather. The climate of the Valley is relatively mild throughout the year, characterized by cool, wet winters and warm, dry summers. This new totem is made from terra sigillata.

B.G. Dodson

Garden Totem: Cone-Top 61

Ceramic, cone 6 - 3 feet tall

$110 + Flat Rate Shipping $25
Garden Totem: Crow 60 Fine Art by artist B.G. Dodson - Description: Garden totems are created to be in your garden year-round based on the Oregon Willamette Valley weather. The climate of the Valley is relatively mild throughout the year, characterized by cool, wet winters and warm, dry summers.

B.G. Dodson

Garden Totem: Crow 60

Ceramic, high fire - 3 feet tall

$110 + Flat Rate Shipping $25
Happy Green Jar Fine Art by artist Kelly and Pamela Donaldson, Cross Creek Clay - Description: Gorgeous functional jar with removable lid

Kelly and Pamela Donaldson, Cross Creek Clay

Happy Green Jar

Ceramics - 12 x 10 x 9

$185 + Free Shipping
Hera Fine Art by artist Linda Jerome - Description: Hand built ceramic sculpture fired to cone 6. Deep in thought of what she will create.

Linda Jerome

Hera

Ceramics - 16 x 9 x 7

$225 + Free Shipping
Here I Am, Sitting in a Tin Can Fine Art by artist Kelly and Pamela Donaldson, Cross Creek Clay - Description: Rocket ship jar with removable nosecone. You know this song. Also see their piece "Reliquary for Major Tom"
Hidden Fine Art by artist Linda Jerome - Description: Hand built ceramic sculpture fired to cone 6. A small bird trying to be unseen in the undergrowth. The suggestion of a hand could be a protecting friend, or a lurking trap.

Linda Jerome

Hidden

Ceramics - 5.5 x 5 x 5

$70 + Flat Rate Shipping $15
House #24 Fine Art by artist B.G. Dodson - Description: Part of the ceramic House series. Wouldn't this look good in the neighborhood where your Crow-Kin live?

B.G. Dodson

House #24

Ceramic, Raku - 9.5 x 3.25 x 3.25

$70 + Flat Rate Shipping $20
House #26 Fine Art by artist B.G. Dodson - Description: Part of the ceramic House series. Wouldn't this look good in the neighborhood where your Crow-Kin live?

B.G. Dodson

House #26

Ceramic, Raku - 9.25 x 3.25 x 3.25

$70 + Flat Rate Shipping $20
House #48 Fine Art by artist B.G. Dodson - Description: Part of the ceramic House series. Wouldn't this look good in the neighborhood where your Crow-Kin live?

B.G. Dodson

House #48

Ceramic, Raku - 9.5 x 3.5 x 3.5

$70 + Flat Rate Shipping $20
House #49 Fine Art by artist B.G. Dodson - Description: Part of the ceramic House series. Wouldn't this look good in the neighborhood where your Crow-Kin live?

B.G. Dodson

House #49

Ceramic, Raku - 11 x 3.5 x 3.5

$70 + Flat Rate Shipping $20
House #55 Fine Art by artist B.G. Dodson - Description: Part of the ceramic House series. Wouldn't this look good in the neighborhood where your Crow-Kin live?

B.G. Dodson

House #55

Ceramic, Raku - 10 x 3.5 x 4.5

$70 + Flat Rate Shipping $20
Imagination in Ribbons Fine Art by artist Linda Jerome - Description: Hand built ceramic sculpture fired to cone 6. Her shining quality is her intent, open gaze, outward. The thoughts in her head result in ribbons looping in her hair.
SOLD
Imagination in Ribbons by Linda Jerome

Linda Jerome

Imagination in Ribbons

Ceramics - 12.5 x 4.5 x 4.5

Lady Lapine Attends the Garden Gala, Underglaze and Glaze Fine Art by artist Phil Fishwick - Description: These porcelain ceramics have hidden treasures stamped and incised.
Lady Lapine has a Garden Tea Party, Underglaze and Glaze Fine Art by artist Phil Fishwick - Description: These porcelain ceramics have hidden treasures stamped and incised. This one is a sealed jar and does not open.