Untitled 3 | Chris Paulsen

I made my first ceramic sculpture in 1991. I tried to make a full size Fred Flintstone head but it wasn’t looking right so I turned it into a a mountain range with railroad tracks going through a tunnel.  That was my first ceramic lesson:  Don’t get too caught up in your ceramic expectations.  Just let it happen.  I took various ceramics courses while I was in college.  I was...
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Untitled 2 | Chris Paulsen

I made my first ceramic sculpture in 1991. I tried to make a full size Fred Flintstone head but it wasn’t looking right so I turned it into a a mountain range with railroad tracks going through a tunnel.  That was my first ceramic lesson:  Don’t get too caught up in your ceramic expectations.  Just let it happen.  I took various ceramics courses while I was in college.  I was...
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Untitled 1 | Chris Paulsen

I made my first ceramic sculpture in 1991. I tried to make a full size Fred Flintstone head but it wasn’t looking right so I turned it into a a mountain range with railroad tracks going through a tunnel.  That was my first ceramic lesson:  Don’t get too caught up in your ceramic expectations.  Just let it happen.  I took various ceramics courses while I was in college.  I was...
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Scarlet Urn | Hello Moon Studios

Hello Moon Studios consists of Rick and Amy Bain and their 2 children, Elva and Thurston. A family of artists, Rick and Amy are both professional musicians as well as potters. The Bain’s make all their lovely porcelain in their home studio with their children playing around them. Their daughter, Elva, has started making her own porcelain magnets she occasionally sells, along with her...
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Peace Pod | Mark Timmerman

I took my first pottery class in 1994.  There was something magical about the way the clay felt in my hands.  Over the years, clay has become my favorite medium. I enjoy selling my art at local art shows throughout the year as well as on Etsy.  I am drawn to making whimsical pieces with the hope of evoking  a smile on those who see my work. I currently reside in Portland Oregon and can...
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Kiwi Urn | Hello Moon Studios

Hello Moon Studios consists of Rick and Amy Bain and their 2 children, Elva and Thurston. A family of artists, Rick and Amy are both professional musicians as well as potters. The Bain’s make all their lovely porcelain in their home studio with their children playing around them. Their daughter, Elva, has started making her own porcelain magnets she occasionally sells, along with her...
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