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Bullheaded Snapper by Byron Williamson. Blundering his way through the seas, this snapper doesn't have a care in the world. The artist makes each of his whimsical sculptures using traditional ceramic hand-building methods: slab, coil, and pinching. After the main slab form is completed, additional sculptural pieces are attached. After the piece is fired to cone 5, a cold finish is applied using metallic paints.

Bullheaded Snapper by Byron Williamson. Blundering his way through the seas…

Blue Spotted Sunfish by Byron Williamson. With a carefree attitude, this sunfish happily swims the coral reefs. The artist makes each of his whimsical sculptures using traditional ceramic hand-building methods: slab, coil, and pinching. After the main slab form is completed, additional sculptural pieces are attached. After the piece is fired to cone 5, a cold finish is applied using metallic paints.

Blue Spotted Sunfish by Byron Williamson. With a carefree attitude, this sunfish…

Blue Smacker by Byron Williamson. This is a fisherman's dream fish. Full of fight and flight he'll give an angler tons of sport. The artist makes each of his whimsical sculptures using traditional ceramic hand building methods: slab, coil and pinching. After the main slab form is completed, additional sculptural pieces are attached. After the piece is fired to cone 5, a cold finish is applied using metallic paints.

Blue Smacker by Byron Williamson. This is a fisherman's dream fish. Full of…

Long Snout Purple Damsel by Byron Williamson. The long snout is a delicate, gentle fish with finicky eating habits. Very difficult to lure with a worm, but well worth catching. The artist makes each of his whimsical sculptures using traditional ceramic hand-building methods: slab, coil, and pinching. After the main slab form is completed, additional sculptural pieces are attached. After the piece is fired to cone 5, a cold finish is applied using metallic paints.

Long Snout Purple Damsel by Byron Williamson. The long snout is a delicate, gentle fish with finicky eating habits. Very difficult to lure with a worm, but well worth catching. The artist makes each of his whimsical sculptures using traditional ceramic hand-building methods: slab, coil, and pinching. After the main slab form is completed, additional sculptural pieces are attached. After the piece is fired to cone 5, a cold finish is applied using metallic paints.

Blue Spotted Snapper by Byron Williamson. With a slightly aggressive attitude, this snapper rules the waves. The artist makes each of his whimsical sculptures using traditional ceramic hand-building methods: slab, coil, and pinching. After the main slab form is completed, additional sculptural pieces are attached. After the piece is fired to cone 5, a cold finish is applied using metallic paints.

Blue Spotted Snapper by Byron Williamson. With a slightly aggressive attitude…

Tuxedo Fish by Byron Williamson. When you're invited to that formal affair this is the fish to bring. Dressed to the nines in his most elegant tuxedo he'll bring real class to your social affairs. The artist makes each of his whimsical sculptures using traditional ceramic hand building methods: slab, coil, and pinching. After the main slab form is completed, additional sculptural pieces are attached. After the piece is fired to cone 5, a cold finish is applied using metallic paints.

Tuxedo Fish by Byron Williamson. When you're invited to that formal affair this…

Black Fin School Fish by Byron Williamson. In his school uniform, the Black Fin is mighty dapper. At the head of his class, he sets a fine example for all the other fish. The artist makes each of his whimsical sculptures using traditional ceramic hand-building methods: slab, coil, and pinching. After the main slab form is completed, additional sculptural pieces are attached. After the piece is fired to cone 5, a cold finish is applied using metallic paints.

Black Fin School Fish by Byron Williamson. In his school uniform, the Black Fin is mighty dapper. At the head of his class, he sets a fine example for all the other fish. The artist makes each of his whimsical sculptures using traditional ceramic hand-building methods: slab, coil, and pinching. After the main slab form is completed, additional sculptural pieces are attached. After the piece is fired to cone 5, a cold finish is applied using metallic paints.

Royal Clown Fish by Byron Williamson. Yeah, he's always goofing around. The class clown. The artist makes each of his whimsical sculptures using traditional ceramic hand building methods: slab, coil, and pinching. After the main slab form is completed, additional sculptural pieces are attached. After the piece is fired to cone 5, a cold finish is applied using metallic paints.

Royal Clown Fish by Byron Williamson. Yeah, he's always goofing around. The class clown. The artist makes each of his whimsical sculptures using traditional ceramic hand building methods: slab, coil, and pinching. After the main slab form is completed, additional sculptural pieces are attached. After the piece is fired to cone 5, a cold finish is applied using metallic paints.

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