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My work was featured over on The Jealous Curator this morning! So happy. :) Click through to read and see more!

My work was featured over on The Jealous Curator this morning! So happy. :) Click through to read and see more!

Ceramics. Follow my journey to a simpler, greener and happier lifestyle at http://consciousbychloe.com #consciousby

Ceramics. Follow my journey to a simpler, greener and happier lifestyle at http://consciousbychloe.com #consciousby

Oh. My. God. WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS TO ME?? (just kidding please don't stop the flow of cacti ceramics)

Cactus Shot Glass Cup

Oh. My. God. WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS TO ME?? (just kidding please don't stop the flow of cacti ceramics)

John Beasley is the artist.  He creates incredible ceramic tiles for Medicine Bluff Studio that you should check out! Here's the link:  http://www.medicinebluffstudio.com/  I've created a number of tile ceramics projects with my students - I'd like to use Mr. Beasley's to inspire another!

John Beasley is the artist. He creates incredible ceramic tiles for Medicine Bluff Studio that you should check out! Here's the link: http://www.medicinebluffstudio.com/ I've created a number of tile ceramics projects with my students - I'd like to use Mr. Beasley's to inspire another!

Penny Evans, " Design work on my ceramics reference my Kamilaroi/Goomeroi cultural heritage in combination with my unique and evolving graphic style. The technique of sgraffito is a strong feature of the ware and links to Kamilaroi/Goomeroi men’s traditions of carving into tree, weapons, utensils as well as ground carving for ceremonial purposes, communications and storytelling. 2D mixed media works examine more recent histories as opposed to narratives connecting culture to country."

Penny Evans, " Design work on my ceramics reference my Kamilaroi/Goomeroi cultural heritage in combination with my unique and evolving graphic style. The technique of sgraffito is a strong feature of the ware and links to Kamilaroi/Goomeroi men’s traditions of carving into tree, weapons, utensils as well as ground carving for ceremonial purposes, communications and storytelling. 2D mixed media works examine more recent histories as opposed to narratives connecting culture to country."

Yes, I named him Herbert. This picture was taken right before he was fired in the kiln. We had to make a coil pot for my pottery & ceramics class and I didn't want to make a I-Have-No-Creativit...

Yes, I named him Herbert. This picture was taken right before he was fired in the kiln. We had to make a coil pot for my pottery & ceramics class and I didn't want to make a I-Have-No-Creativit...

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