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Vases

Handmade stoneware Vases are a classic example of using art for every day. Whether giving as a gift or keeping for your own home, the artisan pottery from Ellison Bay Pottery is a well-deserved purchase.

Embrace the variations in handmade pottery.

 

  • Raku Wall Art #22
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    These little pieces of art start out life as a vase.  When the clay is firm enough, John slices the vase in half, lengthwise-creating two clay fish bodies.  He then adds a tail, fins and eyes. Finally, the smile-which gives this fish it's personality. To complete the fish, John creates a notch on the back of the fish. 

    One of a kind wall art Raku Fish change each year.  These are from 2020.

    Big changes are in store for the Fish in 2021

    These are only meant to hang inside.  If you want to hang it out side, be sure it's in a protected area which is dry and out of the sun.

     Dimensions: 12" x 7"

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  • Raku Wall Art #18-13
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    These little pieces of art start out life as a vase.  When the clay is firm enough, John slices the vase in half, lengthwise-creating two clay fish bodies.  He then adds a tail, fins and eyes. Finally, the smile-which gives this fish it's personality. To complete the fish, John creates a notch on the back of the fish. 

    One of a kind wall art Raku Fish change each year.  These are from 2020.

    Big changes are in store for the Fish in 2021

    These are only meant to hang inside.  If you want to hang it out side, be sure it's in a protected area which is dry and out of the sun.

     Dimensions: 10" x 7"

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  • Raku Wall Art #28
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    These little pieces of art start out life as a vase.  When the clay is firm enough, John slices the vase in half, lengthwise-creating two clay fish bodies.  He then adds a tail, fins and eyes. Finally, the smile-which gives this fish it's personality. To complete the fish, John creates a notch on the back of the fish. 

    One of a kind wall art Raku Fish change each year.  These are from 2020.

    Big changes are in store for the Fish in 2021

    These are only meant to hang inside.  If you want to hang it out side, be sure it's in a protected area which is dry and out of the sun.

     Dimensions: 7" x 5"

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  • Raku Wall Art #2
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    Raku Wall Art #2

    $74.00

    These little pieces of art start out life as a vase.  When the clay is firm enough, John slices the vase in half, lengthwise-creating two clay fish bodies.  He then adds a tail, fins and eyes. Finally, the smile-which gives this fish it's personality. To complete the fish, John creates a notch on the back of the fish. 

    One of a kind wall art Raku Fish change each year.  These are from 2020.

    Big changes are in store for the Fish in 2021

    These are only meant to hang inside.  If you want to hang it out side, be sure it's in a protected area which is dry and out of the sun.

     Dimensions: 7" x 5"

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  • Raku Wall Art #9
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    Raku Wall Art #9

    $76.00

    These little pieces of art start out life as a vase.  When the clay is firm enough, John slices the vase in half, lengthwise-creating two clay fish bodies.  He then adds a tail, fins and eyes. Finally, the smile-which gives this fish it's personality. To complete the fish, John creates a notch on the back of the fish. 

    One of a kind wall art Raku Fish change each year.  These are from 2020.

    Big changes are in store for the Fish in 2021

    These are only meant to hang inside.  If you want to hang it out side, be sure it's in a protected area which is dry and out of the sun.

     Dimensions: 9" x 5"

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  • Handthrown Pottery Basket: Lichen Green
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    When John decides to explore a form he's usually thought about the shapes before sketching them out in his notebook. Things to consider include the ultimate purpose and the user experience, which includes the glaze, the surface texture, the size. When he's ready he'll play with clay with no goal in mind, allowing his hands and mind work together. 

    He tests new glazes at each firing, which also plays a part in the development of a new idea. There is always several glaze tests in each firing.

    Before he starts the series he warms up by making small pottery candle-holders or tea bowls.

    Developing a new idea into a something you can hold often takees several years and lots of mistakes. 


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