Reach out to our talented artists to commission unique pieces of art or functional ware.
I make teaware (teacups, gaiwans, tea bowls, servers) out of porcelain. I currently sell my work through Tekuno, a SF based Japanese tea shop: https://teawithtekuno.com/collections/ceramicist-noga-raviv
My work can be described as thin, minimal, and delicate.
Alexis Reiko Yonan
I’m a multidisciplinary artist who utilizes my skills in sculpture and painting to embellish wheel thrown forms. I can make vases, planters, drinking vessels, candlestick holders, figurines etc
I’m an independent artist who likes to make altered forms and unique but simple designs. I love making vases, bowls, and special one of a kind items for my customers. People say that my prices are reasonable too!
Joel M. Karr
I am a passionately visual and endlessly creative retired architect and amateur ceramic artist. My passion is for exploring new ideas and techniques while always working to perfect my skills. I am committed to creating work that is usable for every day, but could just as easily be displayed on a coffee table as sculpture.
Uncle Mike the Potter
Instagram: @michaelscottsilver #UncleMikethePotter
With over ten years of pottery experience, love to work with clients to create beautify and sometimes functional art. Specializing in marbled porcelain, glazed or hand painted, bud or larger flower vases, fruit bowls, bottles, plates, more!
Slow Daze Ceramics
Hi - I'm Andrea, the person behind slow daze ceramics! With a decade of ceramics experience, I'm ready to tackle any commission project and am so excited to work with you to create your dream ceramic pieces. Lately I've been making a lot of ceramic smokeware (bongs, in particular) but I also love making jugs, cups, mugs, planters, bowls, and vases. I am particularly interested in creating matching sets of things! My ceramics are bright and colorful and aimed at making people happy while still being functional. I'm always taking on new projects, so feel free to reach out!
I try to push the boundaries in my work, both in form and in scale. My favorite aspect of ceramics is pursuing novel ideas and reaching the limits of of what my skills, the medium and the size of the kilns allow.
Reach out to me to commission tableware, large vases and unique forms!
Jamie graduated from Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in ceramics. Her work has been exhibited Internationally at the MenLo Gallery in Jingdezhen, China. Working mostly in clay, she draws inspiration from her family and her beloved chicken family members. Jamie takes nostalgic memories and makes them permanent in clay using various surface techniques for both functional and sculptural work.