Double-walled whiteware vessel, 12 inches in height, with high-heel shoe camouflaged in a china paint rectangle, multiple firings by Bob Shay.
Earthenware form, 10 inches in height, by British artist Linda Gunn-Russell.
Stoneware covered jar, approximately 16 inches in height, wheel thrown, altered, fired to Cone 10, then sandblasted, by Chris Gustin.
Stoneware teapot, 6.5 inches in height, thrown, with paddled texture, carbon trap glaze, by Ginny and Tom Marsh.
Ceramic ware from the collection of British potter Michael Cardew.
Single-fired earthenware platter, 17.5 inches in diameter, by Neil Tetkowski. The variation of bright color on this work results from the influence of low-fire salt glazing (in reduction) on terra sigillata lightly sprayed across the surface of the form.
Earthenware platter, 18 inches in height, hump molded, altered rim, with freely applied brush decoration over majolica glaze, by studio potter Jane Gustin.
Salt-glazed stoneware “Wallybird” covered jar, 25 inches in height, by Robert Wallace Martin.
Tony Hepburn at the Omaha Brickworks in Nebraska.