Tile from a 16-piece set, approximately 5 inches square, airbrushed glaze and underglaze, stenciling, by Marvin Bjurlin.
Raku-fired stoneware form, 9 inches in height, by Robert Piepenburg.
“Creation II,” coil-built form, approximately 15 inches in height, with brushed oxides, incising; textured area altered with a handheld grindstone after firing to expose the lighter clay body, by Larry Elsner.
Untitled sculptural forms, silverware and extruded earthenware, by Judy Moonelis.
Sue Luger, apprenticing at the Ota pottery in Koishiwara, Japan.
Site sculpture, “Surfline Erosion,” earth, steel and wood, near Laguna Beach, California by George Geyer and Tom McMillin, as commissioned by the Newport Harbor Museum.
Lidded jar, 14 inches in height, wheel-thrown stoneware, faceted, ash glazed, by Jeff Oestreich.
“Head,” handbuilt stoneware, 18 inches in height, by Daniel Rhodes.
Thrown and altered sculptural vessel, 18 inches in height, stoneware with neriage decoration, by Ban Kajitani.
“Wall Canyon,” 37 feet in height, unglazed stoneware, by Stephen DeStaebler, for the Embarcadero Station of the Bay Area Rapid Transit District, San Francisco. Handbuilt with metallic stains and oxides as an integral part of the clay body, the monumental work was fired and installed in sections.