Archive for COC2019 – Page 2

Amanda Jaffe – 2

Title:  Spring and Fall Bouquets

Size:  12″ x  12″ x 1.5″

Price:  $1400.

Description: Mid-range porcelain, high relief cast and carved tile, electric firing

Amanda Jaffe – 1

Title:  Drained of Color IX

Size:  11.5″ x  11.5″ x 1″

Price:  $1400

Description:  Mid-range porcelain, high relief cast and carved tile, electric firing

Alma Quillian

Title: Jomon Inspired Ram Pot

Size: 10 x 8″

Price:  $300

Description: mid range stoneware, ceramic stains

Statement:  I became fascinated with unique, intricate,and often ornate beauty of the Jomon Period Pottery in Japan. Jomon pottery is the oldest in the world(c. 14,500 – c. 300 BC) . It is characterized by rope like patterns from which it draws its name, Jomon, which means cord pattern. My piece was built in the Jomon tradition of coiling. I enjoyed putting a Southwest spin on my Jomon inspired pot.

Young Shin Kim

Title: Story X

Size:  11.5″h x 7″w x 7″d

Price:  $650

Description: Reduction fired Stoneware

Statement: The ancient primitive form adopted to my current work serves the beauty of simplicity.  And it is treated with modern touch.  My pieces embodying this ancient form are reinterpreted with contemporary glazes and designs.  I intended to create contemporary work that embraces the past, holding the story of the past.

Judy Nelson-Moore – 2

Title:  Sisters:  Mother, Crone, Maiden

Size: 48″h x 20″w x 10″d

Price:  $1,200

Description: hand built. Saggar fired paper clay, unfired paper clay, paint.

Statement: My work is intuitive and spontaneous, not planned in advance.  I believe this results in work that has a soulful content as a result of subconscious coming into play while I am making the work. I am inspired by plant forms and rock formations, paradoxically, human psychology and history.

Judy Nelson-Moore – 1

Title:  Succulent Bouquet

Size: 15.5″h x 8.5″w x 7″d

Price:  $380

Description: Sculpture. Paper clay, underglaze, fired to cone 05, ink

Statement: My work is intuitive and spontaneous, not planned in advance. I believe this results in work that has a soulful content as a result of subconscious coming into play while I am making the work. I am inspired by plant and rock forms, and paradoxically by human history and psychology.