Meredith and Harry Kunhardt

West Shokan, NY

From within our modern context of mass-produced ceramics, we strive to make thoughtful and beautiful handmade pottery. Through use, these pieces have the ability to cast light on our relationship with everyday objects at large. We hope to help attune people's awareness to the subtle ways in which a pot can enrich our daily rituals, bringing thoughtfulness and human connection into our lives as a whole.
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Ming Yuen-Schat

Brooklyn, NY

My work explores this intersection between East and West, drawing on the Asian sensibilities I grew up with to reveal the beauty of asymmetrical, ambiguous forms. I am particularly interested in the interplay between crisp, modernist esthetics and the sensibility of wabi-sabi: that which is imperfect, asymmetrical, and ostensibly crude. Through an intercultural lens, I hope to challenge the distinctions between craft, function and fine art.
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Will Swanson

HARRIS, MN

I create handmade dinnerware, serving bowls, platters, baking dishes, mugs, bowls and plates for everyday use. Working in durable stoneware clay, I form each piece on the potter’s wheel. My kiln firings utilize an oxygen-reduced atmosphere to achieve warm, earth tones in the carbon trap and shino-type glazes that are dominant in any display of my pots. I also utilize a black temoku and a white matte glaze that I think enhance the forms and complement what I hope is seen as the tasteful simplicity of my body of work.
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Email: will@willswanson.com

Phone: (651) 674-4555.

my sales shop address:  sunrisemnpottery.com/wills-shop

Robert Milnes

Asheville, NC

My practice focuses on sculptures made of clay and sometimes copper including volumetric shapes with surfaces that explore communication, cognition, and energy. The surfaces include graphic symbols of how we communicate what we believe we know about the world. They draw upon and occasionally cite the writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein. Patterning includes text in Morse Code, hexagrams, and brain waves for example. The pieces question symmetry, order, meaning and understanding. I am enough of a modernist to believe in principles, enough of a minimalist to believe in forms, and enough of a post-modernist to recognize that these are beliefs rooted in personal histories.
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Email:  robert@robertmilnes.com

Phone: 408-772-4654

If you are interested in a private or small group ZOOM studio tour anytime between 12 pm -4 pm, October 30-November 5, please contact me at robert@robertmilnes.com.

Lynne Meade

Oakland, CA

All pieces are one of a kind, wheel thrown, and pierced porcelain with matte white glaze. No molds or templates used.
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Alexandra Geller

Easthampton, MA

My work marries my appreciation of ancient ceramics with my ongoing dedication to create pieces that are contemporary and functional. Central to my designs and throwing technique is making pieces both light in weight and satisfying to hold and use. Simplicity of design and color are the sine qua non of my work, making it both modern and approachable.
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Dwo Wen Chen

Providence, RI

The primary concern of my pottery making is finding the perfect balance between esthetic and function. While I'm passionate in this particular artistic endeavor, I never lose sight that what I'm making is a functional object that enhances a collector's daily life. I work primarily in stoneware, with some explorations in earthenware and porcelain.
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Ikuzi Teraki & Jeanne Bisson

Washington, VT

We make utilitarian porcelain tableware and sculptural vase forms and wall pieces. Innovative oxide slips and clear glaze application allows beauty to also be a function of our creations. The work is thrown, slab or hand built. The motivating concept is function and creative drama in color, texture, form and weight. Mindful creations for mindful consumption.
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Laura Zindel

Guilford, VT

Handmade tableware fabricated in small batches of white earthenware and brushed with hand mixed glazes. The surface of each piece is collaged with enamel transfers of original graphite illustrations of flora and fauna. Every piece is fired 3 times to create the rich surfaces and heirloom quality of place setting, serving dishes and table accessories.
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Email: customerservice@laurazindel.com

Studio Phone: 802-254-8930

Facebook: @laurazindeldesign

Instagram: @laurazindeldesign

 

Matthew Yanchuk

Brooklyn, NY

My new body of work using porcelain clay either in slip-cast constructed, thrown, or slab hand- built forms has opened new avenues of making for me. Playing with containers as an expression, I have created new ways for me of manipulating porcelain. Making work that has a lot of play in them to pieces that strive to be the culmination of that play but with a more refined ending. Working with porcelain has allowed me to explore that sense of play in my work.
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