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Diana Fayt: Diana is both a traveler and a lover of home. She gleans inspiration from nature, the mundane and life’s stories. Her ceramic pieces are often narrative with marks of time, events and images seen and experienced and then drawn into the surface of her clay platters bowls and vases. By doing this she hopes to leave a permanent mark that expresses her vision of what she experiences in the world around her.
I love her beautiful stitched and stamped pieces.
Emily Dyer bio: I am a ceramic artist in Minneapolis, MN. My forms are wheelthrown or hand-built from slabs of a creamy white stoneware clay. Pieces are individually decorated by hand using tools to impress “stitching” and other textured patterns. Pots are accented with underglazes, slips and stains. Decorative patterns are my own creations, inspired by antique and folk art quilt patterns, historic and contemporary textiles and nature. My work is fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln. Pottery is food safe, microwave and dishwasher friendly (although hand-washing is always safer).
Sangria in a pitcher that smiles back. This I want. Buy it before I do and you can look forward to a summer full of outdoor parties and deliciously served beverages. By lawatson.
Screaming with freshness with zingy color, put your veggies in here and load up on delicious nutrition-y goodness. Setting the table for dinner becomes a reward instead of a chore. By Studio Elan.