All of their pieces have incredible form language. I find myself just following the whole profile of every pot. They are even more talented at glazing their pieces with multiple layers of color variation. This work has a strong sense of movement to it that I like.
I enjoy these pots for their sense of freedom. They all of have a different personality based on their form and color. I love how small the feet are, it makes the pots look as if they are floating and it helps complete each form.
I recently saw this teapot at Red Star Studios in KC, MO for a show last month. I really enjoy everything about the whole piece. The lid is really beautifully done and the finish has a great contrast between the matte background glaze and glossy black paph orchids.
This summer I visited the Philadelphia Art Museum. I found myself spending a lot of time in the gallery where they showed a lot of Monet's paintings. I am captivated by his use of strong vibrant colors that lead you into the depths of his landscapes.
Ryan J. Greenheck
The first month of this semester I am focusing on jar forms. I enjoy these jars for their very fine craftsman ship and glaze combinations You follow the glaze down each pot that flows nicely in front of a matte finish. It's really nice how the knobs echo the form of the pots.