Debra Fleury: Fallen, 2010. Dark Stoneware, underglaze and glaze. Multiple firings, cone 6 and cone 07 (neutral atmosphere). Dimensions 9 cm x 9 cm x 4 cm

Debra Fleury: Fallen, 2010. Dark Stoneware, underglaze and glaze. Multiple firings, cone 6 and cone 07 (neutral atmosphere). Dimensions 9 cm x 9 cm x 4 cm

Debra Fleury: Exopool, 2010. Porcelain, glass and glazes. Multiple firings to cone 10 (reduction atmosphere) and cone 6 (neutral atmosphere). Dimensions 18 cm x 11 cm x  15 cm

Debra Fleury: Exopool, 2010. Porcelain, glass and glazes. Multiple firings to cone 10 (reduction atmosphere) and cone 6 (neutral atmosphere). Dimensions 18 cm x 11 cm x  15 cm

Cindy Billingsley: On the prowl cheetahs, 2009, 15” x 22” x 22”, raku clay, hand built solid, hollowed for firing, low fired, cold finish acrylic and wax

Cindy Billingsley: On the prowl cheetahs, 2009, 15” x 22” x 22”, raku clay, hand built solid, hollowed for firing, low fired, cold finish acrylic and wax

Cindy Billingsley: Chimp Portrait, 2008, 15” x10” x 8”, raku clay, hand built solid, hollowed for firing, low fired, cold finish acrylic and wax

Cindy Billingsley: Chimp Portrait, 2008, 15” x10” x 8”, raku clay, hand built solid, hollowed for firing, low fired, cold finish acrylic and wax

David Gilbaugh: Sycamore Teappot #3, 2011, sculpted teapot, 11”(H) x 8”(D), hand-built slab, B-mix stoneware paper clay with grog, cone 10 reduction, black stain brushed in crevices, water washed iron and rutile stain over porcelain decorating slip

David Gilbaugh: Sycamore Teappot #3, 2011, sculpted teapot, 11”(H) x 8”(D), hand-built slab, B-mix stoneware paper clay with grog, cone 10 reduction, black stain brushed in crevices, water washed iron and rutile stain over porcelain decorating slip

David Gilbaugh: Temmoku Grained Bowl, 2011, carved bowl, hand-built slab, B-mix stoneware paper clay with grog, cone 10 reduction, black stain brushed in crevices, water washed iron and rutile stain over porcelain decorating slip

David Gilbaugh: Temmoku Grained Bowl, 2011, carved bowl, hand-built slab, B-mix stoneware paper clay with grog, cone 10 reduction, black stain brushed in crevices, water washed iron and rutile stain over porcelain decorating slip

Suzanne Stumpf: Diatoms, 2011, 16”w x 11”d x 3.5”h, handbuilt with wheelthrown components; porcelain and porcelain paperclay; oxidation fired to cone 10Interactive sculpture inspired by the beauty of these mysterious single-celled organisms. Upon learning that diatoms may also help against global warming, I was even more driven to “interpret” them.

Suzanne Stumpf: Diatoms, 2011, 16”w x 11”d x 3.5”h, handbuilt with wheelthrown components; porcelain and porcelain paperclay; oxidation fired to cone 10

Interactive sculpture inspired by the beauty of these mysterious single-celled organisms. Upon learning that diatoms may also help against global warming, I was even more driven to “interpret” them.

Suzanne Stumpf: Whale Sounds, 2007, 8” h x 29” w x 20”d, porcelain or porcelain paperclay; handbuilt with thrown necks; reduction fired to cone 10.Whale Sounds is a multi-component, interactive sculptures. The shapes were inspired by listening to a recording of whales in which the whales’ calls ballooned rapidly and diminished into fine, thin, high endings. (Although some of the objects can elicit tones when blown, this was not my intention.)

Suzanne Stumpf: Whale Sounds, 2007, 8” h x 29” w x 20”d, porcelain or porcelain paperclay; handbuilt with thrown necks; reduction fired to cone 10.

Whale Sounds is a multi-component, interactive sculptures. The shapes were inspired by listening to a recording of whales in which the whales’ calls ballooned rapidly and diminished into fine, thin, high endings. (Although some of the objects can elicit tones when blown, this was not my intention.)