Purple Dreams Mugs
Michael came to ceramics by chance; after working in the two-dimensional world of photography for many years, he was introduced to the three-dimensional medium of ceramics by good friend Barbara Manning. Her grasp of functional ceramics inspired Michael.
As a veteran of professional portrait photography, Michael appreciates the fusion of light in his custom glazes. Having been formally educated in natural resources, he also appreciates the organic texture of the clay. The combination is his unique gift to you.
Every artist in the Mono Arts Council Gallery & Art Center is invited to show their art because they are either a resident of the Eastern Sierra or have strong ties to the community.
We support both emerging and experienced artists in our space and 50% of all proceeds go directly to the artist while the other 50% goes to support arts education right here in Mono County.
Each item is handmade. No two items are alike. Sizes will vary, shapes will vary, but each type of product is similar in size and shape. Handmade in Bishop, CA.
Note from the Artist:
To achieve the depth of color in my glazes, I glaze in several layers. The layers react differently with each other to achieve the results I am looking for. When the piece is fired to 2,300 _ the glaze turns into glass with the resulting depth of colors.
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