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    Posted 11 years ago

    hairlesspo…
    (4 items)

    Thrown and altered jars- cone 04- Gargoyles that I experiment with. expression is the key to face jugs or altered pottery.

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    V.RARE c1900 ARTS & CRAFTS STELLMACHER TEPLITZ FAIENCE POTTERY BUTTRESS VASE POT
    V.RARE c1900 ARTS & CRAFTS STELLMAC...
    $246
    SUPERB LARGE ART NOUVEAU PICKARD HAND PAINTED CHINA GOLD ENAMEL PORCELAIN VASE
    SUPERB LARGE ART NOUVEAU PICKARD HA...
    $261
    Pair Vintage French majolica creamy white & GREEN OYSTER PLATES
    Pair Vintage French majolica creamy...
    $79
    Monster Fish Pottery Pitcher sculpture -face jug folk art maker Mitchell Grafton
    Monster Fish Pottery Pitcher sculpt...
    $960
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    V.RARE c1900 ARTS & CRAFTS STELLMACHER TEPLITZ FAIENCE POTTERY BUTTRESS VASE POT
    V.RARE c1900 ARTS & CRAFTS STELLMAC...
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    1. pops52 pops52, 11 years ago
      I agree with BELLIN68, these are great!
    2. czechfan, 11 years ago
      love it!!
    3. AboundingOddities AboundingOddities, 11 years ago
      What a fantastic artist...I adore, especially, his view
    4. tonyajill, 11 years ago
      This wonderful man, artist passed away april 9th 2013.. He was my love, friend, and my direction home.. I miss him more than words could say.. He was such a humble man and thought he had some talent, but never was good enough; he thought.
      He was 45 when he passed. He got his Art degree in New Mexico.. He traveled to an Indian reservation and spent time there.. His glazes was NEVER ready to go.. He would measure and mix and some of his works just on the glaze side was also amazing. He never used a mold EVER!! I am so proud that I can say that about him and I hope he is smiling from above...
      I hope to get some pictures of what I have left and post.. This feels like I am doing a tribute to the greatest man to me that ever walked... Thanks all for you comments....

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