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Cathy Green, Rafael Roa, Yoshihito Une, Nestegg Antiques, Nahrain Khoshaba offering original Pottery artworks.


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Cathy Green: 'Small Stoneware Dish Emeraude Dragonfly Pottery', 2006 Pottery, Undecided.  This is a small stoneware pottery dish in an emeraude green with a dragonfly motif.  It can be used for many things; olive oil plate, candle or spoon holder, butter dish, condiment dish, hostess gift and the list goes on and on.  Food safe; microwave, dishwasher and oven safe.   ...
Undecided - Pottery
5 x 5 inches (12.7 x 12.7 cm)
Cathy Green: 'Stonware Pottey Dish Deep Amber', 2006 Pottery, Undecided.  Stoneware dish featuring an abstract and leaf design.  Food safe; oven and dishwasher safe.  Great for a gift, display or food service.   ...
Undecided - Pottery
9 x 9 inches (22.9 x 22.9 cm)
Cathy Green: 'Stoneware Pottery Bowl  Amber and Deep Blue', 2006 Pottery, undecided.  This is a stoneware bowl, oxidation fired measuring 8. 25
undecided - Pottery
8 x 4 inches (20.3 x 10.2 cm)
Cathy Green: 'Glazed Stoneware Rectangle Dish in Caramel and Maple', 2006 Pottery, nature.  This is a oxidation fired dish done in caramel and maple glazes.  It measures 7
nature - Pottery
7 x 9 inches (17.8 x 22.9 cm)
Rafael Roa: 'dont fuck', 2003 Pottery, Undecided. Digital images works in the computer. ...
, 2003
Undecided - Pottery
60 x 80 cm (23.6 x 31.5 inches)
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Yoshihito Une: 'untitled', 2001 Pottery, Culture.
, 2001
Culture - Pottery
8 x 8 inches (20.3 x 20.3 cm)
Nestegg Antiques: 'english antique pottery uk', 2000 Pottery, . Specialize in early English antique pottery dated 1740- 1840 that includes antique toby jugs, salt glazed stoneware pottery, English delft, creamware, pearlware, Staffordshire pottery figures....
- Pottery
1.1 x 2.2 inches (2.8 x 5.6 cm)
Nahrain Khoshaba: 'The Harvest Vase', 2013 Pottery, History.  This is an original Assyrian pottery art inspired. Rosettes were symbols of sun or stars. Acrylic paint on Terra- cotta.   ...
History - Pottery
8 x 7 inches (20.3 x 17.8 cm)
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Nahrain Khoshaba: 'Assyrian Floral Motif Urn', 2013 Pottery, History. This is an original Assyrian pottery art inspired urn.Acrylic paint on Terra- cotta. ...
History - Pottery
6 x 10 inches (15.2 x 25.4 cm)
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Nahrain Khoshaba: 'The Alap Beth Vase ', 2013 Pottery, History.  This is an original Assyrian pottery  portraying the alphabets in Assyrian.Acrylic paint on Terra- cotta.  ...
History - Pottery
7 x 17 inches (17.8 x 43.2 cm)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Cathy Green - My name is Cathy Green. I worked with clay in the 70's and took it back up again in 1990. It is a fascinating craft. I'm hooked, so to say. My pottery pieces are all one of a kind and are built in my Michigan studio. I use an electric kiln and fire to cone 6 (approximately 2150 degrees F). There is something enchanting about using your hands and being creative. Sometimes I think the process is more intriguing than the end results. I switched to an electric, oxidation kiln about two year when I built my own studio. I am constantly trying to achieve the "earthiness" of a gas-fired look. I love nature and many of my pieces will include plant pieces, leaves, animals or bugs in their motif. I used to primarily throw pieces on the wheel. I had back surgery in 2004 and found hand building with slabs and draping techniques easier on the back. I also found those techniques intriguing and now enjoy both forms. I find that adding texture to pieces really adds some dimension to my work and is more palatable to me. Prior to this I was very focused on ...

Cathy Green - Yoshihito Une - "Mon" is a gate or a gateway in English. Mon in general are situated between two spaces, typically private property and public property. In some cultures a Mon also has a spiritual meaning. Growing up in Japan I still remember being taught to always refresh my mind when entering the Mon into a temple or a shrine. This element of "mind refreshing" is a major theme of this particular work. By using Japanese caligraphic strokes into a three-dimensional object the front and the back have slight altered forms. Furthermore, it has always been of great importance to me to include the element of actual physical experience into my works. I have tried to make a work of large dimensions without the overpowering atmosphere typically created by enormous works. ...