Reorganizing my clay files & found these fine old pots. This was my second foray into 'art fair' pottery. This is about 2002-2004. These pots are mid-range porcelain, pieces cut out, stamped with patterns & assembled. After bisque the stamped areas were filled with cool colored slips which were wiped off. Glazed was applied over the stamped areas (and inside for functionality) & wiped off to reveal the vitrified clay surface. They were fired to ^6.
I just met a new potter friend through a phone call about Teabowl National 2020. I answered a few questions about TBN and she mentioned a potter friend of mine at 323 Clay in Independence. I found out she lives in Kansas City! She's "been a full-time working artist for over 25 years, firstly on the British Channel Island of Jersey [& now in] Kansas City, Missouri." "She create s one-off figurative, sculptural pieces as well as a range of functional pottery in porcelain. All of her functional tableware is thrown on a wheel, trimmed & altered. Using a lithograph process she prints images which are taken from a collection of antique photographs with additional lines, drawing and painting. In her sculptural work she infuses each piece with energy and emotion. Find out more about Theresa & her work at: jhousestudio.com