Sarah Brett Ceramics is a one woman show that celebrates the uniqueness and beauty in the female body. Each piece is hand-sculpted, so not one piece is the same as another, accentuating the beauty in each and every one of us.
HEYPACE Ceramics created by Michael Pace, a ceramic artist in Wyncote. I’ve been making wheel-thrown ceramics for nearly 20 years and love simple, clean pottery with a modern finish. Check out heypace.com for sample images and more information!
Miranda Blas Art creates unique sculptural and functional ceramics.
I make iridescent, metallic, raku fired vases and planters as well as luscious cone 6 mugs and other functional pieces. Plein air oil painting is another medium I work in. My work was recently featured in the June issue of the Philadelphia Magazine.
Root and Rocks infuses natures’ rhythm into handmade ceramic goods. From everyday items to fine art vessels and abstract sculpture, interconnected forms are highlighted in the work. Each piece is made with the hope that it will bring a sense of beauty, peace, and reflection. more….
Perfect Imperfections Pottery creates functional pottery from locally sourced clay that is fired for three days in a wood kiln. Most of the coloration that is on the pieces comes from the atmosphere and build up of ash within the kiln.
Perfect Imperfections Pottery’ owner Devin has been doing ceramics for four and half years, and has shown work in Ireland and at The Clay Studio. Devin currently teaches at Yay Clay in Philadelphia.
Corissa Lynn is based in Wyncote, PA and has been involved with The Clay Studio since summer 2016. She is a working ceramic artist who specializes in functional and figurative ceramics. She graduated from Albion College in 2016 with dual bachelor’s degrees in Art and Communication Studies. Corissa Lynn has been working with clay for over 12 years. More…
My goal as an artist is to create functional ceramic work that people can connect with and enjoy. My work mainly focuses on connecting the viewer to functional ceramic work by incorporating different facial expressions. These include but are not limited to: Face mugs, pour-over face mugs, face planters, hanging face planters, face planter sets, yarn bowls with faces, espresso face mugs, travel face mugs (with reusable silicone lids), and face bowls. Each facial expression is different and some incorporate facial piercings. Some mugs and planters have 2 faces (one on each side) that have two opposing expressions. I also specialize in custom ceramic chess sets. I just completed an under-the-sea themed chess set that exchanges each piece into a corresponding creature. For example, the king is a shark, the queen is a dolphin, and the knight is a sea horse (since they are both horses). – Corissa Lynn