Saggar fired Shard Pots, Bowls & Platters

Saggar Fired Shard Pottery by Irina Okula who breaks pottery to make pottery.
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Irina Okula

Saggar Shard Pot

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a close up of a vase with many different designs on the inside and outside of it
Ceramic Artists - Juried into the Smithsonian Craft Show 2018
Irina Okula
a ceramic cup with a red star on it
Dan Anderson - Cup
Cup by Dan Anderson "Cousins in Clay" 2014, May 31- June1, 2014, in Seagrove, North Carolina at Bulldog Pottery
two black and white vases sitting next to each other
Ceramic Artists - Juried into the Smithsonian Craft Show 2018
two black and white vases sitting next to each other
Deconstruction and reconstruction are a large part of Irina Okula's super ceramics. See them at the Smithsonian Craft Show, March 26-29.
two black and white vases sitting next to each other
Ipswich potter makes it to break it
a close up of a cup on a table with black and white designs in it
Photos: by Fredrick Lee - Sep 2011 | Saggar Shard Pot
three black vases are stacked on each other and one has an abstract design in the middle
PHOTOS: by John Polak 15-Sep-16
three black vases are stacked on each other and one has an abstract design in the middle
PHOTOS: by John Polak 15-Sep-16
two bowls with designs on them sitting next to each other
Shard Pots Description: My work is wheel thrown white earthenware clay, sanded, burnished with terra-sigillata, bisque fired and broken into several pieces. Each piece is designed and decorated and packed in saggars. The saggars are stacked and fired in a gas kiln. After cooling, the pieces are assembled and epoxied. Dimensions: H:5.00 x W:6.00 x D:6.00 Inches
a close up of a vase with many different designs on the inside and outside of it
The ceramics of Irina Okula are an exploration of contrasts that you will see at the Smithsonian Craft Show April 27-30.
a close up of a vase with many different designs on the inside and outside of it
The ceramics of Irina Okula are an exploration of contrasts that you will see at the Smithsonian Craft Show April 27-30.
a close up of a vase with many different designs on the inside and outside of it
The ceramics of Irina Okula are an exploration of contrasts that you will see at the Smithsonian Craft Show April 27-30.
a close up of a vase with many different designs on the inside and outside of it
The ceramics of Irina Okula are an exploration of contrasts that you will see at the Smithsonian Craft Show April 27-30.