Clara Lanyi

Clara Lanyi

Click on images to enlarge

Clara Lanyi

Clara Lanyi Ceramics

In my booth, you can find functional tableware meant for daily use, sculptural vase forms, and ceramic jewelry. I use vintage and custom ceramic decals to decorate my work which are fired on in a third firing. Images of scientific diagrams, mythological creatures, and sacred geometry are joined by floral graphics from many eras. The graphics are assembled across a surface of luscious homemade glazes. All my work is hand built or thrown in my home studio in Springfield, Oregon. Please see my website ClaraLanyi.com for more images and information about my process. My holiday sales will be through my Etsy store in 2020, I will post shop updates on Facebook and Instagram.

Contact information:
Website: http://www.ClaraLanyi.com
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ClaraLanyiCeramics
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ClaraLanyiCeramics
Etsy store: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ClaraLanyiCeramics

Tracie Mei-Lin Manso

Tracie Mei-Lin Manso

 

Tracie Mei-Lin Manso

 

I derive much inspiration for my work in clay from Mother Earth and her natural world of beauty, colors, shapes, patterns and raw materials.  I love exploring form and function, and all aspects of the versatile medium that is clay.  I feel that my pottery is characterized by functionality and the durable qualities of high-fire stoneware and glazes, combined with an aesthetic pursuit of grace and beauty through unique decorative patterns and designs using slips and wax-resist techniques in a variety of ways.  I truly enjoy making every day usable wares for table and home, which complement my interests in culinary and gardening.  Please go to my Etsy store online if you wish to acquire some of my work.  I will update my online store for Clayfolk 2020, and for Holiday purchases through the end of the year.


Contact information:

Etsy store:   https://www.etsy.com/shop/TracieMansoPottery

Email:   moc.liamg@osnam.eicart

Phone:  541-342-8213

Instagram:   https://www.instagram/potsbytracie

 

Michael McKinney

Michael McKinney

Michael McKinney-black casserole

 

Michael McKinney

Grateful Dad Pottery
427 SW H St, Grants Pass, OR 97526

Celebrating American Craft Week October 6-11 at Grateful Dad Pottery studio; demos, open studio, and more. 10-5 daily

Clayfolk Show Pop-up: October 17-18, 10-5 both days

 

I am compelled to alter surfaces with textures, lines, shapes, and images. Anything that lets the clay participate in the creative process works for me. I often carve with one drag tool or draw with a calligraphy brush. Carving lets me focus on space while brush designs share gestures found in leaves and flowers. Most pieces originate from the wheel, slabs, or extruded shapes. Project ideas are usually explored through a series of three or more. Eventually, most any project becomes an exercise in problem solving, one mark or brush stroke leading to another until the piece becomes its own.

My work is often found in the home, garden, and kitchen. Hopefully, there is a connection to food, flowers or fun. I expect my work to serve a purpose beyond visual beauty, regardless of design. Creative projects continually change, this week irregular extruded forms and the next carving fermenting crocks.

Clay is my bridge between the visual and conceptual world. Through pottery I strive to connect us to the earth and our daily experiences. Use my pottery for daily existence and the connection is complete.


Contact:

Click here for Michael’s email
Click here for Michael’s website
Michael’s phone: 503-863-7197

Click on images to enlarge.

Michael McKinney-red-white tall vase
Michael McKinney-raku-square vase 2
Michael McKinney-tall vase
Michael McKinney-raw and blue vessel
Bonnie Morgan

Bonnie Morgan

 

Bonnie Morgan

For the 2020 Clayfolk Show and Sale, Bonnie will be displaying her works, along with Cheryl Kempner, Lorene Senesac, and Marydee Bombick at Ashland Art Works on Oak Street:

 

As a teenager it was love at first sight when I watched clay change its form on a spinning potter’s wheel, and in one form or another it continues to be an important storyline of my life. The focus of my clay work naturally has been the wheel, but I also enjoy hand building, and most recently have taken an interest in sculpture. There always seems like something new to explore and experience in the clay world whether making functional or sculptural pieces, and I want my work to celebrate beauty and the joy of being alive.


Contact:

Click on images to enlarge.

Viviana Padilla

Viviana Padilla

 

Viviana Padilla

I love texture! I was the kid that drove her mom crazy by touching
everything in the store, at church, my grandmothers’ gardens, etc.
That love of texture and childish exuberance continues today.

All of my slab or coil built plates, platters, bowls, cups, and hand carved
houses, are simple shapes, with translucent glazes, textured with hand
crocheted lace, burlap bags, ferns, cedar and oak leaves. Other textured
projects are laboriously burnished with oxides so that after the second
firing, they look like hand tooled leather. Like fossils, each simple shape
features these beautiful textures immortalized in clay.


Contact:

Email: moc.duolci@allidapttalp

 

Nancy Adams Heron on Acorn Box
Nancy Y Adams Pink Elephant Tea
Nancy Y. Adams Two Herons on Lotus Bowl
Nancy Y. Adams Two Herons on Lotus Bowl
Nancy Y. Adams Jade Heron Box
Dave Parry

Dave Parry

Dave-Parry-Plate

Dave Parry

Whistle Post Pottery

During the 2020 Clayfolk Show & Sale, October 17th & 18th, Dave will be showing his work at 602 San Souci Dr., Roseburg–along with Peter Alsen.

Dave Parry’s work is shown in a number of galleries, as well as online. In addition, he regularly travels the western U.S. exhibiting his work. Please visit his web calendar for additional opportunities to view his work.


Contact:

Email | Website

 

Dave-Parry-Plate 2
Dave-Parry-Bottles
Dave-Parry-Dishes
Sally Pursell

Sally Pursell

Sally Pursell

Twice Baked Clay

Bio & Artist’s Statement

Contact:

Email: moc.liamg@yalcdekab.yllas

Click on images to enlarge
Faith Rahill

Faith Rahill

Faith Rahill_vase
Faith Rahill_ plate
Faith Rayhill - plate

Faith Rahill

Faith Rahill Pottery

Send me your name and email if you want to be notified about my Fall driveway sale in Eugene: moc.liamg@48lliharf

“Since starting out as a studio potter in 1973 working with clay has been my passion and my profession. I hand build using a technique called “nerikomi”, using different colored clays to create solid blocks of pattern that are then sliced to create multiple images. Some of the slices are very thin and rolled onto a slab, while others are sliced thick and go all the way through the pot. I use many different clays from whites to tans, colors, grays and browns, as I am interested in all of the different affects that they create. This method of working with colored clays continues to fascinate me with it’s endless possibilities for new patterns and images.”

 

See my OPB video here: https://www.opb.org/television/programs/oregon-art-beat/article/ceramicist-faith-rahill/


Contact:

Click here for Faith’s Etsy store
Click here to for Faith’s website
Click here to email Faith
Click here for ‘Faith Rahill Pottery’ on Facebook
Tel: 541-514-8263

Click on images to enlarge.

 
 
 
Faith Rahill_gingko bowl
Patricia Richey

Patricia Richey

Patricia Richey - yarn bowl
Pat Richey Leaf Platter
Patricia Richey - yarn holder

Patricia Richey

Riverpoint Studio

After retiring from my job as a computer programmer working for a large company based in Southern California, I decided to explore different hobbies and settled on pottery after taking a class at Rogue Community College. I discovered a joy in creating something from a pile of clay. I try my hand at different types of clay work including functional ware, sculpture and garden items.  My studio is Riverpoint Studio in Merlin and I currently sell my pieces at various shows in the area including Clayfolk Show and Sale, Hugo Ladies Quilt Show and Southern Oregon Artist Show and Sale.  My ceramic pieces are now available for purchase at G Street Marketplace, 137 SW G St, Grants Pass, Oregon, Booth 140.


Contact:

Facebook  Email  moc.liamg@oidutstnioprevir   Phone # 541-218-1730

Patricia Richey - bird feeder
Lorene Senesac

Lorene Senesac

Lorene Senesac

Raku portals, figures and healing bowls by Lorene Senesac will be at Ashland Artworks Galleries.