Small Lidded Pots by Leslie Thompson

Ceramic Artists

The word ceramics derives from the Greek word, keramikos meaning “pottery,” which in turn comes from keramos, meaning “potter’s clay.” Clay was the earliest form of material used for traditional ceramic products that were shaped and subjected to heat, and tableware and decorative ceramics are generally still made this way.

Ceramic art has a wide variety of subjects,  from  traditional to the unusual, from the serene to the humorous, ceramic artists use the earth to mold their creations and invite us to touch and behold.


Cathy Broski

Page Candler

J. Davis

Steve Day

Joyce Furney

Oleg & Elena Gorbachevski

Rosalind & Barry Hage

Andrew MacCorkindale

Marc Matsui

Karim Motawi

Alan & Brenda Newman

Randy O’Brien

Laura Ross

Nancy Rasch Salamon

Rita Seif

Rick Stafford

Leslie Thompson

Jeffrey Zigulis


The work pictured here has been displayed in the gallery and may  not be available at the time of viewing.


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