Imagination Goggles and Teapot a go go

5" x 7"
Ceramic, terra sigillata, underglazes, glazes, wire

Off to a show at the Pence Art Gallery in Davis, California.  It was bubbled--wrapped--boxed--shipped with two other goggled heads for company.The show runs from June 1-27.  In the meanwhile the Sixth International Teapot Show at the American Museum of Ceramic Art ends June 1st.  Pear Nest Teapot was sold during the exhibit. 

Pear Nest Teapot's baby picture

waiting for first firing



  1. congrats on the show and sales, it's amazing to see the before and after firing, they are so different

  2. I still open the kiln with anticipation---it's like a big gift. Sometimes there's some re-gifting, too ;)

  3. Of course darling Pear Nest Teapot sold - lucky buyer. She'll be much loved, I'm sure. A beautiful addition to her new home. Gorgeous girl.

    Imagination Goggles reminds me of Jerry Lewis in The Nutty Professor :)
    Maybe a modern-day version of, in Google glasses.

    1. Yes... Imaginator does look a bit nutty what with pressing its tongue firmly against its cheek to aid in receiving imagination waves ;)

  4. So interesting to see a quirky side of your work! : ) I am not at all surprised Pear nest was sold. She looks so charming! : ) I know I sound dull, but which part is a spout? I can't figure out! :D

  5. The spout is behind the large leaf (above the three little pears) on the piece's right side. It is hard to see in this photo. I threw a spout and textured it to look like a hollowed branch. I always have so much fun making these...


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