Plant sculptures were inspired
by the influence of the Art Nouveau period. Here plant shapes are
individually cut and assembled to make vessels. Multiple glazes
and stains are airbrushed resulting in variegated natural green
shades descending from dark to white. The interiors muted blues
add mystery to the vessels. The highly decorative forms are also
In Ronald's series
of Sculptural vessels, figures emerge from the clay moving around
the entire form. Originally the figures were done as a tribute to
Henri Matisse's Dancers that form a circle. The surface and color
of the figures is the natural clay body emerging from an iron oxide
field. Movement and spontaneity are the goals of this artistic statement.
The interior is glazed to make the forms functional.
Sibylle's Clay Painting motifs
are found amongst the flowers she grows. A bright and lively palette
make the painterly slabs attractive artistic statements. The glazes
and stains used to paint the floral arrangements offer permanence
that exceeds other media. These paintings can be displayed in any
location without fear of exposure to sun, grease films, or dust.
Clean the surface as you would any fired clay surface.