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Blue Pitcher | Vessels & Containers by Sheila Blunt. Item composed of ceramic compatible with contemporary and modern style
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Blue Pitcher | Vessels & Containers by Sheila Blunt. Item composed of ceramic compatible with contemporary and modern style
Blue Pitcher | Vessels & Containers by Sheila Blunt. Item composed of ceramic compatible with contemporary and modern style
Blue Pitcher | Vessels & Containers by Sheila Blunt. Item composed of ceramic compatible with contemporary and modern style
Blue Pitcher | Vessels & Containers by Sheila Blunt. Item composed of ceramic compatible with contemporary and modern style

Created and Sold by Sheila Blunt

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Sheila Blunt

Blue Pitcher - Vessels & Containers

Price $70

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Estimated Arrival: April 25, 2024

Handmade

Woman Owned

Made In USA

Natural Materials

Locally Sourced

DimensionsWeight
10H x 6W in
25.4H x 15.24W cm
1.36 kg
3 lb

This is a light blue pitcher that is tapered at the bottom and has a spout that ends near the rim. It is wheel thrown in high fired clay and can be used as a pitcher or vase. It has 4 striped carvings running the length of the pitcher.

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Item Blue Pitcher
Created by Sheila Blunt
As seen in Creator's Studio, New York, NY
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Sheila Blunt
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2023
Sculptural and Functional Pottery

“Although I create many traditional pots, I embellish most with surface decoration, sculpture or carving. Almost all of my pottery is thrown on the wheel, and my most often used motifs are mermaids, dragons, giraffes and cats. My pieces are carved or cut out when the trimmed pots are leather hard. Except for the extremely cut - out works, all of the pottery is functional. Glazing is a little more complicated on sculpted and carved - out works and often requires wiping, waxing, and multiple brushings .”

Originally from Pennsylvania, Ms. Blunt received her Bachelors Degree in Art Education from Penn State University, and her Masters Degree in Art Education from Pratt Institute. A secondary school art teacher for more than 38 years, she has taught and worked in multiple media, predominately acrylic painting and watercolors. Her painting is done at her home studio in Queens, New York and her pottery for the last 40 years has been created at the Potter’s Wheel in Kew Gardens. She is currently working on her pottery at the Brickhouse in Long Island City.

Sheila Blunt is on the board at The National Art League in Douglaston, New York as education coordinator. Ms. Blunt has exhibited in the Cork Gallery, Lever House and the Federal Hall Museum in Manhattan. She was also the president of the Alliance Of Queens Artists for four years and curator of many of their gallery shows. She has exhibited at the Great Neck ,Syosset, and Jericho libraries and in galleries in Port Washington and Huntington, and B.J. Spoke. She is an award winning participant in many outdoor and indoor fine arts and crafts shows, including the Long Beach, Columbus Ave. and Westhampton shows. She has been a long time participant and award winner for the Rotational Art Exhibit Program in Oyster Bay, exhibiting in many libraries, including, Bethpage and Plainedge, Ms. Blunts's work can also be seen at the Barnes Gallery in Garden City, and Gallery North in Setauket as well as the gift shop in Flushing Town Hall.