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color blocks + marks bottle vase | Vases & Vessels by Whitney Smith. Item composed of ceramic in boho or mid century modern style
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color blocks + marks bottle vase | Vases & Vessels by Whitney Smith. Item composed of ceramic in boho or mid century modern style
color blocks + marks bottle vase | Vases & Vessels by Whitney Smith. Item composed of ceramic in boho or mid century modern style
color blocks + marks bottle vase | Vases & Vessels by Whitney Smith. Item composed of ceramic in boho or mid century modern style

Created and Sold by Whitney Smith

Whitney Smith

color blocks + marks bottle vase - Vases & Vessels

Price $130

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Shipping: USPS 3-5 days
Estimated Arrival: May 29, 2024

Handmade

Woman Owned

Made In USA

Made To Order

Locally Sourced

DimensionsWeight
6H x 3.5W x 6D in
15.24H x 8.89W x 15.24D cm
0.45 kg
1 lb

Wheel thrown porcelain bud vase with dark indigo blue and chartreuse colors blocks. Black inlay hash marks.

My pottery surfaces are achieved with colored underglazes that I paint on. I will often mix colors to achieve different tones and colors. I like to carve into my surfaces and inlay colors to make the designs pop. I also like to highlight pieces with hashmarks, dots and scratching, which gives more visual and surface texture. All pieces are then finished with a clear, shiny glaze.

Item color blocks + marks bottle vase
Created by Whitney Smith
As seen in Creator's Studio, Vallejo, CA
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Whitney Smith
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
Beautifully functional ceramics made in California

My relationship with clay began in 1994 with my first wheel-throwing class at Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz. I had an instant rapport with clay, and I spent my first years as a potter single-mindedly pursuing a mastery and understanding of my new love. Early on, I was lucky enough to work for other professional ceramic artists where I learned not only the basics of running a production ceramic studio, but given a window into a world where people supported themselves making their art.

In 2000, I finally made the leap into full-time ceramic artist, working solely for myself, making the work I love to make. It has been, and continues to be, an incredible journey where I am constantly challenged by my chosen medium to always be better, learn more, and to meet the peculiar demands of being a full-time artist in the world.

My goal as an artist is simple: to make items that are well-crafted, absolutely beautiful, and can be a part of every day life. I want my work to be transcendent, to take my customers into a moment of experiencing something beautiful. The more we experience beauty, the more we can tune into its frequency and see it all around us, everyday, in places we never thought we could find it.

Nothing thrills me more than making work for people who love what I do. Connecting with my customers and bringing beautiful things into their lives is the best occupation I could ask for.