We explore a range of handmade ceramics that provide a seamless balance between design and function with a selection of pieces that are both ornamental and useful, boasting flecked stoneware, distinct forms, and a range of unique finishes. Featuring pieces from Lucy Michel, Mellow, IIIVVVYYY and more.
As a Smith College graduate, Judy Jackson has been working as a potter for decades. With a studio based just outside of New York City, she creates handmade homeware pieces based around simple shapes and forms. As an experienced potter, she uses a variety of methods including wheel throwing, slip casting and slab building, finishing her ceramics with oxidation firing, hand glazing, and pour-and-dip glazing methods.
Maker – Judy Jackson
Origin – Long Island, New York
Finish – Pour-and-dip hand glaze with a variety of semi-transparent coloured finishes to bring out the piece’s natural character and patterning
Design Inspiration – Clean lines, simple shapes, and minimal form