Starting this week, the Evergreen Gallery is featuring two of my ohata red dinnerware place settings in their month-long “Dining on the Arts” show. The square pieces above just came out of the kiln last week and they are part of a display in the center of the gallery. If you live in my neck of the woods, I recommend you stop by and take a look. It’s a great selection of pots and the other artists featured have some lovely pieces at the table, too. If a trip to the mountains of Colorado isn’t feasible, you can purchase my work at my online store. Dinnerware sets take 3-5 weeks for me to produce, and I can certainly make custom items to suit your needs. Just ask! We’ve been using dinnerware with this glaze for a year now and it is a joy to have. It is wonderfully durable, dishwasher and microwave safe, and lead-free, of course.
Another new item in last week’s kiln is this 5″ x 4″ soap dish. I only made a few of them, and you can snap them up for a mere $15.00 each in my online store. We have a pretty good selection of red pots in stock now, and all of the items below are available!