:::: One of the last 1000 Major Jugs By a lifetime Potter/Sculptor ::::
Each major jug numbered, dated and signed by the artist. Collect the whole set. (See" About The Artist " For Details)


Title: " The Watcher "
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Comment:: This is an " Improv " Jug. When I throw jugs I usually throw three or four then keep them covered with plastic sheeting until I decide to finish one. I usually have something in mind or a sketch when I start. The " Improv " jugs just kind of happen I just take what parts I have thrown and start assembling them. I don't know what will come out until I have finished sculpting. While I sculpt I usually make up a story about the jug I am working on. (It amuses me).

The Story: At first I called him "The Bird Watcher" (because of the bird) Then I started wondering just what he was looking at through the spy glasses. He just seemed a little too excited for just spotting birds. I mean, those buldgy eyes seemed to say, "Voyeur". Is that whistle on his lips a bird call or a wolf whistle? Is the bird poop running down the back of his head just happenstance or is it karma? I just named him "The Watcher" you'll have to figure what he's up to. Just remember, whatever you decide will say more about YOU than him. Enjoy!

He is made of hand thrown high fire stoneware and is fully functional. He is glazed with my Washita River Slip ash glaze. Which is lead free and food safe


Size:He stands 12" tall and 8 inches wide. He would hold about a gallon. He is made of high-fire stoneware and the glaze is handmade by me and is food safe and lead free

Medium: Stoneware, glaze

Materials and process: Hand thrown and sculpted stoneware, and high fire glaze.

Signed: Yes. Artist signed, numbered and dated with the year produced.

Original: Entirely handmade using no molds.
Each jug is an original.
Comes with a certificate of
originality.

 

 

 

 

 


# 33 Of The Final 1000

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