Patrick Horsley, Studio Potter
My work is strongly influenced by architecture (i.e. the home, the temple and skyscraper.) I base my work on the idea of the container vessel, and at times, utilitarian forms, such as teapots, lidded jars, and platters.
Most of my work is thrown, or thrown then altered. All the work is stoneware, fired to 2100 degrees Fahrenheit in a reduction kiln. Most of my work is decorative as opposed to utilitarian. Teapots, a special interest of mine, have evolved into a signature form and are included in many collections throughout the world.
My preferred method of selling: any method that works is good.
Allied Arts Gallery - Richland, Wa.
Mossy Creek Gallery - Lincoln City, Ore.
Earth Works Gallery - Yachats, Ore
Rowboat Gallery - Shalishan, Ore
Throwing Mud Gallery - Tacoma, Wa.
Tumalo Art - Bend ,Ore
THIS ARTIST SPECIALIZES IN:
Non-Functional, Sculptural, Architectural, Contemporary, Decorative, Artwork, Garden, Wall art, Bright, Colorful, Black, Blue, Brown, Gold, Green, Purple, Orange, Red, Turquoise, Yellow, Stoneware, Reduction, Wheel Thrown, Hand Built, Wax resist, Bottle, Bowl, Box, Cup, Jar, Plate, Mug, Sculpture, Tea Bowl, Teapot, Tile, Urn, Vase, Vessel