& wall vases
Wall Vases

Large Hydrangea Leaf Wall Vase

Color pictured is Late Summer

Large Hydrangea Leaf Wall Vase

Color pictured is Winter Bronze

Large Hydrangea Leaf Wall Vase

Color pictured is
Fall Earth Tones

Large Hydrangea Leaf Wall Vase

Color pictured is
Bronze and Red Earth Tones

Maple Platter 



This platter was made brom Broad Leaf Maple leaves gathered from the South Bank of the Chetco river in Brookings. The leaves were pressed into stoneware clay and then manipulated to achieve a natural line and flow. These platters are a soft oval measuring 20" x 17"
Medium Coastal Fern Dish


These dishes were made from large ferns I gathered this summer from the forested area close to my home.  These ferns grow to enormous sizes here, and these dishes were made from just the tip of one of these magnificent ferns.


The size of each dish or platter varies greatly and can range from 12"  to 3' long
Small Coastal Fern Dish

Small 3 leaf Hydrangea Leaf Wall Vase

Color pictured is
Summer Lavenders

Small 3 leaf Hydrangea Leaf Wall Vase

Color pictured is
Spring Minted Plum

Small 3 leaf Hydrangea Leaf Wall Vase

Color pictured is
Spring Teal

Double Calla Lily & Hydrangea Leaf Platter


My Double Calla Lily platters are made from the impressions of two extra large leaves from plants that grow very close to the ocean cliffs in what we call "Lily Field Soil". This soil is found in only a few select areas of brookings. When I find a plant growing in it the leaves & flowers are always sensationally large! I only make a limited number of these unique platters each season as the leaves that grow big enough to make them are rare.

Small 3 leaf Hydrangea Leaf Wall Vase

Color pictured is
Fall Earth Tones

Small  Hydrangea Leaf Wall Vases

Small 3 leaf Hydrangea Leaf Wall Vase

Color pictured is
Late Summer Pastells

"Sculpted Botanical Pottery created to reflect Gods glory as seen in nature"



Coastal Fern
Platters & Dishs

These bowls are made from Broad Leaf Maple leaves gathered from the South Bank of the Chetco river in Brookings. They are pressed into stoneware clay and then manipulated to achieve a natural line and flow. These bowls varrie slightly in heights and are approximately 16" horizontally from tip to tip and 12" in heighth.
                                                                                                                        

Maple Bowl
This Maple Leaf Platter measures  28" horizontal by 9" vertical. It was made from layers of Maple Leaf impressions.  Each clay leaf impression was individually cut and placed to give a natural "layered" look.  The glazes were applied in layers to give depth and achieve the look that real leaves in our area have in mid to late fall.  This platter has slightly turned up edges with a total depth of about 3" to 4".  It has no legs as some of my other platters have.
                                                                                                                        

Maple Platter  Sold

"Botanical Pottery & Sculpture created to reflect Gods glory as seen in nature"
Earthen Vessels Pottery    2006 
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