I came to clay after years of thinking I had no artistic talent (thanks to a high school art teacher's advice to stick with math). While hiking one day, I fell into step with an acquaintance who asked me what I would do if I didn't have to work for a living. I told him I had always wanted to throw clay. I swear I didn't know that he manufactured potters wheels for a living. Long story short, I have been working with clay since that day in 1992, learning mostly from community college classes and workshops in San Diego.
Framed, hand-built, hand-carved stoneware art tile
ArtWalk Liberty Station
They look so unusual, but like your camera's tri-foot, they are quite stable. The inside has been filled and smoothed to make cleaning a breeze.
Hand-built from slabs with texture from stencils, hand-made or purchased stamps or sgraffito carved
Riverside Art Market
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Available in different shapes and sizes - All with a beachy theme - so far
San Diego Festival of Arts http://www.sdfestivalofthearts.org/
San Diego Rabbit House BUNNYFEST www.sandiegobunnyfest.org
Morro Bay Art in the Park http://www.morrobayartinthepark.com/PUBLICSIDE/showdates.html
Hands-on Sgraffito Class, Mendocino Art Center