New Century Arts Inc.

Because there are variables beyond my control (clays, papers, water, mixing errors and etc) always pre test fire what you have before a big project. No guarantee can be offered that 'alternative" commercial paperclays now on the market will meet the all the performance advantages of my high performance trademark P'Clay® brand only available from licensed manufacturers/distributors.

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2012 Seattle Nordstroms downtown flagship store- March April installation

120 foot display window street side.


Sampling of Finished Works

diverse possibilties>>>

figure sculpture>>>

tiles, murals, bas relief>>>

works for the wall>>>

forms small size>>>

vessel influenced forms>>>

porcelain larger scale>>>

translucent porcelain>>>

ceramic and print>>>

window installation of porcelain>>>

non-fire, high-tech and beyond>>>

scale models for public art>>>

link to pottery wheel>>>

more artist weblinks>>>

artists contributors

some published art and design with paperclay citations

installation, Threshold: Edge of Light

Layered reflections in the window offer an illusion that dream like figures could float mid air within a street full of city life.

Human desire for freedom can be inspired by the spirit of birds but it is anchored by feet of clay and more.

Elements from a post modern "mystery play" are hand built porcelain paperclay ceramic figurines that refer to myths and our yearning liberation and freedom to fly. Icarus fell to earth as wax melted for his wings.

Thank you

Nordstrom Downtown Flagship Store: Ted Link, Doug Smith
Curators for NCECA Seattle "Feet of Clay" Liz Duarte and Sandra Farmer
Studio Intern: Gayle St. Luise Also thank you to Clayworks Studio Seattle, Clare Powers, Clay Art Center Tacoma, P'Clay® /P'Slip® porcelain, Research and Art Residencies at Banff Centre for the Arts, (Canada), Guldageragaard, (Denmark), Bechyne,(Czech Republic) and Kesckemet, (Hungary) Pottery Northwest, Seattle Northwest Designer Craftsmen and Washington Clay Arts Association