Sam Scott studio porcelain pottery sale this weekend

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Shoreline ceramic artist, Sam Scott, will be opening his studio this weekend, Saturday, December 2, 10-4 pm and Sunday, December 3, 12-4 pm.

There will be large selection of wheel-thrown functional and nonfunctional porcelain objects.

The address is: 18502 6th Ave NW Shoreline 98177. Contact Sam at cheerspots@yahoo.com or 206-542-1944.

About Sam
My interest in ceramics began in high school with a pottery class in 1968. I continued taking pottery and art classes throughout the remainder of high school and into college. 

After completing two years at Shoreline Community College, and three years at the University of Washington, I graduated in 1975 with my Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree. Over the years 

I’ve given many workshops and taught at several schools including the University of Washington, Everett Community College, and presently at Shoreline Community College.

About Sam's work
I am primarily a functional potter. I work predominately in porcelain, although not from a traditional perspective.
 
My forms are defined by functional simplicity and the white surface of each piece is decorated with abstract designs in blues, browns, and grays.

I am also exploring the contrast of the white porcelain surface with a matte black glaze. The development of this glaze has allowed me to explore new forms of decoration on the clay surface. 


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