Unique Wall Platter Inspired by Historical Artists, Nuka with Copper, Cobalt and Iron Streaks, Roughly 16.5" diameter by 3.5" tall (ST349)

$1,800.00

These large wall platters are sculptural. They would make for gorgeous table centerpieces, but are crafted with a foot and bottom to fit flat on a wall perfectly. Tension builds when seeing about 12 pounds of tick, heavy clay floating on the wall.

Great art appreciates in value over time. In my opinion, these platters are truly investments, as they have only ever appreciated in value as my lifelong pottery and art career have unfolded. 

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This art is directly inspired by two artists who motivated me to pursue a full-time career as a potter and ceramic artist: Peter Voulkos and Don Reitz.

These photos below show my early college experiences with the two men. Voulkos passed away before I got my hands in clay. Studying, viewing and holding his art was the closest I got to him personally. Reitz (who was a close, personal friend of Pete) showed off his skills and radiated enthusiasm during a two day workshop I saw in college.

Reitz went through two wheelbarrows of clay in two days. He brought other artists to tears when talking about his art, life, friends and Pete. It was truly remarkable. I feel honored to have been able to document Reitz at 79 years old, throwing 100 pound platters like it was child's play.

You can learn more about how I crafted my career to follow in the footsteps of these men in my guest authorship for American Craft Council:

"A Potter's Journey: Art Experiences Outside The College Classroom"

cherrico-voulkos-reitz-platter-sculpture-pottery.jpg

 

don-reitz-throwing-3-images-joel-cherrico-pottery-abstract-expressionism-in-clay-flagstaff-az.jpg

*The photo of me holding a Peter Voulkos platter is not the platter you are purchasing. It is a marketing photo, intended to show a link to my historical pottery influences only. You are purchasing one Cherrico Pottery platter only. 

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These large wall platters are sculptural. They would make for gorgeous table centerpieces, but are crafted with a foot and bottom to fit flat on a wall perfectly. Tension builds when seeing about 12 pounds of tick, heavy clay floating on the wall.

Great art appreciates in value over time. In my opinion, these platters are truly investments, as they have only ever appreciated in value as my lifelong pottery and art career have unfolded. 

Learn More 

This art is directly inspired by two artists who motivated me to pursue a full-time career as a potter and ceramic artist: Peter Voulkos and Don Reitz.

These photos below show my early college experiences with the two men. Voulkos passed away before I got my hands in clay. Studying, viewing and holding his art was the closest I got to him personally. Reitz (who was a close, personal friend of Pete) showed off his skills and radiated enthusiasm during a two day workshop I saw in college.

Reitz went through two wheelbarrows of clay in two days. He brought other artists to tears when talking about his art, life, friends and Pete. It was truly remarkable. I feel honored to have been able to document Reitz at 79 years old, throwing 100 pound platters like it was child's play.

You can learn more about how I crafted my career to follow in the footsteps of these men in my guest authorship for American Craft Council:

"A Potter's Journey: Art Experiences Outside The College Classroom"

cherrico-voulkos-reitz-platter-sculpture-pottery.jpg

 

don-reitz-throwing-3-images-joel-cherrico-pottery-abstract-expressionism-in-clay-flagstaff-az.jpg

*The photo of me holding a Peter Voulkos platter is not the platter you are purchasing. It is a marketing photo, intended to show a link to my historical pottery influences only. You are purchasing one Cherrico Pottery platter only. 

Current Stock: 1
Shipping Cost: Calculated at Checkout
Width: 24.00
Height: 18.00
Depth: 24.00

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