Emily Davis' Profile

About

Thank you for visiting my shop! I am an artist living in Minneapolis, MN. Please let me know if you have any questions, I'd love to hear from you. Every individual piece is unique. I make my work on a potter's wheel, therefore, each piece begins it's journey as a chunk of clay and is then transformed into the desired shape. Then, the piece is trimmed, bisque fired in a kiln, glazed, and fired again. All pieces are food safe, microwaveable, and dishwasher safe (Although it's always best to wash by hand!). All pieces are fired at Cone 10 for maximum durability and vitality, they will last for years and years to come.

I enjoy pottery because of it's calming affect, I love sitting at the potter's wheel and watching the clay transform into something new. Pottery is so cool because you start the process with a block of clay and finish with a beautiful and functional piece of art. I especially…

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  • Female
  • Born on June 28
  • Joined January 23, 2008

Favorite materials

Porcelain, black slip, white slip, stain, clay, stoneware, glaze

Shop

DiTerra
Handmade Pottery and Jewelry

About

Thank you for visiting my shop! I am an artist living in Minneapolis, MN. Please let me know if you have any questions, I'd love to hear from you. Every individual piece is unique. I make my work on a potter's wheel, therefore, each piece begins it's journey as a chunk of clay and is then transformed into the desired shape. Then, the piece is trimmed, bisque fired in a kiln, glazed, and fired again. All pieces are food safe, microwaveable, and dishwasher safe (Although it's always best to wash by hand!). All pieces are fired at Cone 10 for maximum durability and vitality, they will last for years and years to come.

I enjoy pottery because of it's calming affect, I love sitting at the potter's wheel and watching the clay transform into something new. Pottery is so cool because you start the process with a block of clay and finish with a beautiful and functional piece of art. I especially love decorating and glazing my pieces. It's always fun experimenting with different glazes and slips (liquid clay applied like paint) because you never really know how it's going to come out of the kiln! I'm always excited to see what unfolds.

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