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Hi there.....

I've been passionate about pottery since I was fifteen, when I taught myself to throw. That was many decades ago.
I Graduated Alfred University. After that, I made pottery as "Terri Danek Pottery". Making pots for three businesses taught me to make sets dinnerware pottery... and lots of it.
In 1992, I opened my own dinnerware
(business) called, "Fine Porcelain". Much of what you see in the sponge design is left over from that endeavor.
My work has been published in three periodicals.
I have a piece in the Permanent Collection at The White House.
Life changes and the business is formally closed.

I have been doing work on a slower scale as a Ceramic Artist.
I love living in a beautiful, natural environment as Cape Cod, and feel the need to…

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  • Joined December 8, 2010

Favorite materials

The Porcelain my friend, Carl Miller developed, All glazes are from scratch and handmade, Wood fired and reduction works best for me

About

Hi there.....

I've been passionate about pottery since I was fifteen, when I taught myself to throw. That was many decades ago.
I Graduated Alfred University. After that, I made pottery as "Terri Danek Pottery". Making pots for three businesses taught me to make sets dinnerware pottery... and lots of it.
In 1992, I opened my own dinnerware
(business) called, "Fine Porcelain". Much of what you see in the sponge design is left over from that endeavor.
My work has been published in three periodicals.
I have a piece in the Permanent Collection at The White House.
Life changes and the business is formally closed.

I have been doing work on a slower scale as a Ceramic Artist.
I love living in a beautiful, natural environment as Cape Cod, and feel the need to express beauty as inspiration in my pieces.
I do like the tactile quality of the best porcelain; and the finished product of porcelain pieces fired in a wood or reduction atmosphere.
I like to alter pieces..And am currently working with wax resist, and wiping on greenware for texture, and surface alteration.
I find it interesting to add movement to a piece when I alter it. I like to add curves and wave shapes to doile dishes, for example.

Talk soon.

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