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Inspired by nature and the joy of family, as a Hungarian-born artist I have been crafting pottery in my unique style for over 30 years. Working exclusively in high fire and raku glazes with an emphasis on exceptional home wares, my Evaware collection was initially made popular in the homes of friends and loved ones as gifts for birthdays, engagements, anniversaries, and house warming. Now available on Etsy, each Evaware creation is hand made, fired, and glazed by me, in other words a one of a kind work of art.
Yes, that's me, sitting at the wheel, trimming (forming the bottom and feet) a pot.

Evaware is probably best known for the 'leaf' plates and bowls, made from pressing fallen tree leaves into the clay. “I love imprinting leaves on my pieces, but I never use the same leaf more than once," “I especially love working with raku clay and glazes because the end…

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  • Born on December 24
  • Joined August 17, 2011

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About

Inspired by nature and the joy of family, as a Hungarian-born artist I have been crafting pottery in my unique style for over 30 years. Working exclusively in high fire and raku glazes with an emphasis on exceptional home wares, my Evaware collection was initially made popular in the homes of friends and loved ones as gifts for birthdays, engagements, anniversaries, and house warming. Now available on Etsy, each Evaware creation is hand made, fired, and glazed by me, in other words a one of a kind work of art.
Yes, that's me, sitting at the wheel, trimming (forming the bottom and feet) a pot.

Evaware is probably best known for the 'leaf' plates and bowls, made from pressing fallen tree leaves into the clay. “I love imprinting leaves on my pieces, but I never use the same leaf more than once," “I especially love working with raku clay and glazes because the end result is always a surprise. Depending on the amount of oxidation, temperature and shape of the piece, there is a different combination of colors flowing over the surface each and every time. The word raku is derived from the Japanese expression meaning enjoyment and happiness, both of which I find in my work.”

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