Handmade Ceramic Art

South Portland, Maine

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Amanda Rose Williams

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  • Diane on Mar 10, 2020

    5 out of 5 stars

    Simply love the fish! (plural ;) 🐟🐠🐟

  • marinajkapes on Jan 29, 2020

    5 out of 5 stars

    Love this little bowl! I’m still not totally settled on what I’ll use or for, but for now it’s holding a variety of makeup/skin case products to keep them neat instead of scattered on my dresser :) it’s just precious and while I questioned my sanity for paying $50 for a little decorative bowl, it’s beautiful, handmade, one of a kind, and supporting an artist - I don’t regret the purchase at all! Would def recommend this artist :)

  • Spencer on Jan 29, 2020

    5 out of 5 stars

    This is perfect in my bathroom holding little fizzer soaps!Well made and a lovely reddish-orange paired with natural clay. It was packed with loving care - lots of packaging to protect it and was received when promised. Will buy again from this etsy seller!

  • Spencer on Jan 29, 2020

    5 out of 5 stars

    So cute! Every time I catch a glimpse of this little magnet, I smile - and believe me, in the wintertime I can use all the smiles I can get!

  • smdadd on Jan 17, 2020

    5 out of 5 stars

    This cute little pot is a great accent on my desk at work - it's big enough to contain all the knick knacks scattered in my desk. The glaze is beautiful, and the lid fits perfectly. I've been getting so many compliments on it!

  • smdadd on Dec 12, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    I purchased the purple blushing planter to give as a Christmas gift. However it arrived and I am tempted to keep it for myself! The glaze is beautiful, and it will make a beautiful planter for some orchids or succulents.

About CeramicSerenade

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Pottery handmade in Portland, ME

Amanda Williams is a ceramic artist living and working in Portland, ME. She enjoys working in a variety of media, but mainly employs traditional ceramic techniques. She recently completed her BFA in ceramics at the Maine College of Art. Similar to feminist artist Coille Hooven, Williams uses storytelling in ceramic to explore issues of femininity and life as a woman. She also draws influence from the Kawaii movement of Japanese art, using the power of cute to bring a sense of joy and delight to her making. For Williams, making art is a way of thinking in three-dimensions and making discoveries. She uses her work to encourage creative discovery in others, whether they are artists or not.

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