GaryBercowCeramics

Earth inspired texture wheel thrown solar power pottery

Ithaca, New York
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Color of Change (An online racial justice organization designing campaigns to end practices of racism in order to create a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.)

International Justice Mission (Works to combat sex trafficking, child sexual assault, cybersex trafficking, forced labor slavery, property grabbing, police abuse of power, and addresses citizenship rights of minorities.)

People’s Pottery Project (Mission is to employ and empower formerly incarcerated women, trans and non-binary individuals through paid job training, access to a healing community, and meaningful employment in their collective non-profit ceramic business.)

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Thank you to all who have shopped at my site. As of the beginning of January 2022 (since this started in February 2021) - $2500 has been donated - which is a beautiful thing!


My shop and all my pottery is made and fired using solar energy.
Most packaging is recycled as I try to have a very low carbon footprint impact.

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Last updated on Jan 29, 2023

Please choose one of the social justice organizations (listed below) to which 25% of your purchase will be donated:

Color of Change (An online racial justice organization designing campaigns to end practices of racism in order to create a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.)

International Justice Mission (Works to combat sex trafficking, child sexual assault, cybersex trafficking, forced labor slavery, property grabbing, police abuse of power, and addresses citizenship rights of minorities.)

People’s Pottery Project (Mission is to employ and empower formerly incarcerated women, trans and non-binary individuals through paid job training, access to a healing community, and meaningful employment in their collective non-profit ceramic business.)

Miles4Migrants (Miles4Migrants uses donated frequent flyer miles, credit card points, and cash to help people impacted by war, persecution, or disaster reunite with loved ones and start new beginnings in safe homes.)

Center for Reproductive Rights (The Center addresses issues that protect and advance women's reproductive health, self-determination, and dignity as basic human rights. The Center for Reproductive Rights uses the power of law to advance reproductive rights as fundamental human rights around the world.)

Thank you to all who have shopped at my site. As of the beginning of January 2022 (since this started in February 2021) - $2500 has been donated - which is a beautiful thing!


My shop and all my pottery is made and fired using solar energy.
Most packaging is recycled as I try to have a very low carbon footprint impact.

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About GaryBercowCeramics

Sales 429
On Etsy since 2020

I have been touched by the power of clay to heal and center myself on so many levels. Having worked with clay and taught classes in ceramics for thirty years in the Ithaca, New York area. Ithaca is a place with deep roots and beautiful geological landscapes surrounded by massive areas of state owned wild landscapes.
I strive to capture the intersection of my existence with nature and my active lifestyle. My work emulates that which I see and feel through time spent on walks in the woods or in my gardens and orchard where my hands touch the earth. I am drawn to the power of nature and the textures and tones that can be found within natural wonders.

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