KiraCallCeramics

Kira Call Ceramics

Afton, Wyoming · 176 Sales

KiraCallCeramics

Kira Call Ceramics

Afton, Wyoming 176 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Announcement   Fun and elegant pots for a fun and elegant way of daily life!
All items handmade by me in Wyoming! Most of my items are ready to ship unless the item title starts with 'Made to Order', in which case it won't be ready for 7-14 days because it hasn't been made yet.

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Last updated on Jan 24, 2017

Fun and elegant pots for a fun and elegant way of daily life!
All items handmade by me in Wyoming! Most of my items are ready to ship unless the item title starts with 'Made to Order', in which case it won't be ready for 7-14 days because it hasn't been made yet.

Kira Call

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One potter with a love of plants and drawing, sharing her illustrated ceramics with the world.

I started my Etsy shop in 2012, shortly after I decided that I wanted to take ceramic art seriously. I was studying at Utah State University at the time, and had a surplus of unique pottery I made in class. I wanted to create another way to get my work out there and make a dollar or two. Since I opened my shop, I have shipped work all over the U.S. from New York to Texas to California, and also abroad to Australia and the UK.
My work is all about combining my love of drawing, botany, and ceramics in a way that gets integrated in people's daily lives. I make functional pottery with porcelain and stoneware, then decorate with under glazes to get the colors and lines I want. My work is botanically diverse-- I hope to get other people to be as curious as I am about the natural world around us. I often illustrate plants that aren't as well known, like slipper orchids, Jack in the Pulpit, Bromus briziformis, grevillea flowers, and proteas. I also draw a lot of inspiration from common plants like Phalaenopsis orchids, rhododendrons, common weeds like dandelions and Plantago, and simplified leaf patterns.

So far, the shop is a one-woman business. I make pots when and where I can-- I started in Utah, and this past year I have been living and working in Massachusetts. I list pots that I've made recently in hopes that other people will like them as much as I do. :)

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