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EARTH TO ART CERAMICS by Diann Adams

Ohio, United States · 504 Sales

earthtoartceramics

EARTH TO ART CERAMICS by Diann Adams

Ohio, United States 504 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(193)

Announcement   Handmade clay art - functional and decorative. Urns for human or pet ashes or decor. Kitchen ware for baking, drinking, and serving. Sculpture for decoration.
My heart shares a little piece with each clay creation. My pots are precious and feel good in you hands. I collect and make unique honey pots. I make unique lidded vessels that serve as decoration that is functional. Many of my pieces are used as urns for pets or special loved ones. I specialize in hand built and wheel thrown pottery. I work in porcelain and stoneware that is glazed, or alternative firing- RAKU, Horsehair Raku, Saggar fired, and Pit fired. The unpredictability of the results of Raku and alternative firing methods is alluring. I am Crazed about RAKU. I love color. Enjoy your art as it is unique.
Check out my Gallery at heartstarkart.org, Canton Ceramic Artist Guild on Facebook.com., http://www.ceramicsdaily.org or http://www.lagunaclay.com I have a few special spots on Coyote Clays website and brochure as well as Laguna Clay's Catalogue . I am also featured in the Potters Council 2011 Calendar for Alternative Firing Collection for the month of June and Have had a spot in Clay Times magazine. I have exhibited at the Canton Museum of Art in Canton, Ohio. I am a member of the Canton Ceramic Artist Guild. Our goal is to help support the Canton Museum of Art's Ceramic Programs. Each year we participate in the May Show at the Canton Museum of Art where we donate bowls for hunger and the proceeds from the sale of the bowls goes to the Stark County Hunger Task Force. If you are in the area stop on by and help support a worthy cause.
Check it out- my latest contest win at http://www.cafepress.com/potterscouncil.477051844
Please CONVO for more info.

Announcement
Last updated on Jul 3, 2016

Handmade clay art - functional and decorative. Urns for human or pet ashes or decor. Kitchen ware for baking, drinking, and serving. Sculpture for decoration.
My heart shares a little piece with each clay creation. My pots are precious and feel good in you hands. I collect and make unique honey pots. I make unique lidded vessels that serve as decoration that is functional. Many of my pieces are used as urns for pets or special loved ones. I specialize in hand built and wheel thrown pottery. I work in porcelain and stoneware that is glazed, or alternative firing- RAKU, Horsehair Raku, Saggar fired, and Pit fired. The unpredictability of the results of Raku and alternative firing methods is alluring. I am Crazed about RAKU. I love color. Enjoy your art as it is unique.
Check out my Gallery at heartstarkart.org, Canton Ceramic Artist Guild on Facebook.com., http://www.ceramicsdaily.org or http://www.lagunaclay.com I have a few special spots on Coyote Clays website and brochure as well as Laguna Clay's Catalogue . I am also featured in the Potters Council 2011 Calendar for Alternative Firing Collection for the month of June and Have had a spot in Clay Times magazine. I have exhibited at the Canton Museum of Art in Canton, Ohio. I am a member of the Canton Ceramic Artist Guild. Our goal is to help support the Canton Museum of Art's Ceramic Programs. Each year we participate in the May Show at the Canton Museum of Art where we donate bowls for hunger and the proceeds from the sale of the bowls goes to the Stark County Hunger Task Force. If you are in the area stop on by and help support a worthy cause.
Check it out- my latest contest win at http://www.cafepress.com/potterscouncil.477051844
Please CONVO for more info.

Diann Adams

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Diann Adams

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(193)
Rachelle

Rachelle on May 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

We received this handsome urn for our cat, Leo, in a very timely fashion. It's so lovely--a beautiful final resting place for our Leo.

youngstownheidi

youngstownheidi on Jan 8, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Thanks again! The lid is so delicate barely know it is there. Does not detract from urn. Thanks!

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 3, 2015
Thank you for your interest in handmade in the USA. All of my pottery is handmade and signed. I really appreciate your support and will do my best to ensure that you are satisfied with your purchase. Please read all shop policies.
-Diann Adams

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Other Method
Payment
If payment is not received in a timely manner your order will be cancelled. I accept credit cards, Paypal, and money orders or certified check. Please convo if you have any questions. All commissioned work will require payment up front.
Second sale items are final sales.
Shipping
Thank you for your business. Every attempt is made to protect the item being shipped. If the product is defective and not attributed to the process or the handmaking, you may return it in it's orginal box, carefully wrapped and a refund will be considered. Raku, saggar, pit fired, and horse hair items may have hair line cracks. This is normal due to the process of thermal shock. Glazes may be crazed (tiny cracks) so please select your items carefully. Crazing is a process that can happen any time, any place, generally it does not affect the function of the piece. Special order items are not refundable. Insured items that are received damaged must be returned in a box packed around the original box and pictures must be submitted so that an insurance claim can be processed and your account credited.
Items mailed but not received are the responsibility of the purchaser. I would highly recommend that you communicate with the seller the need for insurance or tracking.
A handling charge may be included in the shipping price as well as a gas cost recovery fee.
Refunds and Exchanges
contact me with any damages. Photos must be sent to me via ETSY. Items shipped but not received by the buyer will not be refunded. No refunds will be made until insurance claims are settled. Items and packaging must be kept by the buyer until claims are settled. The cooperation of the buyer is imperative. If the buyer has purchased their own insurance then they are responsible for filing all insurance claims.
Additional policies and FAQs
Glaze colors vary due to lighting, photography, and computer monitors. Seller cannot be responsible for how the colored piece is viewed on line by the buyer. Please make your selection carefully .