MudslidePottery

Porcelain and Stoneware Pottery, High Fire Reduction

Ridgway, Pennsylvania | 5 Sales

MudslidePottery

Porcelain and Stoneware Pottery, High Fire Reduction

Ridgway, Pennsylvania 5 Sales On Etsy since 2013

Announcement   Welcome to our first offering of work on Etsy. Thanks for taking a look. Glaze color may vary slightly depending on screen settings.

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Last updated on Jan 26, 2018

Welcome to our first offering of work on Etsy. Thanks for taking a look. Glaze color may vary slightly depending on screen settings.

Geno Boni

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Geno Boni

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At Mudslide we work to produce well-crafted stoneware and porcelain pottery. Although deeply rooted in tradition, our work uniquely conveys our ideas about the modern world. We draw inspiration from the environments that surround us — from the forests we played in as children to the modern architecture of today’s cities. We use glaze movement and color to give our work a sense of life. Most of our work is designed and produced to be used daily, so function is our primary goal. We strive to create work that is both beautiful and easy to use. All of our work is handmade one piece at a time on the potter’s wheel and finished without the use of molds or factory production techniques.
We are a father and son partnership in the studio. My dad, Roly, left a career in contracting, and I left art school to start Mudslide Pottery. It had been a life long dream of his to be a professional potter, and he spent many years doing it as a hobby. I found my love for clay in his hobby shop as a youngster and ended up pursuing a BFA in ceramics. However, I quickly realized that the academic route wasn't for me and departed before graduating to help him found our studio. After several years of hard work and determination we are ready to begin selling online. Thanks so much for taking the time to check out our work. We hope you find the perfect piece to add to your collection. Thanks.
Geno and Roland Boni

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Last updated on Jan 26, 2018
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All of our work is food safe and can also be put in the microwave and dishwasher