SidhefireArts

Fancy-dancy functional art pottery

Rainier, Washington · 675 Sales

SidhefireArts

Fancy-dancy functional art pottery

Rainier, Washington 675 Sales On Etsy since 2015

5 out of 5 stars
(149)

Announcement   I am not currently taking custom orders.
Here are the vending events I will be at this season:
1-3 June: SCA June Faire in Bremerton, WA
22-24 June: EMP Ragnaroc near Bellingham, WA
4 Aug: Proctor Arts Fest in Tacoma, WA
17-19 Aug: SCA Autumn War near Chehalis, WA
28-30 Sep: Hexenfest in Geyserville, CA

Announcement

Last updated on May 21, 2018

I am not currently taking custom orders.
Here are the vending events I will be at this season:
1-3 June: SCA June Faire in Bremerton, WA
22-24 June: EMP Ragnaroc near Bellingham, WA
4 Aug: Proctor Arts Fest in Tacoma, WA
17-19 Aug: SCA Autumn War near Chehalis, WA
28-30 Sep: Hexenfest in Geyserville, CA

Sherry Kirk

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Sherry Kirk

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(149)
Dirk

Dirk on May 22, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

More beautiful than the picture. I love the subtle honeycomb pattern at the bottom of the mug. Perfect size for a mug of <beverage>, and the thumb dimple on the handle makes it very comfortable to drink from. Shipped out the day after I ordered it, and arrived the day after that.

Eweezee

Eweezee on May 1, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

It is beautiful, light, and the attention to detail is wonderful. Thank you!

yarrow kat

yarrow kat on May 1, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

beautiful! exactly as advertised. sturdy, charming, and well-made, well-packaged, arrived fast. and i love it!

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About

From Army to Artist

After being in the military for over 20 years, Sherry Kirk was looking for a complete change in her life. So she used her GI bill to study art at The Evergreen State College. She enjoys creating useful and creative pieces that last through the test of time. “There is an addiction to taking a raw piece of the Earth and turning into something sleek and useful.”

Sherry’s primary art obsession is creating functional pottery. “I fell in love with throwing clay on the wheel while studying art in 2008. Art became my new and abiding passion.”

Being an artist contributes to Sherry’s physical and metal well being. “The zen of watching the pottery wheel spin and the calm that comes when the clay flows smoothly through my hands sealed my addiction to making functional pottery vessels.”

Sherry is often inspired by her love of Medieval reenactment while participating with the Empire of Medieval Pursuits and Society for Creative Anarchism groups. She truly enjoys creating pottery inspired by historical forms.

Sherry also dabbles in independent film production, fine book binding, fine metal work, costuming and anything to do with permaculture. You can see the kind of fun-cheezy-quirky movies she likes to be involved with at www.emberdaysmovie.com

The wares are wheel-thrown in her studio nestled in the beautiful Pacific Northwest forest. The pieces are fired to Cone 6 or about 2230 degrees, making them incredibly durable.

All of Sidhefire Art’s functional pottery is microwave and dishwasher safe and contains no lead making them completely food safe. Pottery is designed for both beauty and functionality. Sherry even takes her personal dishes on camping trips she enjoys in the beautiful Pacific Northwest!

Sidhefire Arts can also be found on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SidhefireArts/
Follow her on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sidhefire/
See Sherry’s Pinterest at https://www.pinterest.com/sidhefirearts/pins/

Shop members

  • Sherry Kirk

    Owner, Creator

  • Amber

    Assistant

    Amber is final approving authority on all designs.

Production partners

  • Brittany Moeller

    Bothell, WA

    Brittany has amazing 2D art skills and adds her touch to my functional vessels.

  • Tursi Art

    Lakewood, WA

    Rose Tursi of www.tursiart.etsy.com did the original sculpture artwork for this design.

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  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits