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I am deeply satisfied when my ceramic interpretations create an aesthetic attraction upon entering individuals’ private lives. I choose to hand build and wheel build utilitarian pottery with hopes my cups are the first to dirty once unloaded from dishwashers and my vases are the first filled with spring flowers.

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Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box

Small Teapot
Ceramic - Wood fired
5 x 6 x 4.5 in
$ 68.00
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Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Small Teapot
Ceramic   Wood fired  
5 x 6 x 4.5 in
$ 68
JSI15
 
Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Coffee Filter
Ceramic   Wood fired  
4 x 6 x 4.5 in
$ 40
JSI13
 
Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Cut Dish
Gas Reduction
Ceramic   Wood fired  
1.5 x 6 x 5 in
$ 24
JSI21
 
Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Inlaid Slip Yunomi
Gas Reduction
Ceramic   Wood fired  
4 x 3.5 x 3.5 in
$ 40
JSI03
 
Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Segmented Clover Dish
Ceramic   Wood fired  
3 x 11.5 x 4 in
$ 180
JSI11
 
Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Segmented Clover Dish
Ceramic   Wood fired  
2.5 x 10 x 10 in
$ 90
JSI12
 
Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Shino Yunomi
Ceramic   Wood fired  
4 x 4 x 4 in
$ 30
JSI01
 
Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Spouted Bowl with Lid
Ceramic   Wood fired  
6.5 x 7 x 6 in
$ 60
JSI07
 
Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Tumbler
Ceramic   Wood fired  
5.5 x 4 x 4 in
$ 30
JSI18
 
Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Vase
Ceramic   Wood fired  
12 x 4 x 4 in
$ 90
JSI131
 
Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Coffee Filter
Ceramic   Wood fired  
4 x 6 x 4.5 in
SOLD
JSI16
 
Joe  Singewald Sided Shino Box
Cut Dish
Gas Reduction
Ceramic   Wood fired  
1.5 x 6 x 5 in
SOLD
JSI20
 
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Joe  Singewald

Joe Singewald

Joe Singewald Statement

I am a potter because I love making pots. The pots I construct are those pieces that please me. I am not potting with hopes of being rich and I am not making pots with aspirations of a ceramic revolution.

I am a potter because I love using pots. My cupboards are filled with stacks of cups and plates, mugs and bowls. Shelves and tables throughout my house display jars, pitchers and platters. Some this collection are my pieces, but most were unloaded form other potter’s kilns. Every morning, after coffee has brewed, I choose a mug that seems best for the day. As I grab the handle thoughts and memories of the potter take over. I love thinking of the maker each time I interact with their work. When I use my own pieces, my eyes follow soft curves while my fingers trace lips and feet reminding me why the piece in hand was pulled aside and brought into my personal life. All these pieces and all the art I choose to be surrounded by enrich my life. Everything is hand picked because I like it and want to learn from what each piece has to offer.

I am deeply satisfied when my ceramic interpretations create an aesthetic attraction upon entering individuals’ private lives. I choose to hand build and wheel build utilitarian pottery with hopes my cups are the first to dirty once unloaded from dishwashers and my vases are the first filled with spring flowers.

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