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Ed & Kate  Coleman

Some may call it an obsession – the way we feel about clay. We love working with clay, hanging out with people who work in clay, buying clay objects from other artists, talking to people about clay … Our work continually grows and changes, but it always is about the clay. We hope that the excitement we feel when making a piece is evident and transferred to the owners of our clayworks.

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Ed & Kate  Coleman Ed _ Kate Coleman - Clock - Crimson Laurel Gallery

Clock
Ceramic
1.25 x 9.5 x 8 in
SOLD
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Ed & Kate  Coleman Ed _ Kate Coleman - Clock - Crimson Laurel Gallery
Clock
Ceramic    
1.25 x 9.5 x 8 in
SOLD
EKC71
 
Ed & Kate  Coleman Cup
Cup
Ceramic    
$ 26
EKC78
 
Ed & Kate  Coleman Cup
Cup
Ceramic    
$ 26
EKC81
 
Ed & Kate  Coleman Tile- Cube
Tile- Cube
Ceramic    
$ 28
EKC66
 
Ed & Kate  Coleman Tile-Bacon
Tile-Bacon
Ceramic    
$ 28
EKC47
 
Ed & Kate  Coleman Tile-Magnet
Tile-Magnet
Ceramic    
$ 28
EKC65
 
Ed & Kate  Coleman Tile-Pipe
Tile-Pipe
Ceramic    
$ 28
EKC62
 
Ed & Kate  Coleman Tile-Smoke stack
Tile-Smoke stack
Ceramic    
$ 28
EKC60
 
Ed & Kate  Coleman Ed _ Kate Coleman - Bottle - Crimson Laurel Gallery
Bottle
Ceramic    
9 x 3 x 3 in
SOLD
EKC117
 
Ed & Kate  Coleman Ed _ Kate Coleman - Bottle - Crimson Laurel Gallery
Bottle
Ceramic    
9 x 3 x 3 in
$ 45
EKC118
 
Ed & Kate  Coleman Ed _ Kate Coleman - Bottle - Crimson Laurel Gallery
Bottle
Ceramic    
9 x 3 x 3 in
$ 45
EKC115
 
Ed & Kate  Coleman Ed _ Kate Coleman - Bottle - Crimson Laurel Gallery
Bottle
Ceramic    
9 x 3 x 3 in
SOLD
EKC116
 
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Ed & Kate  Coleman

Ed & Kate Coleman

Ed & Kate Coleman Biography

Ed and Kate started working with clay as teenagers taking class at the Indianapolis Art Center. The earned fine arts degrees at Ball State University before opening a studio in Florida in 2000. In 2006, they settled into a home and 200 square foot studio the mountains of North Carolina.
 

Ed & Kate Coleman Description

  • Where are you located
    Swannanoa, NC
  •  What cone do you fire to?  
    cone 5
  • What type of clay body do you use?
    PORCELAIN
  • What types of glazes do you use - if any?
    This is a boring answer:  matte cone 5-6 glazes, iron and black stains.  I'll email you again if I can think of something more interesting to say here :)
  • Is your work functional and safe to use with food / dishwasher / microwave...?  
    YES
  • What techniques do you use when constructing your work?
    All of the above 

Ed & Kate Coleman Statement

Some may call it an obsession – the way we feel about clay. We love working with clay, hanging out with people who work in clay, buying clay objects from other artists, talking to people about clay … Our work continually grows and changes, but it always is about the clay. We hope that the excitement we feel when making a piece is evident and transferred to the owners of our clayworks.

 

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