Timothy Leary's plan for the Empress card includes an amphibian crawling out of the water or an infant in belly-to-belly contact with its mother. The amphibian is Eryops megacephalus, an extinct animal from the early Permian period (about 295 millions years ago) with a large, crocodile-like body and a wide, frog-like head. These pieces include Eryops, a crawling infant, and some combinations of the two. I'm currently planning on using the last one.
Aberrant Ceramics is the clay art of Aaron Nosheny.
I make hand-built pottery, primitive ceramic sculpture, ornaments, and menorahs. It is my great joy to produce these clay monstrosities. I also love to send them out into the world.
Commissions are always welcome and I'm happy to discuss options to fit any budget.
I sell my work in the gallery at Tucson Clay Co-op.
I also sell through my Etsy shop. The items below are currently for sale. If you're interested in a different item, it's probably for sale as well.
Contact me with any questions or to propose a commission.
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Monday, August 15, 2016
I received a set of Emeril flexible cutting boards as a birthday gift. They each have a symbol representing what kind of food you're supposed to use it for (beef, chicken, fish, vegetable). I only have use for one of them, but the symbols are fun. Here they are in clay form.