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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.



Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Chamsa Pot 2 WIP

This is an irregularly shaped slab pot intended to hold small chamsas.  My first Chamsa Pot sold unexpectedly this weekend (unexpectedly in that it was not for sale) and this is one of my planned replacements.















Monday, May 2, 2016

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Miniature Eye Cups

These are small eye cups to be used as shot glasses or espresso cups.







Friday, April 22, 2016

Pig in the Pot

This pig looks like a really unpleasant cartoon character.




Red Cat in the Pot

I was thinking this could be used as a soup bowl, but a friend who is a lifelong kitchenware enthusiast didn't think so.  It's a slab bowl with a big, primitive cat head sculpture on the inside.




Monday, April 18, 2016

Black Cat in the Pot

This is a slab pot with a primitive sculpture of a cat head inside.  It's meant to be used as a soup bowl.




Sunday, April 17, 2016

Giraffe Pendants

This was a fun commission.  Most of my giraffes end up as smiling giraffes: (Giraffe Column, Giraffe Pot, Giraffe-Hydra-Tree, Giraffe Lich, Giraffe Cup).  I made 14 and 12 survived, a few with missing legs.





















Friday, April 15, 2016

Kali-Eris Pot















Polyp

This is a recreation of the clitoris from this piece.  The piece was a commission and I was accused of slipping occult symbolism (the eight-pointed chaos star) into it, presumably for the purpose of magickal warfare or some such shit.

The title uses polyp in the Lovecraftian sense rather than in the medical sense.







Snail-Head Phallic Scupture