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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.
Contact me with any questions, sales inquiries, or to propose a commission.


Saturday, May 27, 2017

Student Heads WIP

I used to be an elementary school teacher.  These are portraits of a few special students, mostly ones with whom I had an adversarial relationship.  These are to completely dismiss the whole horrible experience.  It's an exorcism.  They're going to be incorporated into the Strength Tarot card.



























The cartoon lion was obviously not in my class, but I wanted to keep some of the original symbolism intact.



Thursday, May 25, 2017

Periodic Table WIP


Kerubic Beasts

These are flat versions of the Kerubic beasts for the Chariot Tarot card.  Some occult nonsense about four elemental beings which comprise the sphinx.  Just to really fuck with your head, the Kerubic beast for air is a "man" or "angel" and the Kerubic beast for the water is an eagle.  I also did sculptural versions of these with boobs, but they won't be done for a long time.




Logs and Log™ for Chariot Tarot Card







It's better than bad.  It's good.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Chariot Wheels







Fire Maker for Chariot Tarot Card












Undead Mice Heads



Pythagorean Solids for the Chariot Tarot Card

AKA RPG dice, minus the d10.


Monday, May 22, 2017

Fish Pot With Tongue-Stealing Parasite WIP

There is a marine crustacean which parasitizes fish by cutting off blood supply to the fish's tongue until it falls off and then takes the place of the tongue. This is so unique and fascinating and disgusting that I had to incorporate it into pottery.  I was thinking the mouth could be used as an ashtray.