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Aberrant Ceramics is the clay art of Aaron Nosheny.
The content ranges from interpretations of geek culture icons, replicas of odd life forms real and imaginary, hand-built pottery with sculptural elements, and Judaica. 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.



Thursday, May 14, 2015

Cat People Pot WIP

This is a tall lidded slab pot decorated with three solemn cat people.


Eye Scraps

Leftovers and byproducts of various eye projects:






Friday, May 8, 2015

Cat People WIPs

I made some cat people (and one Cthulhu) in the same style as the American Gothic farmer.  Hopefully I'll be incorporating one of them into a mug or pot soon.


Thursday, May 7, 2015

American Gothic Cup WIP

This is my interpretation of the grim farmer from Grant Wood's American Gothic painting.




Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The Other Vagina Bowl

I had a commission to make a vagina dentata fruit bowl.  This was the first design.  The design was supplied by the artist commissioning the bowl.



















American Gothic Farmer Cup Practice WIP

I want to make a mug with an interpretation of the severe-looking farmer from Grant Wood's painting American Gothic and these are my practice objects for the image on the cup.  I like how the larger images look, but they don't give the farmer enough forehead.


This is the image I want to use for the cup:


American Gothic by Grant Wood.  Note the prodigious forehead on the man.


Sunday, May 3, 2015

Crying Eye Pot WIP

This is a tall (9 inch) slab pot with a progression of crying eyes.  I think I'm done with the crying eye pattern.


Saturday, May 2, 2015

More Tears WIP

This is Eye Cup #49, another eye cup with tears.  I'm not feeling especially sad, but I like how these are coming out.  I have at least one more planned.


Thursday, April 30, 2015

Eye Cups With Tears WIP

I'm finally finished glazing and back to making new things.  Eye Cup #47came out slightly irregular, but it's hard to tell unless viewed from above.


Eye Cup #48 has the same design but it's slightly closer to being circular.


Friday, April 24, 2015

Chamsa Pot

This is a slab pot intended to hold small chamsas at craft fairs.


















The chamsa pot filled with chamsas: