Aberrant Ceramics is the ceramic artwork of Aaron Nosheny.

I work in the medium of stoneware clay and make hand-built pottery, primitive sculpture, hamsas, and a variety of other forms. My work celebrates and pushes the plasticity of the medium. The content of the work follows an inner landscape of biological obsessions, psychic damage, and bouncy cartoon animals.

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Friday, January 21, 2011

The Friendly, Nurturing, Female Presence of Chairy

Chairy was a furniture-character on Paul Reubens' Saturday morning TV show from the eighties, Pee-Wee's Playhouse. On the show, Chairy was a friendly, nurturing, female presence amidst the various screaming chaos nightmare creatures in the Playhouse household. Her antithesis was a dog-shaped chair named Dog Chair.

My interpretation of Chairy came out a little scarier than I was expecting. If I were Pee-Wee Herman, I don't think I would trust this Chairy to cradle my buttocks.

The real Chairy. Now there's a piece of sentient furniture you can trust your ass with.

This crude object is the Chairy Color Test Owl.