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Aberrant Ceramics is the clay art of Aaron Nosheny.

I make hand-built pottery, primitive ceramic sculpture, ornaments, and menorahs.

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


Sunday, January 31, 2016

Chamsa WIPs

Series of chamsas with spiral design












Eye Magnets


Saturday, January 30, 2016

Eye Pot With Chaos Stars WIP

Finished Chaos Star Eye Pot

Not only do the eight radiating arrows form chaos stars, but where the arrows meet it forms the Hand of Eris.








Another example of the Hand of Eris: 



Thursday, January 28, 2016

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Purple Trilobite from 2004


Sunday, January 24, 2016

Explicit and Implied Chaos Star WIPs





Flags of the World Cannabis Leaves Part 2

This is my second group of ceramic Cannabis leaves painted with the colors and designs of various world flags.  These ones are Argentina, Jamaica, Mauritius, Japan, Thailand, and Brazil.


Fear Sculpture from 2009

This is an old sculpture from 2009.  Here is the original post.


Thursday, January 21, 2016

Flags of the World Cannabis Leaves Part 1

These are part of a series of ceramic Cannabis leaves painted with the colors of the flags of various nations.  These ones are Nigeria, Estonia, Mexico, Netherlands, Mali, and Yemen.  I didn't attempt the coat of arms on the Mexican flag.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Cannabis Cup With Small Leaves WIP






Cthulhu Figures from 2006

I posted tiny images of these figures in this blog post from 2006.  The photography is crappy and I seem to have had a very different sense of humor than I do now.  This is an update with better images and no visible body parts.





Friday, January 15, 2016

Babadook Sculpture WIP

My interpretation of the Babadook from the pop-up book in the film.



Thursday, January 14, 2016

Candle Holder With Demon Face

This is a ceramic candle holder with a face taken from Richard Huber's Treasury of Fantastic and Mythological Creatures.  It's labeled as "Demon's face, from an embroidered apron, Sikkim, early 20th century."



The source object: