Minnesota potter Samuel Johnson’s ceramic work is designed with the utmost focus on utility because he considers the functionality of pottery as an essential and unique form of engagement that is mostly absent in other art forms. Through his robust and powerful work, Samuel expresses complex ideas and feelings that are communicated when the user explores the surface and texture of his work.
Wood-fired Spouted bowl Katakuchi (Samuel Johnson)
There are bumps, cracks and irregularities in this piece
Stoneware with grogs fired with wood in Sister Dennis Kiln at Saint John’s University
vivid color of clay brought out by Tanegashima style low temperature firing.
Made in the U.S. by Samuel Johnson
1 in stock