When Laura Peery discovered clay it was the medium's ability to mimic fabric that pulled her in. Her porcelain sculptural teapots are composed and assembled as if stitched from a dressmaker's pattern. Layered color gives the surfaces a soft, vintage patina. Peery alters each piece until it is, to her eye, exactly the right shape, color, and size and one of a kind.
Laura Peery received an MFA from George Washington University. She has shown her work across the USA as well as in Taiwan and Canada. The Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, The Fuller Museum of Craft, Brockton, MA and The Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, NC all have her work in their collections. She is a new member of the Southern Highland Craft Guild.
See Peery's work at Asheville, NC's Grove Park Inn and River Art District's Odyssey Clayworks. You can also purchase work from The Artful Home
The work on this site is available for purchase unless otherwise noted. The listed price includes shipping within the US.