Studio #104

1066 8th St

Boulder, CO 80302

edgar@colorado.edu


I work in high-fired stoneware and porcelain, and make mostly functional pieces, both reduction and salt fired. My pots are decorated with slips, underglazes, wax resist, carving, and inlay - a variety of techniques which let me create linear and pictorial designs on functional surfaces. Perhaps my background as a research biologist explains why I use a lot of birds and animals in my decoration. Another current source of inspiration is primitive art and cave paintings.

I also work in paper, making prints and handprinted embossed cards, again using mainly inspirations from nature.

Lois Edgar

 

Ceramics, Print Making

West of the Hill, just off College Avenue, near Columbia Cemetary

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