Pot for the Nameless Ones - Darkness Falls Collection

Pot for the Nameless Ones - Darkness Falls Collection

Stoneware 10" x 8" Cone 10 Reduction 

"My mothers’ way of showing how much she loved us was to disinherit everyone except my little brother, and blame us for our (two different) father’s behavior. This pot is for us." 

Darkness Falls Collection

"I had been doing ceramics quite seriously for about 18 months when my mother died. This series was started the day she died, and I’m sure she will inspire me for many years to come. Tim McMullen at Silica Studios did a fantastic job getting the intense copper reds on the insides."

Bianca Juarez 

X-Pot - Darkness Falls Collection

X-Pot - Darkness Falls Collection

Stoneware 11" x 9" Cone 10 Reduction 

Darkness Falls Collection

"I had been doing ceramics quite seriously for about 18 months when my mother died. This series was started the day she died, and I’m sure she will inspire me for many years to come. Tim McMullen at Silica Studios did a fantastic job getting the intense copper reds on the insides."

Bianca Juarez 

Pot of Tears - Darkness Falls Collection

Pot of Tears - Darkness Falls Collection

Stoneware 10.5" x 8.5" Cone 10 Reduction

"I went to the studio the day I heard the news that my mother had suddenly died. There was nothing else to do. I feel that most of my pots convey some sort of emotion, but making these really made me realize just how visceral a vessel can be. There are 5 big tears, one for each of my siblings, and 5 small ones representing the grandchildren. I had to keep counting to make sure I wasn’t forgetting any grandchildren, and sure enough, when I was almost finished, I realized there was one I’d forgotten, but I’m afraid in this case design won out over veracity. It’s actually glazed with the turquoise on the outside and the way the clay reacts with the glaze gives it that aged patina."

 

Darkness Falls Collection

"I had been doing ceramics quite seriously for about 18 months when my mother died. This series was started the day she died, and I’m sure she will inspire me for many years to come. Tim McMullen at Silica Studios did a fantastic job getting the intense copper reds on the insides."

Bianca Juarez 

Secrets Will Out - Darkness Falls Collection

Secrets Will Out - Darkness Falls Collection

Stoneware 10" x 12" Cone 10 Reduction 

 

Darkness Falls Collection

"I had been doing ceramics quite seriously for about 18 months when my mother died. This series was started the day she died, and I’m sure she will inspire me for many years to come. Tim McMullen at Silica Studios did a fantastic job getting the intense copper reds on the insides."

Bianca Juarez 

Treacherous Reefs (Of Need) -Darkness Falls Collection

Treacherous Reefs (Of Need) -Darkness Falls Collection

Stoneware 13" x 12" Cone 10 Reduction 

"This pot is textured with coral from the Bahamas (where we’d spent many years and where my mother died). I made it after we got back from her funeral. I’ll probably leave these ones for the viewer to interpret…"

 

Darkness Falls Collection

"I had been doing ceramics quite seriously for about 18 months when my mother died. This series was started the day she died, and I’m sure she will inspire me for many years to come. Tim McMullen at Silica Studios did a fantastic job getting the intense copper reds on the insides."

Bianca Juarez 

Metropolis Chalice- Metropolis Collection

Metropolis Chalice- Metropolis Collection

Stoneware 7.5” x 7.5” Cone 10 Reduction 

The Albany inside glaze on this chalice is a beautiful deep blue pool  color and the outside embellishments, ring and stem are glazed a  black. 

Metropolis Collection

"This collection came about because I had finally learnt to make all the pieces at the beginning of starting a new pot. However, I ended up with a lot of smaller ears that were textured and smoothed, and begging not to be thrown in the recycling bin! I think the bottle was the first one (there are a lot of ears on it!) I had Africa on my mind when I started (after a sleepless night spent watching pottery videos on U-Tube) but it the collection ended up having a sort of Fritz Lang Metropolis-y Medieval feel."  Bianca Juarez 

Studded Chalice - Holy Grails!

Studded Chalice - Holy Grails!

Stoneware 6" x 7.5" Cone 10 reduction 

Holy Grails!

"I’ve been fascinated with the idea of the Holy Grail since I was a child. We lived in Ireland, and there was an island in the middle of the river by our house where the Holy Grail was reputedly buried. Across from the island there was a small hill that was completely flat on top, with a curious indent smack in the middle. People said it was an old Druid Ceremonial site. I knew for sure that the Holy Grail was not buried on the Island, but was instead interred safely in the Druid hill, watched over by 2 protective swans who made their nest nearby. The chalice form has so many connotations, stretching back millennia. It evokes ceremony and sacrifice, offerings and oblivion, myth and mystery, sacred searches and the realization that what you’re looking for has always been right under your nose."

Bianca Juarez 

Big Ears Holes- Big Ears Collection

Big Ears Holes- Big Ears Collection

Stoneware 7.5" x 11.25" Cone 10 Reduction 

Big Ears Collection

"This collection came about as the result of one accident after another. Shrimp cocktail was the first one. I had made a tall plaster mold but didn’t know to cover it in plastic or paper before using it. The clay started drying around the mold and I couldn’t get it off, so I ended up cutting it in large strips that I thought I’d layer over one another. That didn't work either, so I pinched the edges together and then decided to add the larger ‘ears’. I love the way they are vessels, and the things they could contain are growing out of them, and are a part of them, like flowers and a vase all in one. I haven't tried putting flowers in one, it might be a little much, even for me."

Bianca Juarez 

Big Ears Lobe- Big Ears Collection

Big Ears Lobe- Big Ears Collection

Stoneware 8" x 9" Cone 10 Reduction 

 

Big Ears Collection

"This collection came about as the result of one accident after another. Shrimp cocktail was the first one. I had made a tall plaster mold but didn’t know to cover it in plastic or paper before using it. The clay started drying around the mold and I couldn’t get it off, so I ended up cutting it in large strips that I thought I’d layer over one another. That didn't work either, so I pinched the edges together and then decided to add the larger ‘ears’. I love the way they are vessels, and the things they could contain are growing out of them, and are a part of them, like flowers and a vase all in one. I haven't tried putting flowers in one, it might be a little much, even for me."

Bianca Juarez 

SOLD-Friar Tuck- Metropolis Collection

SOLD-Friar Tuck- Metropolis Collection

Stoneware 7.75” x 7.75” Cone 10 Reduction

 

Metropolis Collection

"This collection came about because I had finally learnt to make all the pieces at the beginning of starting a new pot. However, I ended up with a lot of smaller ears that were textured and smoothed, and begging not to be thrown in the recycling bin! I think the bottle was the first one (there are a lot of ears on it!) I had Africa on my mind when I started (after a sleepless night spent watching pottery videos on U-Tube) but it the collection ended up having a sort of Fritz Lang Metropolis-y Medieval feel."  Bianca Juarez 

 

SOLD-Swaziland Bottle - Metropolis Collection

SOLD-Swaziland Bottle - Metropolis Collection

Stoneware 8.75" x7.5" Cone 10 Reduction. 

Metropolis Collection

"This collection came about because I had finally learnt to make all the pieces at the beginning of starting a new pot. However, I ended up with a lot of smaller ears that were textured and smoothed, and begging not to be thrown in the recycling bin! I think the bottle was the first one (there are a lot of ears on it!) I had Africa on my mind when I started (after a sleepless night spent watching pottery videos on U-Tube) but it the collection ended up having a sort of Fritz Lang Metropolis-y Medieval feel."  Bianca Juarez 

 

SOLD-Chunky Spikes Chalice - Holy Grails!

SOLD-Chunky Spikes Chalice - Holy Grails!

Stoneware 7" x 8" Cone 10 Reduction

Holy Grails!

"I’ve been fascinated with the idea of the Holy Grail since I was a child. We lived in Ireland, and there was an island in the middle of the river by our house where the Holy Grail was reputedly buried. Across from the island there was a small hill that was completely flat on top, with a curious indent smack in the middle. People said it was an old Druid Ceremonial site. I knew for sure that the Holy Grail was not buried on the Island, but was instead interred safely in the Druid hill, watched over by 2 protective swans who made their nest nearby. The chalice form has so many connotations, stretching back millennia. It evokes ceremony and sacrifice, offerings and oblivion, myth and mystery, sacred searches and the realization that what you’re looking for has always been right under your nose."

Bianca Juarez 

SOLD-Fertility Chalice - Holy Grails!

SOLD-Fertility Chalice - Holy Grails!

Stoneware 6" x 8" Cone 10 Reduction 

Holy Grails!

"I’ve been fascinated with the idea of the Holy Grail since I was a child. We lived in Ireland, and there was an island in the middle of the river by our house where the Holy Grail was reputedly buried. Across from the island there was a small hill that was completely flat on top, with a curious indent smack in the middle. People said it was an old Druid Ceremonial site. I knew for sure that the Holy Grail was not buried on the Island, but was instead interred safely in the Druid hill, watched over by 2 protective swans who made their nest nearby. The chalice form has so many connotations, stretching back millennia. It evokes ceremony and sacrifice, offerings and oblivion, myth and mystery, sacred searches and the realization that what you’re looking for has always been right under your nose."

Bianca Juarez 

SOLD-Poodle Chalice - Holy Grails!

SOLD-Poodle Chalice - Holy Grails!

Stoneware 7" x 8" Cone 10 Reduction 

Holy Grails!

"I’ve been fascinated with the idea of the Holy Grail since I was a child. We lived in Ireland, and there was an island in the middle of the river by our house where the Holy Grail was reputedly buried. Across from the island there was a small hill that was completely flat on top, with a curious indent smack in the middle. People said it was an old Druid Ceremonial site. I knew for sure that the Holy Grail was not buried on the Island, but was instead interred safely in the Druid hill, watched over by 2 protective swans who made their nest nearby. The chalice form has so many connotations, stretching back millennia. It evokes ceremony and sacrifice, offerings and oblivion, myth and mystery, sacred searches and the realization that what you’re looking for has always been right under your nose."

Bianca Juarez 

SOLD-Short Chalice

SOLD-Short Chalice

Stoneware 4.5" x 8" Cone 10 Reduction 

Holy Grails!

"I’ve been fascinated with the idea of the Holy Grail since I was a child. We lived in Ireland, and there was an island in the middle of the river by our house where the Holy Grail was reputedly buried. Across from the island there was a small hill that was completely flat on top, with a curious indent smack in the middle. People said it was an old Druid Ceremonial site. I knew for sure that the Holy Grail was not buried on the Island, but was instead interred safely in the Druid hill, watched over by 2 protective swans who made their nest nearby. The chalice form has so many connotations, stretching back millennia. It evokes ceremony and sacrifice, offerings and oblivion, myth and mystery, sacred searches and the realization that what you’re looking for has always been right under your nose."

Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Seedpod Chalice - Holy Grails!

Sold-Seedpod Chalice - Holy Grails!

Stoneware 9.5" x 8.5" Cone 10 Reduction 

Holy Grails!

"I’ve been fascinated with the idea of the Holy Grail since I was a child. We lived in Ireland, and there was an island in the middle of the river by our house where the Holy Grail was reputedly buried. Across from the island there was a small hill that was completely flat on top, with a curious indent smack in the middle. People said it was an old Druid Ceremonial site. I knew for sure that the Holy Grail was not buried on the Island, but was instead interred safely in the Druid hill, watched over by 2 protective swans who made their nest nearby. The chalice form has so many connotations, stretching back millennia. It evokes ceremony and sacrifice, offerings and oblivion, myth and mystery, sacred searches and the realization that what you’re looking for has always been right under your nose." 

Bianca Juarez

Sold-Turquoise Cholla -Metamorphosis Series

Sold-Turquoise Cholla -Metamorphosis Series

Stoneware 6" x 7.5" Cone 10 Reduction 

Metamorphosis Series

“The only thing constant is change”- Heraclitus. Working with clay is about as much change as you can cram into one art form - transforming dirt into something useful or beautiful, or both. The way the clay changes and you have to respond to what it’s doing. Starting off with one thing and ending up with something entirely different. Making something out of nothing. The way emotions can be channeled into the clay and transformed into a solid object. I usually start with an idea of what I want to do, but it often takes me in a completely different direction. I’ve found I have to be careful about what I’m listening to when I’m working. I’ve made a couple of pots that came out of the blue and should probably go right back where they came from. I think I was listening to S-town when I made them!" Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Turquoise Artichoke -Metamorphosis Series

Sold-Turquoise Artichoke -Metamorphosis Series

Stoneware 8.5" x 8.5"  Cone 10 Reduction 

Metamorphosis Series

“The only thing constant is change”- Heraclitus. Working with clay is about as much change as you can cram into one art form - transforming dirt into something useful or beautiful, or both. The way the clay changes and you have to respond to what it’s doing. Starting off with one thing and ending up with something entirely different. Making something out of nothing. The way emotions can be channeled into the clay and transformed into a solid object. I usually start with an idea of what I want to do, but it often takes me in a completely different direction. I’ve found I have to be careful about what I’m listening to when I’m working. I’ve made a couple of pots that came out of the blue and should probably go right back where they came from. I think I was listening to S-town when I made them!" Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Black Artichoke-Metamorphosis Series

Sold-Black Artichoke-Metamorphosis Series

Stoneware 10.5" x10" Cone 10 Reduction

Metamorphosis Series

“The only thing constant is change”- Heraclitus. Working with clay is about as much change as you can cram into one art form - transforming dirt into something useful or beautiful, or both. The way the clay changes and you have to respond to what it’s doing. Starting off with one thing and ending up with something entirely different. Making something out of nothing. The way emotions can be channeled into the clay and transformed into a solid object. I usually start with an idea of what I want to do, but it often takes me in a completely different direction. I’ve found I have to be careful about what I’m listening to when I’m working. I’ve made a couple of pots that came out of the blue and should probably go right back where they came from. I think I was listening to S-town when I made them!"     Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Spot Vase-Metamorphosis Series

Sold-Spot Vase-Metamorphosis Series

Stoneware 9" x 8.5" 

Metamorphosis Series

“The only thing constant is change”- Heraclitus. Working with clay is about as much change as you can cram into one art form - transforming dirt into something useful or beautiful, or both. The way the clay changes and you have to respond to what it’s doing. Starting off with one thing and ending up with something entirely different. Making something out of nothing. The way emotions can be channeled into the clay and transformed into a solid object. I usually start with an idea of what I want to do, but it often takes me in a completely different direction. I’ve found I have to be careful about what I’m listening to when I’m working. I’ve made a couple of pots that came out of the blue and should probably go right back where they came from. I think I was listening to S-town when I made them!" Bianca Juarez 

Waterfall Pot - Metamorphosis Series

Waterfall Pot - Metamorphosis Series

Stoneware 16" x 11" Cone 10 Reduction

Metamorphosis Series

“The only thing constant is change”- Heraclitus. Working with clay is about as much change as you can cram into one art form - transforming dirt into something useful or beautiful, or both. The way the clay changes and you have to respond to what it’s doing. Starting off with one thing and ending up with something entirely different. Making something out of nothing. The way emotions can be channeled into the clay and transformed into a solid object. I usually start with an idea of what I want to do, but it often takes me in a completely different direction. I’ve found I have to be careful about what I’m listening to when I’m working. I’ve made a couple of pots that came out of the blue and should probably go right back where they came from. I think I was listening to S-town when I made them!"  Bianca Juarez 

 

Sold-Olaf Bowl-Metamorphosis Series

Sold-Olaf Bowl-Metamorphosis Series

Stoneware 6.25" x 12" Cone 10 Reduction

Rim and horns unglazed the body is glazed in albany black. 

Metamorphosis Series

“The only thing constant is change”- Heraclitus. Working with clay is about as much change as you can cram into one art form - transforming dirt into something useful or beautiful, or both. The way the clay changes and you have to respond to what it’s doing. Starting off with one thing and ending up with something entirely different. Making something out of nothing. The way emotions can be channeled into the clay and transformed into a solid object. I usually start with an idea of what I want to do, but it often takes me in a completely different direction. I’ve found I have to be careful about what I’m listening to when I’m working. I’ve made a couple of pots that came out of the blue and should probably go right back where they came from. I think I was listening to S-town when I made them!" Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Alien Cholla - Metamorphosis Series

Sold-Alien Cholla - Metamorphosis Series

Stoneware 8" x 6.5" Cone 10 reduction

 

Metamorphosis Series

“The only thing constant is change”- Heraclitus. Working with clay is about as much change as you can cram into one art form - transforming dirt into something useful or beautiful, or both. The way the clay changes and you have to respond to what it’s doing. Starting off with one thing and ending up with something entirely different. Making something out of nothing. The way emotions can be channeled into the clay and transformed into a solid object. I usually start with an idea of what I want to do, but it often takes me in a completely different direction. I’ve found I have to be careful about what I’m listening to when I’m working. I’ve made a couple of pots that came out of the blue and should probably go right back where they came from. I think I was listening to S-town when I made them!"  Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Swiss Miss- Metamorphosis Series

Sold-Swiss Miss- Metamorphosis Series

Stoneware 10.5" x 5" Cone 10 Reduction

Metamorphosis Series

“The only thing constant is change”- Heraclitus. Working with clay is about as much change as you can cram into one art form - transforming dirt into something useful or beautiful, or both. The way the clay changes and you have to respond to what it’s doing. Starting off with one thing and ending up with something entirely different. Making something out of nothing. The way emotions can be channeled into the clay and transformed into a solid object. I usually start with an idea of what I want to do, but it often takes me in a completely different direction. I’ve found I have to be careful about what I’m listening to when I’m working. I’ve made a couple of pots that came out of the blue and should probably go right back where they came from. I think I was listening to S-town when I made them!" Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Studded Pot - Mottled Jade Collection

Sold-Studded Pot - Mottled Jade Collection

Stoneware 5.5" x 6"  Cone 6 Oxidation

 

Mottled Jade Collection

"I made these my first semester at Mira Costa College. I learnt a lot of useful things that semester as the kilns kept on behaving erratically. The mottled jade glaze over matte black has a really interesting organic texture if it’s thick enough. They remind me of something you might dig up in a Roman ruin somewhere."   Bianca Juarez  

Sold-Square Spiked Chalice- Mottled Jade Collection- Holy Grails.

Sold-Square Spiked Chalice- Mottled Jade Collection- Holy Grails.

Stoneware 6.5" x 8" Cone 6 Oxidation 

Mottled Jade Collection

"I made these my first semester at Mira Costa College. I learnt a lot of useful things that semester as the kilns kept on behaving erratically. The mottled jade glaze over matte black has a really interesting organic texture if it’s thick enough. They remind me of something you might dig up in a Roman ruin somewhere."

Holy Grails!

"I’ve been fascinated with the idea of the Holy Grail since I was a child. We lived in Ireland, and there was an island in the middle of the river by our house where the Holy Grail was reputedly buried. Across from the island there was a small hill that was completely flat on top, with a curious indent smack in the middle. People said it was an old Druid Ceremonial site. I knew for sure that the Holy Grail was not buried on the Island, but was instead interred safely in the Druid hill, watched over by 2 protective swans who made their nest nearby. The chalice form has so many connotations, stretching back millennia. It evokes ceremony and sacrifice, offerings and oblivion, myth and mystery, sacred searches and the realization that what you’re looking for has always been right under your nose."

Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Spiky Egg - Mottled Jade Collection

Sold-Spiky Egg - Mottled Jade Collection

Stoneware 6" x 8 " Cone 6 Oxidation

 

Mottled Jade Collection

"I made these my first semester at Mira Costa College. I learnt a lot of useful things that semester as the kilns kept on behaving erratically. The mottled jade glaze over matte black has a really interesting organic texture if it’s thick enough. They remind me of something you might dig up in a Roman ruin somewhere."  

Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Big Ears Jade - Mottled Jade Collection- Big Ears Collection

Sold-Big Ears Jade - Mottled Jade Collection- Big Ears Collection

Stoneware 5" x 6.5" Cone 6 Oxidation

 

Mottled Jade Collection

"I made these my first semester at Mira Costa College. I learnt a lot of useful things that semester as the kilns kept on behaving erratically. The mottled jade glaze over matte black has a really interesting organic texture if it’s thick enough. They remind me of something you might dig up in a Roman ruin somewhere."

Big Ears Collection

"This collection came about as the result of one accident after another. Shrimp cocktail was the first one. I had made a tall plaster mold but didn’t know to cover it in plastic or paper before using it. The clay started drying around the mold and I couldn’t get it off, so I ended up cutting it in large strips that I thought I’d layer over one another. That didn't work either, so I pinched the edges together and then decided to add the larger ‘ears’. I love the way they are vessels, and the things they could contain are growing out of them, and are a part of them, like flowers and a vase all in one. I haven't tried putting flowers in one, it might be a little much, even for me."

Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Big Ears and More - Mottled Jade Collection - Big Ears Collection

Sold-Big Ears and More - Mottled Jade Collection - Big Ears Collection

Stoneware 6" x 8" Cone 6 Oxidation 

Mottled Jade Collection

"I made these my first semester at Mira Costa College. I learnt a lot of useful things that semester as the kilns kept on behaving erratically. The mottled jade glaze over matte black has a really interesting organic texture if it’s thick enough. They remind me of something you might dig up in a Roman ruin somewhere."  

Big Ears Collection

"This collection came about as the result of one accident after another. Shrimp cocktail was the first one. I had made a tall plaster mold but didn’t know to cover it in plastic or paper before using it. The clay started drying around the mold and I couldn’t get it off, so I ended up cutting it in large strips that I thought I’d layer over one another. That didn't work either, so I pinched the edges together and then decided to add the larger ‘ears’. I love the way they are vessels, and the things they could contain are growing out of them, and are a part of them, like flowers and a vase all in one. I haven't tried putting flowers in one, it might be a little much, even for me."

Bianca Juarez 

 

Sold-Big Ears Woo Blue - Big Ears Collection

Sold-Big Ears Woo Blue - Big Ears Collection

Stoneware 8.5" x 8.5" Cone 10 Reduction 

 

Big Ears Collection

"This collection came about as the result of one accident after another. Shrimp cocktail was the first one. I had made a tall plaster mold but didn’t know to cover it in plastic or paper before using it. The clay started drying around the mold and I couldn’t get it off, so I ended up cutting it in large strips that I thought I’d layer over one another. That didn't work either, so I pinched the edges together and then decided to add the larger ‘ears’. I love the way they are vessels, and the things they could contain are growing out of them, and are a part of them, like flowers and a vase all in one. I haven't tried putting flowers in one, it might be a little much, even for me."

Bianca Juarez 

 

Sold-Big Ears Marshmallow- Big Ears Collection

Sold-Big Ears Marshmallow- Big Ears Collection

Stoneware 4.5" x 5.5" cone 10 Reduction 

Big Ears Collection

"This collection came about as the result of one accident after another. Shrimp cocktail was the first one. I had made a tall plaster mold but didn’t know to cover it in plastic or paper before using it. The clay started drying around the mold and I couldn’t get it off, so I ended up cutting it in large strips that I thought I’d layer over one another. That didn't work either, so I pinched the edges together and then decided to add the larger ‘ears’. I love the way they are vessels, and the things they could contain are growing out of them, and are a part of them, like flowers and a vase all in one. I haven't tried putting flowers in one, it might be a little much, even for me."

Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Big Ears Baby- Big Ears Collection

Sold-Big Ears Baby- Big Ears Collection

Stoneware 4.5" x 5.5" Cone 10 Reduction  

Big Ears Collection

"This collection came about as the result of one accident after another. Shrimp cocktail was the first one. I had made a tall plaster mold but didn’t know to cover it in plastic or paper before using it. The clay started drying around the mold and I couldn’t get it off, so I ended up cutting it in large strips that I thought I’d layer over one another. That didn't work either, so I pinched the edges together and then decided to add the larger ‘ears’. I love the way they are vessels, and the things they could contain are growing out of them, and are a part of them, like flowers and a vase all in one. I haven't tried putting flowers in one, it might be a little much, even for me."

Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Big Ears Natural - Big Ears Collection

Sold-Big Ears Natural - Big Ears Collection

Stoneware 8" x 9" Cone 10 Reduction 

 

Big Ears Collection

"This collection came about as the result of one accident after another. Shrimp cocktail was the first one. I had made a tall plaster mold but didn’t know to cover it in plastic or paper before using it. The clay started drying around the mold and I couldn’t get it off, so I ended up cutting it in large strips that I thought I’d layer over one another. That didn't work either, so I pinched the edges together and then decided to add the larger ‘ears’. I love the way they are vessels, and the things they could contain are growing out of them, and are a part of them, like flowers and a vase all in one. I haven't tried putting flowers in one, it might be a little much, even for me."

Bianca Juarez 

Sold-Eternity Pot - Darkness Falls Collection

Sold-Eternity Pot - Darkness Falls Collection

Stoneware 7" x 6.5" Cone 10 Reduction 

Darkness Falls Collection

"I had been doing ceramics quite seriously for about 18 months when my mother died. This series was started the day she died, and I’m sure she will inspire me for many years to come. Tim McMullen at Silica Studios did a fantastic job getting the intense copper reds on the insides."

Bianca Juarez