A five part thrown, altered, and incised composition, consisting of serving platters in descending sizes. To approximately 13” wide. $380
A 9 part centerpiece, nestled closely and dimishing in size. Includes 8 bowls and platter. Inspired by topographical maps. To 14″ wide. $420.
6 thrown and altered bowl forms which when placed together create a closely echoing undulating pattern. To 12″ wide. $380.
A centerpiece composed of 5 deep dish charger plates each cut to resemble a phase of the moon and displayed off center. Fantastic for serving appetizers or a buffet. To 13” wide. $370
An 11 piece set of hand thrown bowls with platter nestled tightly together and descending through a range of sizes and colors. Complete functional art in Blue Fade. The Cabbage Rose is approximately 18″ wide. 11 piece set. $824
A five piece bowl set great for every use. To 12” wide. $276
A 6 piece centerpiece where closely nestled hand thrown bowls undulate together to create a sense of looking at the tops of waves at eye level. Useful and beautiful! To 11” wide. $380
A six part centerpiece of unusual thrown bowls, which nestled together are reminiscent of this flower form. Separately, they create a serving set for any table. To approximately 11” wide. $ 390
An evolving inquiry into a fluid world of functional and decorative handmade ceramics. Lightweight, rich in color and warmth, with stylishly expressive modern design.
California ceramic artist Marge Margulies has been working as a studio potter for more than 30 years. Over this time, the styles she has created have evolved while maintaining a fluid relationship to influences that were formed early. A deep appreciation for the colors and classic forms of the mid-century aesthetic has led to inventive updates and stylish re-interpretations that form a very recognizable personal imprint. Expressive and sculptural vessels, functional and decorative centerpieces, and a glorious celebration of the dinner table , best describes this colorful, ever evolving, and joyous body of ceramic work. Each piece is thrown on the wheel, then a series of hand processes are used to alter the shapes. Colored glazes are applied in various ways, to achieve lively, unusual and satisfying color groupings, and deliciously soft surfaces. The intention is to make pieces that are evenly thrown, and feel lightweight and balanced. Until moving…Continue Reading