Lot 2196
Andy Smith (NC), Lidded Raku Pottery Vessel
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
1985, Marshville, North Carolina, wheel thrown raku and/or sagger fired ceramic, lidded bulbous form with tapered round foot, impressed geometric patterned designs with crimson, gray, and ivory hue glazes, incised potter's signature and date to underside.

13 in.

From the Collection of Leslie Rippner, Charlotte, North Carolina

A full-time potter for close to 40 years, Andy Smith studied ceramics at Wingate College in North Carolina in 1976, and also studied at the Arrowmont School of Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Andy has developed a style of raku pottery which uses traditional forms with highly controlled design elements.
Andy is an exhibiting member of the Carolina Designer Craftsmen’s Guild, and shows his work in galleries from the Virgin Islands to Boston, Massachusetts. Similar lidded vessels by Andy Smith are included in the Smithsonian American Art Museum Collection.

Small chip to lid finial; some glaze crazing; otherwise good estate condition.