My bowls are rarely simply round. I play with height, architecture, drooping. For example the “Lip” bowl featured to the right is created by hanging a wheel-thrown bowl upside down and letting it drape naturally. This one was then fired in the salt chamber of a wood kiln, and was first presented in the 12th Tokyo-New York Friendship Ceramic Competition.
The bowls on this page are serving bowls, generally 10-12 inches in diameter. I do make smaller bowls, both in porcelain and stoneware in a traditional Asian shape that you can find on the Wish Bowls page, and in the New Work section.