SARAH VANDERPOOL waits anxiously for her sessions at AOS Ceramic studio. She has been coming for two years now. While she has had fun discovering her skills, Sarah has made some very unique art pottery and sculptural pieces.

We look forward to showing off Sarah’s newest work and that of our other artists at the Visions Revealed 2018 Exhibit. Mark your calendar for June 15th, 4:00 – 7:00 for the opening reception at the Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center Gallery, Norwalk.

"Premier" sold

"Premier" sold

"Piney Wreath" available

"Piney Wreath" available

"Spanish Moss" available

"Spanish Moss" available

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"Blue Queen" available

"Blue Queen" available

BRENDA MACKEY is a very self-determined person. She has a passion for making hand built ceramics and finds it difficult to stop once she gets started. Her work is carefully formed, often enhanced with appliques of clay and incised detail; then, is meticulously glazed. Brenda has been making art with AOS since 2013.

"Brenda's Brindle" bowl - available

"Brenda's Brindle" bowl - available

"Candy Dish" sold

"Candy Dish" sold

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"About to Bloom" - available

"About to Bloom" - available

DENNY RANDLEMAN is such a great guy and we love having this quiet gentleman in our Ceramic Studio. He comes to AOS with a smile after a long day at his job; makes some great clay projects with his friends; then, leaves with a smile promising to return next week. Denny has been exploring techniques for functional ceramic pieces with an artful flare. Contact us if you wish to purchase his unique art for your home.

Dandelion Vase - available

Dandelion Vase - available

Lattice Plate - available

Lattice Plate - available

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Wing Vase - available

Wing Vase - available

TERRY WALKDEN has found art making to be a great pleasure and participates in both AOS Painting and Ceramic studios. He pays close attention to detail in all that he creates. Terry’s curiosity has led him to some unique experiments this year. In painting studio he made a composition of fabric applique by drawing with colored pencils, then hand-stitching to complete his design. In ceramic studio he carved a bas-relief plaque with a bird. Unfortunately, the large tile cracked in the firing, but with a supportive wooden mount the finished art is even more exceptional. Terry is a hard worker and often assists in AOS tile production.

Dark Dahlia bowl

Dark Dahlia bowl

Bear applique - SOLD

Bear applique - SOLD

Portland Lighthouse acrylic painting

Portland Lighthouse acrylic painting

Feathered Friend bas-relief - SOLD

Feathered Friend bas-relief - SOLD

Little Wheat Bowl

Little Wheat Bowl

Norwalk Public Library drawing

Norwalk Public Library drawing