Bowie Croisant Ceramic Artist Weblog

October 27, 2008

A Much Awaited Update – Finally Some New Work!!!

Filed under: Uncategorized — bowie croisant @ 7:21 pm

Wow it’s been a while since I updated this site, I will do my best to be more timely in the future.

Fortunately, I have some great new stuff to show you now, and an update on me!

First off, news:

Shannon and I are having a baby…  SOON!  only two months away now, holy crap we’re excited!

I have been enjoying my time as a Resident Artist at Red Star Studios.  Doing lots of slipcasting, creating some very interesting vessel forms.

I have begun teaching an after school elementary ceramics class at Mattie Rhodes Art Center.  Very fun, kids from kindergarten up to 7th grade.  I will post some student work soon.  A lot of it is quite good.

Now I will treat you to some tantalizing new images of top quality slipcast ceramic art!

Stacked Container

Abraised Form with Red Iron Oxide Decoration

Porcelaine Composite Vase with Wood Ash/Feldspar and Residual Soda

Altered Vase

More to come soon.

Please, Please, Please leave comments…   Any criticism/commentary you provide helps me to improve my work.

Thank you for your interest.


  1. Wow Bowie!!! I like the new work. Very architectural! I need to take a lesson as to how you are getting the great edges.. Keep pushing forward and I’ll scurry behind trying to catch up. Big Hug to Shannon! Liz

    Comment by Liz James — November 9, 2008 @ 7:51 pm

  2. I love this stuff. Great!

    Comment by Cheri Hayen — November 19, 2008 @ 3:30 pm

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