California native Victoria Morris has been making pottery of various sorts for half of her life. Inspired by midcentury Scandinavian forms as well as traditional Japanese aesthetics and craftsmanship, Victoria emphasizes simplicity of form as well as the beauty found in the subtle, random imperfections inherent to traditional pottery. Working from her studio in Echo Park, CA, she throws each piece by hand, creating a variety of functional objects and art pieces that are uniquely her own.
Wonderful entirely hand-painted antique French faience bowl with
an adorable cherub in a central crowned cartouche surrounded by mythical creatures, fanciful scrollwork and lovely acanthus leaves. Lots of crazing lend even more authenticity to this 140 year old piece of ...