The Daily Palette Vintage

The Daily Palette is pleased to introduce its new Project Coordinator, Jennifer Erixon.

During the month of February we will feature selected artists and works from the Palette's archive.

Urchins, grolleg porcelain, approx. 3.5" x 2.5", 2015

Emily Kiewel discovered pottery while she was an undergraduate student.  She then traveled to Japan where she received training from a third-generation production potter and learned many techniques, some of which are more than 2000 years old.  Her style is strongly influenced by the training she received.  Emily has been a full-time studio potter since 1997.  She creates functional pottery from high-fired stoneware and porcelain in her studio in Charles City, Iowa.

Emily writes, "I am motivated by the materials I use and my surroundings.  My materials and methods are primordial and basic.  I use elemental substances coupled with a spinning wheel and gravity which I influence with my will.  With earth, fire, and the patterns on a beetle or a tree trunk, I create an object that is made to enrich the daily rituals of life."

Emily Kiewel's website

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