Floral Dish - Solomon
Floral hand-build dish by Ruth Easterbrook.
The decorations are mapped, carved, and inlaid with multiple cone six glazes for a complex unique surface.
- Non-Toxic, Lead Free glaze
- Approximate Dimensions: 4.25" wide x 5" long x 1" tall
* Please note, each piece is completely handmade and unique. Small imperfections are expected and appreciated <3
About the Artist:
(b. 1984) Ruth Easterbrook was born in California growing up in the tiny rural town of Redwood Valley. She was first introduced to clay in High School which led her to study ceramics at Syracuse University where she earned her BFA in 2007. After graduating Ruth spent many years learning through practice and hands-on experience as an apprentice at Hoyman-Browe Studios (CA) and assisting various artists including Whitney Smith Pottery (CA). In 2014 she began focusing on her career starting with a spring concentration at Penland School of Craft (NC) and then spending extended time at Anderson Ranch Arts Center (CO) as a student, summer intern, and returning as an Artist In Resident in 2016. In 2019 Ruth earned her MFA in ceramics at NYSCC Alfred University. Since 2019 she has continued her studio practice as an Artist in Residence. From 2019-2020 at Harvard Ceramics Program (MA) and 2020-current at The Clay Studio (PA). She has been awarded the honor of Emerging Artist for NCECA 2020, 2022 Ceramics Monthly Emerging Artist. Ruth’s work has been exhibited internationally as well as throughout the USA and is in the permanent collection of the Alfred Ceramics Arts Museum as well as other personal collections.