At the guild gallery in Portland recently, I discovered a few local artists whose work I really liked. Annie Dyer is one such artist, creating glossy, organic pottery pieces that resemble polished burl wood. I'm always impressed when one art form can mimic another, and this is a good example of that.
Not all pieces look like wood, but they all incorporate a non-glossy, organic texture. I'm not sure how she creates this effect, but I love it!
Annie has an especially appealing sake and sushi set that I really want. Check out her website and shop for her lovely ceramics around Oregon.
While taking a break from his studies, nature photographer Tyler Hulett mixed $40 worth of art paint with oil and captured the results with his camera. T...