About The Artist
Timothy Sullivan • Marietta, GA
Ceramics • WHOLESALE AVAILABLE
After graduating from CMU, and SAIC with degrees in painting, and ceramics, I was forced to leave the arts and pursue a corporate career. Since my return to clay in 1998, I have focused all of my energies on producing high quality one-of-a-kind porcelain pottery pieces. I employ a variety of glazing techniques including trailing, brushing, air brushing and spraying. The pieces are primarily wheel thrown and altered and all are fired in reduction to cone 10.
Q&A with the Artist
Tell us how your work is made.
Each piece is hand made by me using wheel, slab, and extruded components. When dry, each piece is hand sanded and fired in a bisque kiln and later in a cone 10 natural gas reduction kiln. Some pieces are additionally fired to low temperatures in an oxidation atmosphere for color development.