Our friend Jennifer Cheung makes these earthenware pieces in a studio here in Los Angeles. A long-time photographer and creative force, Jennifer was attracted to the tactile experience of throwing clay and the luminous quality of various glazes. Her work deliberately showcases both the exposed, raw texture of the stoneware and the glassy luminous smoothness of the glazed surfaces. All her pieces are one-of-a-kind – imperfections reflect the handmade origin of each piece. Microwave, dishwasher, and food safe. Bowl measures 2.5" in height and 4" in diameter.
Thrown by hand in Los Angeles, CA
White porcelain bowls with broad blue strokes. Beautiful contrast. Perfect for cereal or small snacks. Microwave, dishwasher, and food safe. Each one of a kind.
Each is dropped while the clay is still soft to create the distinctive wabi-sabi look! Hand glazed, hand crafted. One of a kind. Tallest measures 5"H. Shortest 3.5H". Widths vary from 1.5"W to...
Working in larger forms now, Jen Cheung turns her attention to exploring glaze - in this case, re-creating a wood grain effect on ceramic. As with all her work, this...
Stoneware bowls with earthy-sky glaze. Measure 6"W x 4"H. Microwave, dishwasher, and food safe. Each one of a kind. Thrown by hand in Los Angeles, CA