NMPCA
Clay Studio Tour

Judith Richey

First test:  Album Display

8 photo(s) Updated on: 17 Jan 2021
  • Stoneware jar with flowers attached clay.6 X 8” Gas fired cone 6. Blue Glaze.
  • Stoneware coffee mug 3.5” X 5. Rabbit carved in attached clay. Gas fired cone 6 Shino glaze.
  • Stoneware jar with cedar handle. 6 X 8” Gas fired cone 6. Weathered Bronze Glaze
  • Stoneware Cream and Sugar. Grass design carved and added clay. Gas fired cone 6 Shino Glaze
  • Stoneware tea set. Flowers attached clay. Strainer basket with lid for brewing loose tea, small plate for tea bag. Gas fired cone 6 Shino Glaze
  • Stoneware tea set. Humming bird attached clay with underglaze. Strainer basket with lid for brewing loose tea, small plate for tea bag. Gas fired cone 6 Deep River Red Glaze
  • Salt Dip, Porcelain with porcelain spoon. 2 X3” Gas fired cone 10 reduction. Spodumene glaze.
  • Stoneware Dinner Ware. Dinner plate 10”. Gas Fired cone 6 Shino Glaze.

Artist Statement

I have been a clay artist for over forty years. My goal has always been to create interesting functional pieces that people will enjoy and use often. I work both in stoneware and in porcelain using a potter’s wheel, and now I often incorporate hand built or carved additions into my work.

My studio is located in Sandia Park, a beautiful setting in the mountains east of Albuquerque, where I enjoy watching the weather change over the San Pedro and Ortiz mountains, and the many song birds and cottontails that live in and beneath the piñons in my backyard. This special place has been an inspiration for the pieces that I create.

Clay is a wonderful medium, perfect in every way for many uses and forms of expression. It is also one of the most enduring art forms in any culture. It lets my spirit sing.

Contact Information

6 Arroyo Bonito
Sandia Park, NM 87047

Email: jrichey@q.com




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