Sara Schneidman

Star Dance

Low-fired red clay
2.5″H x 8.25″W

Lemons & Olives

Low-fired red clay
2″H x 13″W

Pink Sun

Low-fired red clay
3″H x 10.5″W

Freedom

Low-fired red clay
4.5″H x 9.5″W

Triangles & Stripes

Low-fired red clay
7″H x 6″W

Swirls

Low-fired red clay
4″H x 9.5″W

Lightening Up

Watercolor on Canvas
16″ x 40″ unframed

Sensemaking

Pencil on rice paper
15″ x 34.5″ framed

Chromatic Net

Watercolor on handmade paper
24.5″ x 55″ framed

Flight

Watercolor on handmade paper
29.5″ x 29.5″ framed

Ripples

Watercolor on handmade paper
11.5″ x 11.5″ framed

Horizons

Watercolor on handmade paper
29.5″ x 29.5″ framed

“Let the beauty we love be what we do.” – Rumi

I feel so fortunate to have spent so much of my life doing exactly that. I continue to work with watercolors, clay and words creating work with the intention of adding to the beauty and light in our troubled world.

My Ceramic Process
I use a red low-fire clay to throw my pots. After trimming them I use a white slip to cover the surfaces to be decorated. I draw through the slip to create lines and paint with underglazes to complete the designs. After the bisque firing I apply a clear glaze and then fire again.

Artist Statement

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