Associate Professor of ArtI work primarily in porcelain and white stoneware and in two different firing processes, wood firing and reduction. My pottery reflects an interest in traditional, historical forms from the Middle East, China, and Japan, often combining elements from different periods and places, creating interesting juxtapositions of surface and form. My work is often embellished with patterns created from wax resist, found objects, and hand-carved stamps. My artist's gallery of pottery is at www.johnskeltonpottery.com.
3-D Design; Sculpture; Ceramics; Intermediate 3-D
Studio; Special Topics-Alternative Media; Advanced 3-D Media