Including both functional and decorative artworks, this section of the Oklahoma State Art Collection includes vessels formed from clay. The works in this section show the diverse approaches to both form and finish.
Cruse #1 by Collin RosebrookCruse #1 is a large salt-fired clay pitcher.
Gold Urn by David GreerThe dark blue interior of this stoneware bowl contrasts with the glazed gold exterior emphasizing its potential volume.
Painted Seed Jar by Richard BivinsWhile on sabbatical in California, Bivins found himself intrigued and inspired by Native American pottery. The experience would have a lasting impact on his work.
Pin A Rose On Me by Marcia ManhartPin A Rose On Me was created using both wheel-thrown and hand-building clay techniques.
Rope Handle Pitcher by Montee HokeThis stoneware pitcher is striking due to the artist's application for glaze through a process of pouring.
Untitled by Roger CorsawThis lidded stoneware vessel features a repeated circular motif.