Modern Handmade Dinnerware
Specializing in one-of-a-kind serving dishes for weddings, birthdays and new home purchases. Pleasing modern designs with crisp clean blue lines embedded into a high quality porcelain.
A few years ago after a long academic career, I began to develop a new line of functional porcelain dinnerware using a 12th century Korean decorating technique called Mishima. I would incise a design in the body of a pot; fill it in with contrasting colored clay and then cover with a transparent glaze.
“I am drawn to the pause of simplicity and find beauty in the repetition of mark making. I make pots to take pleasure in daily rituals and celebration that provides one nourishment in body and soul.”
Kathleen Royster Studio
187 South Main Street
Helper, UT 84526
August 16 - 19, 2018
Park Silly Market, Park City
6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 7/29, 9/2, 9/16
Kathleen Royster received her MFA from the University of Utah where she was awarded the Ethel Rolapp Award. Her work appears in significant museums, private collections and cited in many publications. Noteworthy are the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Renwick Gallery of the Museum of American Art, Smithsonian located in Washington, D.C. Her work has been cited in the critical discussion of contemporary Ceramics literature. Such references include: Jo Lauria, Color and Fire: Defining Moments in Contemporary Ceramics, 1950-2000; Garth Clark, The Artful Teapot; Marvin Sweet’s, Yixing Effect: Echos of the Chinese Scholar; and Dr. Judith Schwartz, Confrontational Ceramics.
Daily private studio and gallery tour. If you see the light on - I'm open!
187 South Main Street, Helper, UT 84526