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  • Shelley Schreiber - Serving Tray

    One-of-a-kind, wheel thrown and hand-carved serving tray.

     

    E-mail Contact:
    shelleys@atdenver.com

    1440,942
    Price On Request
  • Shelley Schreiber - Teapot

    One-of-a-kind, high-fired, wheel thrown porcelain teapot.

     

    Email Contact:
    shelleys@atdenver.com


    SOLD

    960,707
    Price On Request
  • Shelley Schreiber - Porcelain Mugs

    Wheel-thrown, high-fired porcelain with black and red decorative patterns.

     

    E-mail Contact:
    shelleys@atdenver.com

    1424,728
    Price On Request
  • Shelley Schreiber - Oval Vessel

    One-of-a-kind, wheel thrown and altered porcelain vessel.

     

    E-mail Contact:
    shelleys@atdenver.com

    1440,838
    Price On Request
  • Shelley Schreiber - Serving Bowl

    One-of-a-kind, high-fired wheel thrown porcelain.

     

    E-mail Contact:
    shelleys@atdenver.com

    1440,869
    Sold
  • Shelley Schreiber - Pedestal Teapot and Cup

    One-of-a-kind, wheel thrown teapot and cup with hand-built pedestal.

    E-mail Contact:
    shelleys@atdenver.com

    1277,958
    Price On Request
  • Shelley Schreiber - Cup and Saucer

    One-of-a-kind, sculptural vessel. Wheel thrown and hand-built with carved bas relief.

     

    Part of the Kirkland Museum Collection.

     

    E-mail Contact:
    shelleys@atdenver.com

    367,517
    Not For Sale
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Shelley Schreiber

Shelley Schreiber
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E-mail Contact:
shelleys@atdenver.com

Web Site:
www.shelleyschreiber-art.com

Instagram:
@slsindenver


Artist Statement:
Several years ago I visited a contemporary Japanese porcelain exhibit entitled "Quiet Clarity." That concept holds special meaning for me, as it communicates what I want to express through my artwork. It represents harmony between the physical materials, critical thinking and inner contemplation.

As I straddle the fence between sculptural and functional objects, my emphasis is on form and gesture. I use thrown and hand-built components to create compositions that, while they evoke simplicity and refinement, belie underlying complexity and depth.

Form is of utmost importance. I hope that others feel and see that my work is made with thoughtfulness and reflection, that it is expressive and enduring and that layers and overtones are revealed over time.


Shelley's work is available by contacting her directly at the e-mail address above and in the following galleries:

Kirkland Museum Gift Shop
1201 Bannock Street
Denver, Colorado 80204
www.kirklandmuseum.org

A Gallery Fine Art
73956 El Paseo
Palm Desert, California 92260
www.agalleryfineart.com

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