After being on the farm for 5 years, I recently discovered massive quantities of naturally occurring clay in my own back yard. A beautiful and rich red color comes from large amounts of iron in the clay. When it oxidizes it turns the whole clay its trademark rust color. Nothing added to the clay, nothing taken out but pebbles.
Of all the works I create, I find myself using my end tables more than anything else. They have become my favorite place to take a seat, display my plants, and use as any other table space could be used. Inspiration for these came from the walnut stools iconic designers Charles and Ray Eames designed, produced by Herman Miller. They can be made in a variety of shapes and sizes, often custom fit for a particular space.