John Fazzino

Working in clay and gardening are not too dissimilar.  Both involve the earth and creating.  When I am in the garden, I am aware of myriad factors that are impressing themselves onto my senses.  When I am in the studio, very similar factors are available to me.  Hands in clay, hands in earth.  Creation occurs, mind soars, heart takes flight, moving inside, always moving  toward the One.

My work is an eclectic collection of objects for and about the garden. The larger outdoor work nests itself in the garden, creating a nice counterpoint to the flowers and shrubs surrounding it. Smaller pieces use the flowers and stems from the garden.

Pulsar Platters are very fast.  Even through a telescope it’s hard to spot them.  So keep your eye on these babies as they flash before your eyes.  These platters are all around 14” square.  They can easily be used in the garden as a birdbath or in the home as ornamentation or for food use.