This beautiful stoneware jar was custom-made for Carolina Tiger Rescue. The jar was made by Travis Owens, the lion on the lid was hand-built by Bayle Owens, and the images on the jar were painted by Pam Owens.
This jar was made out of local clay and various slips, then reduction fired. It stands 16" tall.
This beautiful crystalline pot has a hand-built lion on one side and an ocelot on the other. It is crystalline, which is the art of growing crystals on pottery during the firing process. A one-of-a-kind collector's item.
The Walkabout is an original, one-of-a-kind piece made of earthenware, specifically created for Carolina Tiger Rescue by Bronwyn Watson of Green Turtle Studios.
The lioness and plants depicted are meant to give a sense of intimacy and show the artist's love and affection for nature. As we are living in a time where the loss of certain species and their habitats are accelerating, these representations impart a sense of warmth, friendliness, and reconnection with nature.
This original fused glass artwork by Grace Penny features a multicolored fish design and is signed by the artist. This unique, one-of-a-kind piece was created for Carolina Tiger Rescue in 2014 for an art studio benefit.
Beautiful light teal ikebana vase with crystalline glaze made by pottery artist Elaine Wright in Pittsboro, NC. Paired with a glass bird made by Thomas von Koch in Pennsylvania. The glass bird perches daintily on the top of the ikebana vase, nestled amongst the foliage placed in the vase.
This colorful raku fired plaid vase is by Colleen Black Semelka, who is a local potter in the Chapel Hill area. Raku is a ceramic process that dates back to 17th-century Japan. The term implies ease, spontaneity, and pleasure. The raku firing process is quick compared to most ceramic firing techniques.