Roger Yee - Tall Turquoise Vase

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This tall turquoise vase was hand-thrown on a wheel using stoneware. Firing in a reduction salt-kiln creates the combination of a toasty, warm textured feel in combination with a turquoise glaze.

Roger Yee has been fascinated with ceramics for most of his life. Currently, his work is focused on functional pots fired to 2385°F in reduction, and is inspired by Chinese, Japanese, and Korean pottery. Roger holds an MFA from San Jose State and has over 30 years experience as a ceramic artist. He was awarded an Artist in Residence at the Mendocino Art Center many years ago and continues to enjoy time at the coast.

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