Selected Ceramic Sculpture
Rush Hour Rodeo
Rush Hour Rodeo is featured in several books. Patz Fowle hand-built this sculpture in porcelain, stoneware, glaze, platinum luster & Nichrome wire.
Gone Fishing in His Head
Gone Fishing in His Head created by Patz Fowle in porcelain & stoneware clay is in the High School Art textbook, Beginning Sculpture.
Smoked Salmon by Patz Fowle was created in earthenware with underglaze, clear glaze and precious metal luster.
Bitter Bleu Domestic Short Hair was handbuilt in stoneware and porcelain by Patz Fowle. Underglaze, stains, precious metal lusters and nichrome.
Uncle Albert...Fills His Head
Patz Fowle referenced an iconic photograph taken by Arthur Sasse to recreate her twisted version of Albert Einstein. Fowle's sculpture was handbuilt in stoneware and porcelain with underglaze, stains and precious metal luster.
The title says it all! This particular sculpture by Patz Fowle is often viewed with mixed emotions. Pork Pie was handbuilt in stoneware and the oozing red stuff is pigmented resin. PS: the metal pie tin is a ready-made.
Lost My Marbles
Wheel-thrown and altered stoneware and porcelain. Underglaze, was used to create the gut-wrenching green color and nichrome was fired into the clay for hair. Marbles were made by combining stoneware, porcelain and terracotta clay. The Potters Council of the American Ceramic Society selected this piece as part of the 2013 "Green Exhibition" shown during the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts in Houston.