The Spatterdocks: Art

Yellow pond lilies

Yellow Pond Lily
Yellow Pond Lily
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Pond Lily w_ Spotted Lady Beetles
Pond Lily w_ Spotted Lady Beetles
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Detail
Detail
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Frog Jar
Frog Jar
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Pistil with Stamens
Pistil with Stamens

Wood-fired porcelain

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Pistil Pot I
Pistil Pot I

Wood-fired porcelain

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Pistil Pot II
Pistil Pot II

Wood-fired porcelain

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Pistil Pot III
Pistil Pot III

Wood-fired porcelain, not available

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Pistil Pot IV
Pistil Pot IV

Wood-fired

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Pistil Pot V
Pistil Pot V

Wood-fired

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Pistil Pot VI
Pistil Pot VI

Wood-fired

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Pistil Pot VII
Pistil Pot VII

Wood-fired

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Pistil Pot VIII
Pistil Pot VIII

Wood-fired

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Salt-fire I
Salt-fire I

Sold

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Salt-fire II
Salt-fire II

Sold

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Pistil Pots and Sculptures
 

The Spatterdock Family

Gramma Spatterdock
Gramma Spatterdock
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Grampa Spatterdock
Grampa Spatterdock
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Ma Spatterdock
Ma Spatterdock
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Pa Spatterdock
Pa Spatterdock
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Little Bud
Little Bud
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Pond Lily
Pond Lily
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Altered Pond Lily
Altered Pond Lily
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Creatures - Real and Imagined

Spatterdock Darner
Spatterdock Darner

Real!

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Cow Lily - Yellow
Cow Lily - Yellow
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Fly
Fly
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Rhizome Monster
Rhizome Monster
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Rhizome Monster Head
Rhizome Monster Head

Wood-fired porcelain

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Rhizome Monster Head
Rhizome Monster Head

Wood-fired

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Polluted Waters

A New Aesthetic
A New Aesthetic

Mixed Media

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Detail
Detail
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Black Pistil Sculpture
Black Pistil Sculpture
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Black Cow Lily
Black Cow Lily
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What unforeseeable impact will humans have on our natural world?   We know that there will be losses but then what?  Will we “accidentally” create new species and new environments to fill the voids?  And then, will we develop a new sense of aesthetics to make what we have done acceptable?