Whirling Arrow Espresso Cup
Whirling Arrow Espresso Cup
Whirling Arrow Espresso Cup
Whirling Arrow Espresso Cup
Whirling Arrow Espresso Cup
Whirling Arrow Espresso Cup
Whirling Arrow Espresso Cup

Whirling Arrow Espresso Cup

Loving Earth Pottery created by Calvin Hiser.

Hand made, one of kind Whirling Arrow Espresso or Lungo Cup.

Aprox: 3" x 3"

ABOUT Calvin Hiser

"From the beginning of my life I have fond memories of playing in the mud and creating things. My brother and I used to fill our time making art with found objects or drawing the things in nature around us. I went on to university to study business but along the way I took an “easy A” art class in ceramics. It was anything but easy and my instructor saw how much I loved it, so he offered me an assistant job in the ceramics department. It was there that I discovered my love for hand building and the wheel. From there I studied glaze theories and the techniques of firing a kiln properly.

                After university I took time away from creating to travel the world, start businesses and have kids. I still have my kids around and they inspire me to be in touch with my inner child every day. This inner child has found his way back to the mud. I have recently built a home studio, as well returned to university so that I can take all of the ideas I have in my head and create again.

                I feel I was put on this earth to create and clay has been the medium that I enjoy the most. I never feel better than when I am taking a lump of clay and creating a finished, functional vessel that someone can use or simply admire for its unique form or glaze. Even when I was away from “hands on” creating, I always had things in my mind that I simply needed to make. Now I am doing that again. I hope that my work resonates with others….and that it pulls them into my world for a moment."

A portion of the proceeds from your purchase will support the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation's mission to preserve Taliesin and Taliesin West for future generations, and inspire society through an understanding and experience of Frank Lloyd Wright's ideas, architecture, and design.

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