The clean look of Sarah Johnson’s pottery, Rogue Ceramics, is meant to easily fit into every day life.
Sarah Johnson of Rogue Ceramics wants her creations to be used.
“There may be a few pieces that you only bring out for special occasions, but I hope people feel comfortable enough to use my pottery daily,” she says.
Her pieces — created in her Rock Bay studio — use a simple and modern esthetic.
“I’ve been playing a bit more lately with glazes and finding ways to use drippier and even crystalline glazes while still sticking to my overall esthetic.”
Find Rogue Ceramics market and stockist listings at rogueceramics.com.
This article is from the September/October 2019 issue of YAM.