Flying Eyeball Patchwork Bowl (33)
Flying eyeball bowl hand built from white stoneware clay, underglaze with cobalt blue, painted in water blue, rust red, pink, green and purple glazes and fired to Cone 5. The wings were molded from the front of the wood burning Smoke Consumer heating stove in the train at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds; the one that used to be open as a museum in Heritage Square. The other textures include wooden stamps, dishes and little hand carvings. There are three gumdrop-shaped feet on the underside, which is similar in color and texture to the inside. The bowl is food safe and dishwasher safe and measures about 7” across and 1.5” tall.
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