Ceramic artist Joshua Flicker uses clay as a means to produce objects that mimic both natural and industrial. Flicker’s bowls and vessels typically have a very detailed pattern or texture, which helps to create the illusion that they are made from stone or wood. The complex layering on the exterior of these pieces reveal an appearance of natural erosion, while the interior is smooth and polished. Flicker’s other work, a unique series of abstract teapots, is much more industrial. The exterior consists of subdued hues sealed with a combination of glossy and matte glazes. The addition of pipes, bolts, and gaskets to these pieces further exaggerate an industrial aesthetic. >View Website