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I have always been comfortable working with clay at the wheel but have never had the discipline for functional work.  My forms, while rooted in function, are meant to be objects that occupy a defined space, but more importantly relate to their surroundings. Process, formal issues of interior and exterior space, scale, and texture, drive most of my creative choices, and I want each piece to reflect all of the individual decisions made to create it.

Jeremy Briddell draws his inspiration from astronomical conceptualization. These ceramics have the vivid reminiscence of eerie and unexplored landscapes; his process harmoniously fuses present-day functionality with the ongoing impact of mid-century modernism. The curious contrast between delicate and organic texture is reflective of the artist’s desire to relate to his surroundings both in time and space, and it is only natural to be over the moon with this omnipresent approach.

– Double Decker