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694 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215


Sherrie Gallerie is a Contemporary Art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio. We specialize in three-dimensional contemporary art including glass, ceramics, wood, fiber, mixed media, and art jewelry.

Andy Nasisse

Andy Nasisse, Dos Ojos, ceramic, Sherrie Gallerie

Dos Ojos, ceramic, 9x9x23 in

Red Butte, ceramic, 12x14x26 in

Red Skin Walker, ceramic, 7x13x26 in

Arch Enemy, ceramic, 9x20x25 in

Hoodo Hairdoo, ceramic, 10x14x23 in

Kachina Canyon, ceramic, 7x17x25 in

Large Pink Vase, ceramic

Badlands, ceramic

Dark Wave, ceramic, 65 in tall


Sage, ceramic, 8x12x19 in

Large Pink Jar, ceramic 

Large Pink Jar, back view

Kachina, ceramic, 46x39x10 in

Cup, ceramic

Cup, back view

Black Dot Jar, ceramic

Black Dot Jar, back view

Blue Tea Bowl, ceramic

Blue Tea Bowl, back view

Cup, ceramic

Cup, back view

Black Tea Bowl, ceramic

Black Tea Bowl, back view 

Cup, ceramic

Cup, back view

artist info

"Over the years I have developed methods of working with clay that are meant to bring out the natural qualities of that material and of the process of drying, shrinking, glazing, melting, and firing. By multiple firing, and layering of slips and glazes, I try to make objects that have stratified active surfaces that snap and crackle with energy. I am looking for meaning and content in the dynamics of the process and trying to apply this to my general aesthetic or world view. 

For quite some time now I have been using the figure, the vessel, and the landscape as a primary image (or mythic image) through which I could express some thoughts about the human condition. I have tried to present a unified theme that ties together work that ranges from small scale utilitarian pots to large scale vessels and figures. I work improvisationaly, finding figures in the material, and developing them into an image, or a narrative that seems to have life. I like to think of these figures as part of a family of images that find their way through my hands into the outer world. At their best they present an enigmatic expression, somewhere on the edge between whimsy and fear." - Andy Nasisse



Andy working in his studio, SLC, UT.