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694 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215

614-221-8580

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.

Jim Connell

Jim Connell, Red Sand Blasted Carved Teapot, stoneware, ceramic, pottery, functional, Sherrie Gallerie
Jim Connell, Red Sand Blasted Carved Teapot, stoneware, ceramic, pottery, functional, Sherrie Gallerie

Red Sandblasted Carved Teapot, stoneware, 11.5 x 9.5 x8 in

Jim Connell, Red and Green Sand Blasted Carved Teapot, stoneware, ceramic, pottery, functional, Sherrie Gallerie
Jim Connell, Red and Green Sand Blasted Carved Teapot, stoneware, ceramic, pottery, functional, Sherrie Gallerie

Red and Green Sand Blasted Carved Teapot, stoneware

Jim Connell, Tall Green Carved Teapot, stoneware, ceramic, functional, pottery, Sherrie Gallerie

Tall Green Carved Teapot, stoneware, 15.5x10.5x7.5 in

Jim Connell, Round Green Carved Teapot, stoneware, ceramic, functional, pottery, Sherrie Gallerie

Round Green Carved Teapot, stoneware, 13.9.5 7.5 in

Jim Connell, Red Sand Blasted Carved Bottle, stoneware, ceramic, pottery, functional, Sherrie Gallerie

Red Sand Blasted Carved Bottle, stoneware

Jim Connell, Red Sand Blasted Carved Pitcher, stoneware, ceramic, pottery, functional, Sherrie Gallerie

Red Sand Blasted Carved Pitcher, stoneware


artist info

"I strive for beauty and elegance in my pieces. On my very best days in the studio I get glimpses of it and it keeps me going. It is all about that eternal elusive quest for beauty.

My work is inspired by nature and guided by historical precedent. I was taught, and, now I teach my students, to look to the past for ideas and inspiration. I have always looked to China for my main source of inspiration. My love of Chinese ceramics was originally centered on the work of the Sung Dynasty. I deeply admired the great porcelain pieces of this period and they profoundly affected my understanding of form and proportion.

Over time, I began to appreciate and value the work of other Chinese periods. The Chinese Prehistoric Neolithic and the Tang Dynasty caught my attention. And lately, I have begun to draw a major source of inspiration and stimulation from the teapots made in Yixing, China."