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694 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215
USA

614-221-8580

Sherrie Gallerie is located in the Short North Arts District, an area known for one-of-a-kind boutiques, galleries and great cuisine. We strive to show the best in local and national contemporary art. We hope you will come and visit.

Tom Coleman

Tom Coleman, Crystal Matt Fossil Jar, porcelain, Sherrie Gallerie

Crystal Matt Fossil Jar, thrown and altered porcelain, 9.5x9 in

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Wood Fired Tea Bowl, thrown and altered porcelain, 3.5x4.5x4.5 in

Large Platter, thrown and altered porcelain, 22.5x22.5x2.5 in

Crystal Matt Fossil Jar, thrown and altered porcelain, 11x11 in

 
 

Shino Spotted Pig Vase, thrown and altered porcelain, 13x5.25x5.25 in

 
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Crystal Matt Loose Bottle, thrown and altered porcelain

Shino Leopard Vase, thrown and altered porcelain, 12.75x12.75x3.25 in

Large Plate with White Crackle Glaze, thrown and altered porcelain, 13.5x13.5x2.25 in

Spotted Pig Fossil Jar, thrown and altered porcelain, 6.75x8x8 in

Crystal Matt Fossil Platter, thrown and altered porcelain, 20x20x3 in

 
 

Orange Loose Bottle, thrown and altered porcelain

Red Tall Bottle, thrown and altered porcelain

 
 

Celadon and Red Bottle, thrown and altered porcelain

Crystal Matt Tea Bowl, thrown and altered porcelain, 3.5x4.5x4.5 in

 
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Yellow Leopard Haystack Bottle, thrown and altered porcelain

Wood Fired Tea Bowl, thrown and altered porcelain, 4x4x4 in

Black Tea Dust Lidded Jar, thrown and altered porcelain

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Medium Loose Bowl, thrown and altered porcelain, crystal matte glaze

Crystal Matt Small Bottle, thrown porcelain

Yellow Leopard Low Fossil Bowl, thrown and altered porcelain


artist info

For over thirty-five years, Tom Coleman has been developing his craft as a hand-built potter working with both porcelain and stoneware, each equally refined and well-balanced. His work has gained him numerous awards and notoriety in the field of ceramics.

A graduate of the Northwest College of Art and a resident of Nevada since 1987, Tom continues to grow as an artist and shares his discoveries and enthusiasm through numerous workshops.

 

 

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