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laurie shaman

LaurieShaman_studioI create vessels and forms using slab-built techniques – these forms become the canvas for my evocative scenes of figures, nature, townscapes and animals. The vases, vessels and wall pieces I make today evolved naturally from a strong foundation in producing utilitarian pottery, as well as creating works on paper with a variety of drawing techniques. Combining these once separate pursuits has been the main focus of my ceramic work; to merge the painted surface to three dimensional form. In each body of work I produce the sizes, shapes and contours vary, and suggest possibilities of embellishment and imagery. The imagery, whether applied in a random or deliberate way, produces a kind of lyrical narrative involving a combination of animal, figure, landscape, or architectural elements. 

Before making Chicago her home, Laurie resided in southwest Wisconsin. She was a studio potter in the town of Mineral Point, while also serving an apprenticeship as an actor at American Players Theater in nearby Spring Green. For a number of years, she also served as the Program Coordinator of the Art in Public Places program, as well as the Visual Arts Coordinator for the Wisconsin Arts Board in Madison. Eventually relocating to Chicago, Laurie quickly became a part of local ceramics scene as a resident ceramic artist at Chicago’s Lill Street Art Center where she also held various directorial positions spanning from community outreach to educational programming. As director of the Lill Street gallery, Laurie curated dozens of exhibitions involving ceramic artists of local and national prominence. She also worked in the Department of Museum Education at the Art Institute of Chicago, where she participated in docent training as well as teaching sketch classes during special exhibitions. In 2009, Laurie has created a six-panel ceramic mural “In the Swim,” commissioned by the Public Art Program, City of Chicago, now installed and on view at the Hayes Park Natatorium in the Ashburn-Wrightwood community. Laurie Shaman’s studio is in the heart of the Ravenswood Corridor in Chicago.

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  • Crow vase front  11 H x 5.5W x 2.5D
  • Crow vase back 11 H x 5.5W x 2.5D
  • Rabbit vase front 6 x 4 x 2.5 sold
  • Rabbit vase back 6 x 4 x 2.5 sold
  • Rabbit vase front 9 x 8 x 2 sold
  • Rabbit vase back 9 x 8 x 2 sold
  • Fish bowl 9 D x  2 H
  • Rabbit vase front  9 x 4.5 x 2 sold
  • Rabbit vase back  9 x 4.5 x 2 sold
  • River bank vase front 10 H x 5.5W x 2.5D
  • River bank vase back 10 H x 5.5W x 2.5D
  • Small owl vase front 6 x 4 x 2.5 sold
  • Small owl vase back 6 x 4 x 2.5 sold
  • Owl vase front 9 x 6 x 2
  • Owl vase back 9 x 6 x 2
  • Trout vase front 11 H x 5.5W x 2.5D
  • Trout vase back 11 H x 5.5W x 2.5D
  • Small owl wall piece 6 D x 1 H
  • Large chickadee platter 13 dia
  • Crow wall piece 1 H x 13 W x 8 H
  • Crow bowl 8.5 D x  2 H sold