ISSN 2692-3912

Kohler Project Work produced in collaboration with the John Michael Kohler Arts/Industry Program

 
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Puppet hand and the Angel, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

All He Wants To Do Is Dance, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

Double Skull Bowl,Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

Face Plate, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

Peeping Tom, Teapot Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips, Sgraffito Techinque

 

The Boxer and Mr. Punchy, Teapot Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips, and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

Da Vinci and Disney, Adventure without Risk is Disneyland, Teapot Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips, and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

Family Portrait, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips, and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

The Outcome of an Apatosaurus Living in the Building, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips, and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

The Fears of Mr. Punchy, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips, and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

That’s Him Officer, The One with the Sock Puppet and the Fig Leaf, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips, and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

Lot’s Lot, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, and Ceramic Slips

 

One of Those Days, Hot Coffee and Scorpions, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips, and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

The Truth of the Sock Puppet, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips, and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

The Devil and The Potato Sisters, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips, and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

It’s All Fun and Games Until Someone Let the Rex Out, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, Ceramic Slips, and Hand Cut Paper Stencils

 

Stacked Column with Self Portrait cast from Aluminum Foil, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, and Ceramic Slips

 

Perils of Mr. Sock Puppet and Angel Tom, Vitreous Clay, Slip Cast, and Ceramic Slips

 

 

 

Christopher Stanley was born in Iowa City, Iowa in 1964.  He attended Rockhurst High School in Kansas City, Missouri where he graduated in 1982.  Attending The University of Kansas from 1982 to 1988, Mr. Stanley received a B.S.E. in Secondary English Education and a B.F. A. in Design.  In 1989 Mr. Stanley and his wife, Annie moved to Pullman, Washington, where, Mr. Stanley earned his M.F.A in 1991. Mr. Stanley has lived in Odessa since 1992.  He is currently an Associate Professor of Art, and teaches a large distribution of classes both in and out of the Art Department. Mr. Stanley has had work published in two books, which are, ‘500 Bowls’ and ‘Surface Design for Ceramics’. He has received awards not only for his art, but also for teaching and community service.