Lolo Robison

I rely on wheel-throwing and hand-building to create functional “every-day” ware. For added interest, my vessels may be altered. Pots are fired in a reduction atmosphere to Cone 10.

Hand-built warrior goddesses are raku-fired. They are decorative, symbolizing every woman’s quiet suffering and heroic survival; evoking the power, grace and voice of women the world over.

My mother is the Original Goddess and my inspiration. She approaches pottery as a necessary life skill. “If you want pots, make them,” she says. At 85, she still sews, gardens, lifts weights, throws pots and serves meals fit for a queen.

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Big-Ass Ramen Bowls, 3.625H x 8.75W x 8.75D, Stoneware, Cone10R
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Chawan with Plate Lid, 3.5H x 5.375W x 5.375D, Stoneware, Cone10R
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Dancing Pot, 11.5H x 5W x 5D, Stoneware, Cone10R
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L’il Boy Blue Bowls, 2.5H x 5W x 5D, Stoneware, Cone10R
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Obaasan Casserole & Kyodai Cups, 2.25H x 11W x 11D, Stoneware, Cone10R
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Ojiisan Casserole, 6H x 9.75W x 9.75D, Stoneware, Cone10R
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Rolled-Rim & Split-Foot Bowl, 3.5H x 7.75W x 7.75D, Stoneware, Cone10R
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Sugar, Yes Please Jar, 4.25H x 3.75W x 3.75D & Salt of the Earth Jar, 4.5H x 4.25W x 4.25D, Stoneware, Cone10R
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Trinket Jar in Plum Purple, 3.5H x 4.5W x 4.5D, Stoneware, Cone10R
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Trinket Jar in Shino, 2.75H x 3.75W x 3.75D, Stoneware, Cone10R
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Warrior Goddess, 16.5H x 4W x 4D, Stoneware, Cone10R
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Warrior Goddess, 22H x 4W x 3.5D, Stoneware, Raku
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Warrior Goddess, 23.5H x 6W x 6D, Stoneware, Raku
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