Doug Schroder

Artwork

No. 17 Platter

Doug Schroder

No. 17 Platter

Ceramic

16 x 16 x 1 in

$490.00

No. 7 Bowl

Doug Schroder

No. 7 Bowl

Ceramic

3.25 x 8 x 8 in

$108.00

Large Bowl with Dots

Doug Schroder

Large Bowl with Dots

ceramic

4 x 3 in

$50.00

Yunomi Cup with Dots

Doug Schroder

Yunomi Cup with Dots

ceramic

3 x 3 in

$44.00

No. 18 Platter

Doug Schroder

No. 18 Platter

Ceramic

16 x 16 x 1 in

$490.00

Blue Dot Bowl

Doug Schroder

Blue Dot Bowl

ceramic

5 x 3 in

$60.00

Medium Bowl with Dots

Doug Schroder

Medium Bowl with Dots

ceramic

4 x 3 in

$44.00

No. 29 Vase

Doug Schroder

No. 29 Vase

Wood-Fired Ceramic

9.50 x 2.50 x 2.50 in

$100.00

Clay Pendant

Doug Schroder

Clay Pendant

$25.00

Red Dot Bowl

Doug Schroder

Red Dot Bowl

ceramic

5 x 3 in

$60.00

No. 6 Bowl

Doug Schroder

No. 6 Bowl

Ceramic

3.50 x 8.50 x 8.50 in

$108.00

Clay Stones

Doug Schroder

Clay Stones

$4.00

Tall Cups with Dots

Doug Schroder

Tall Cups with Dots

ceramic

4 x 2 in

$44.00

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Doug Schroder
Doug Schroder is an Omaha-based clay artist who received his MFA degree in ceramics from Wichita State University in Wichita, KS. He has conducted ceramic workshops in Kansas, Nebraska and Arizona, sharing his wood and soda atmospheric firing techniques. During the summer of 2007,Doug was a summer resident at the Red Lodge Clay Center in Red Lodge, MT. He is also one of the original-founding members of the annual Omaha North Hills Pottery Tour held in the fall. Schroder has exhibited his work in many juried shows throughout the US,such as the 8 Fluid Ounces Cup Show at the LSU School of Art Gallery in Baton Rouge, LA. His work can be seen in publications such as: 500 Cups: Exploration of Unity and Grace. Schroder is currently an adjunct faculty member at Creighton University and Duchesne Academy in Omaha, NE. Schroder’s work consists of functional plates, cups, and bowls with images stamped into and printed on the surface. The marks are recognizable images that remind the artist of people or events in his life. “These small daily interactions give us experiences building a history,” Schroder explains. “Creating these objects allows me an opportunity to pay homage to the people and experiences that make me who I am.
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