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GINGER MYERS




Fish Handle Container

high fire ceramic
$550



Southern Magnolia Charm Vase

high fire ceramic
$875



Designer Rabbit Container

high fire ceramic
SOLD



Evening Light Luminary

high fire ceramic
$875



Evening Song Bird Luminary

high fire ceramic
SOLD



Garden Magnolia Bowl

High fire ceramic
$400



Wood Ducks Cookie Jar

Majolica (ceramic)
$595



Majolica Fish Container

Ceramic
$495



Magnolia Luminary

high fire ceramic
$165



Fruits and Flowers Tall Cookie Jar

Majolica (ceramic)
$625



Garden Dance

high fire ceramic
$825



Architecture Fox Box

High Fire Ceramic
$475



High Fire Jingle Heart

various designs available
high fire ceramic
$90



Sheep with Bowl

high fire ceramic
$550



Architecture Sheep Box

High Fire Ceramic
SOLD


Ginger Myers was born in Peoria, Illinois and now lives in Oklahoma City. She recieved her degree from the University of Central Oklahoma. Art has always been about living an ordinary life in an extraordinary way. Ginger comments, "Art is about living life creatively." She finds many of her inspirations for making art in the observation of nature. The diversity of people she comes into contact with everyday, also plays into the thematic subjects of her artwork.

Ginger has taught high school and elementary art in the public schools for twenty seven years. She believe that every child is an artist. She credits the students for the opportunity of helping to develop her artwork by experiencing their display of creativity.

Originally, Ginger was attracted to painting and printmaking at the University of Central Oklahoma. Her experience with this media is seen in her textural detail imprinted on the clay and the painterly application of glazes. Years of experience, exploration, and experimentation have given her the technical expertise to be free and spontaneous with clay. Ginger works in hand building which can be functional in form, but sculptural. Ginger states, "the sculptural piece when in the process of construction is like a dance of the heart. There is a whole playful interaction with the Spirit of the clay and myself." She enjoys working in high fire stoneware and low fire majolica. Majolica with its wonderful essence of color and surface luminosity is essentially "painters pottery".

Ginger works in the studio at Paseo Pottery in Oklahoma. She is a member of the NAEA and Oklahoma Arts Coalition. She has exhibited at the Kirkpatrick Galleries at The Omniplex.