Kendall Patrick and the Headless Bettys ceramic Mug  By Ciro DiRuocco

Kendall Patrick and the Headless Bettys ceramic Mug By Ciro DiRuocco

Custom Edie Water bowl with Polka dots by Ciro DiRuocco

Custom Edie Water bowl with Polka dots by Ciro DiRuocco

Zzz Sleep Apnea zzZ   saying goodbye to bedtime vanity. The rich/ deep blue glaze was made using Barium a very toxic ingredient that mirrors what sleeping became for me. As I slept, oxygen would get cut off to my brain.. making me sick. Sleeping with a CPAP mask sucks, but it's better than waking up hungover everyday.    #Ceramic #Barium #iLearnHere #SleepApnea #SleepDisordersAreReal #KilningIt #Contemporary #TheMediumIsTheMessage #Ceramics #Advocacy #Truth

Zzz Sleep Apnea zzZ saying goodbye to bedtime vanity. The rich/ deep blue glaze was made using Barium a very toxic ingredient that mirrors what sleeping became for me. As I slept, oxygen would get cut off to my brain.. making me sick. Sleeping with a CPAP mask sucks, but it's better than waking up hungover everyday. #Ceramic #Barium #iLearnHere #SleepApnea #SleepDisordersAreReal #KilningIt #Contemporary #TheMediumIsTheMessage #Ceramics #Advocacy #Truth

Displayed as part of the light installation for light up Ladysmith   Title: Lymantria dispar   A light sculpture comprised of found objects.   The meaning of the name Lymantria dispar is composed of two Latin-derived words. Lymantria means 'destroyer' and dispar means 'to separate' and it depicts the differing characteristics between the sexes.  By Ciro DiRuocco and Eddy Martin Graham

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Porcelain and metal display. Not totally resolved.

Porcelain and metal display. Not totally resolved.

Selling my mugs at the Buzz coffee house in Nanaimo.

Selling my mugs at the Buzz coffee house in Nanaimo.

La Pioggia vase Ceramic wheel thrown white stoneware made by Ciro DiRuocco

La Pioggia vase Ceramic wheel thrown white stoneware made by Ciro DiRuocco

Peek-a-boot Facebook  inspired image.

"Peek-a-boot" ceramic vase, wheel-thrown white stoneware. Layers of underglaze, Bernard slip, and iron toner were used to create the imagery. Fired to cone 5 in an electric kiln.


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