David Jordan Ceramic Art

      BA  Humboldt State University    MFA  University of California Santa Barbara


l        Low Fire Ceramic Sculpture , Painted Plates, Sculpted Relief Wall Pieces

                                    contact: jordanclayart@gmail.com

 

   Here is a collection of ceramic sculpture using surreal themes and animal imagery.

  The imagery is drawn from musings on iconography of various cultural traditions,

                        and the manipulation of various animal forms.


                                       


          

  


                    

 

#18 Medicine Man

         $200

      22‘x18”x4”

      #17 India Fish

           $200

       25”x18”x6”

#16 Mycenaean Style Octopus

       Goblet with Seaweed,

                   (sold)

               22”x24”x18”

Mycenaean Style Goblet, side B

    Long Nose Butterfly Fish

                 sold

     African Butterfly Fish

                  (sold)

           

#34 Votive Plaque

         $200

      14”x12”3”

#35 Falcon Headed  Sphinx

                 $200

             20”x16”x4”

    #32  Man with Adze

              $100

           20”x9”x6”

#33 Tell Asmar Composite

                $200

            23”x7”x7”

#19 Shipping Seahorses

               $75

          10”x10”x2”

#14 Moorish Idol

         $100

     13”x13”x2”

    #15 Earth, Wind, Fire,

                $200

           29”x16”x16”


                  

Earth, Wind, Fire, side B

#31 Human Sphinx

           (sold)

      14”x12”x4”

         Winged Griffin

                  sold

             

      The Fennec

            sold

             

         

Down Under, Leafy Sea Dragon

                     sold

                    

                  

#24  Fighting Demons

            $125

         20”x18”x5”

#25  Fear of Travel

          $125

      20”x18”x5”

#29 Kneeling Male with

   Falcon Headdress

             $100

         20”x12”x4”

    #30 Nimrud Winged Male

                   $100

               21”x14”x4”

          #27 Explosions

                 NFS

            






          #20 Surreal Butterfly

                      $150

                   20”x29”x4”

       #22 Searching for Babylon

                      $150

                  25”x10”x7”

          wood and ceramics

#23 Ganges River Dolphin, side A

                       $200

                  28”x16”x10”

Ganges River Dolphin, side B

#28 Human Headed Sphinx

                $150

             24‘x14”x4”

      If you are interested in purchasing an art piece, please contact me for more information.

                                                          jordanclayart@gmail.com

  Shipping will be paid by the buyer and add somewhere between $25 and $50 to the list price.

  All work will be double boxed and insured before shipping, pieces will be shipped between 

                                  2-5  business days after payment has been verified.

   #21 Fish/Man Morph

               $200

           22”x16”x4”

                                                    Painted Terra Cotta Plates.


      These plates are made from a red/orange colored clay. The hand painted images  

                           are inventions of animals, plants, and abstract shapes.

                                    Lost  Art  of Iraq - Status Unknown


  These ceramic sculptures are approximate reproductions of some of the artworks 

                 missing from the Baghdad Museum as a result of the war.

                     

                  These plates, sculptures, and wall pieces are wheel thrown

                 and/or hand built using stoneware clay and low fire glazes .

                      #26 Fishing for Trouble

                                $200

                            23”x22”x5”

               Strange Butterfly meets  Abnormal Plant

                                    (sold)    

                                  

                      Bosch Bird goes for French Fish

                                         $125

                                     15”x15”x2”

                                                                          

     #14 Lebes Gamicos (wedding vase)

                      The Fertile Sea

                              $200

                          22”x10”x10”

   Lebes Gamicos,  side B

  #13 Armored Sea Robin with Pelicans

                           (sold)

                       13”x12”x3”

                                            Recently sold works

  State Fish at Work

               sold

  X Marks the Spot,

  Morwong, Filefish

            sold

         Octopus with Antique Fish under Moon

                                    sold

 

                        Eastern Totems

                                (sold)

   #8 Mobile Moth

            (sold)

       14”x14”x2”

     Tropical Orbital

            $150

        18”x18”x2”

#1 Ishtar Prevails

            $150

        15”x10”x4”

#5 Greek Votive Statuette #1

                   $100

               16”x8”x4”

#6 Greek Votive Statuette #2

                     $100

                  16”x6”x4”

                       Sculptures based on recreated

                                 Bosch creatures.

#3 Annunaki Mythology

                 $100

              13”x6”x5”

  #4 Annunaki Directorate

                  $125

               13”x9”x4”

     Fish Base Eight

              sold

        

             Triumph of Avarice #2

  Hells Escort

Chicken with Chaos

               Here is a grouping of five small statuettes based on Old Babylonian

            cylinder seals. There are also two metallic Greek style Votive statuettes.

     Moth  to Fire with pulsar

                    (sold)

    Atlantic Flying Fish with Hydrozoa

                       (sold)

   Triumph of Avarice #1

Minoan Style Octopus  Vase

                   sold

   Ocean action

         $150

      13”x13”x2’

Out of Patience

     ( Bruegel)

Steppenwolf

Red Sea

  (sold)

Sea spiral

   (sold)

Bosch Figure with Fractal and Seaweed

Greek Votive Statuette

Artemis Orthia

 
 

   Octopus with Roman Fish and Water Ghost

  Hot Water, Dry Dock, DeadFish

  Selected Sculpture for Global Warming,   

                Climate Change Show.

  Plates designed with details from paintings and 

          Sketches by Bosch and Bruegel.