Peter Cunicelli is a Philadelphia artist who has been working with clay since 2000. As a student at The Clay Studio, he discovered hand built vessels and soon began rolling out slabs of his own. During this time, he began developing forms by studying traditional thrown forms and cutting templates. He has experimented with a variety of glazes and techniques and has worked in Raku, wood fire, porcelain, paper clay, cassius bassalt and other stonewares. His current studio practice builds and expands upon the desire to create forms that push the boundaries of form that are balanced between the dramatic and the refined.
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Handmade ceramic vessels, bottles, and objects.

Overview of my process for these torqued, spinning, threaded pieces

A brief overview of my process for these torqued, spinning, threaded pieces.

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  •  04/24/2018 13:00

I do not like to brag, but...

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  •  01/21/2018 22:08

Stressed clay, stressed artist!

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  •  12/21/2017 22:23

I sing when I'm happy and studio = happy!

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  •  12/19/2017 21:55

A weekday evening at the studio

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  •  12/15/2017 04:29

This will be my attempt at writing my first blog. It'll be mostly studio related, with some, mostly-likely cantankerous, observations of life.

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