Porcelain tumbler by Julie Devers. It feels great in your hand. I love its simple details with the line and dot. I can see myself drinking water or juice from it. Wine, bourbon, milk too. It was thrown on the potter’s wheel and fired in an atmospheric gas kiln. Microwave and dishwasher safe. A perfect porcelain tumbler? We think so… Julie Devers is a Michigan potter and teacher. Julie works in porcelain and stoneware. Her pottery is functional and versatile. These tall cups would make a wonderful addition to any kitchen.
Julie Devers is a graduate of Notre Dame and a Master of Fine Arts degree from University of Montana, Julie has spent a lifetime refining her pottery skills and making functional pottery. In addition to creating her own artwork, Julie teaches at the Kalamazoo Institute of Art.
Her artwork looks great in most home decor. Look closely and you will notice a singular dot or a simple line. This is Julie’s quiet way of decorating her bowls, mugs, trays, and platters.
Julie says, “Using handmade objects cause the senses to awaken. Transform your everyday rituals into special comforting moments.”