To purchase ceramics by Ann,
please go to Etsy shop : https://www.etsy.com/shop/ceramicpix
Or contact us at the studio 626-827-1974 to make an appointment.
Saturday, April 13, 2019 3:00- 5:00 PM - Marz Gifts, Snacks, Sips, and Signing - Pottery PopUp ! South Pasadena
Marz Gifts: 1512 Mission Street South Pasadena, CA, 91030
Snacks, Sips, and Signing at one of South Pasadena’s iconic boutiques Marz Gifts, along with a pop-up ceramics sale from Urban Forager photographer Ann Cutting. Snacks will include Sumi Chang of Europane’s lemon bar bites, nut cookies, almond angel cookies, lavash crackers, hummus, and more, plus bubbly. Elisa Callow, Author and Ann Cutting, Photographer
Xiem Clay Center Sale May 10, 11 2019
EVENT: Xiem Spring Studio Sale
ARTISTS: Xiem Studio Members and Students
DATES: May 10 and 11th, 2019
HOURS: Friday , 6pm – 9pm and Saturday 10:30am – 4.30pm
- Xiem "Fall 2019" Gallery Group Show 2019
- Xiem "Fall 2018" Gallery Group Show 2018
- Xiem "Fall 2017" Gallery Group Show 2017
- Xiem "Fall 2016" Gallery Group Show 2016
- Xiem "Fall 2014 " Gallery Group Show 2014
- "Fired By Junzo" Center for the Arts Burbank 2015
- Hyatt Regency Tahoe
- Porridge and Puffs Restaurant
- FieldTrip LA Restaurant
- Renata Restaurant , Portland Or
- Microbial Metaphors 2017 Project Funded by Faculty Project Grant ArtCenter College of Design and Samsung.
Available for purchase.
- Beam and Anchor Oregon
- RR & Co The Shop Texas
- MEUSSHOP New York
- Filitz Shop New York
- Marz Shop California
- The Palace Store Oregon
- Take Heart Shop Oregon
- Xiem Clay Center Gallery Pasadena, California
About Ann Cutting
A commercial and fine art photographer for the last 25 years Ann Cutting brings a simple, fresh and functional form to her ceramic pieces. The majority of her work is wheel thrown with stoneware or porcelain clay. Ann uses xerox transfer technique and decals to combine her award winning imagery with the claybody. Ann earned her BA in Biochemistry and Cell Biology at U.C.S.D. and her BA in Photography at Art Center College of Design.
Ann draws from her scientific background to fuse with the organic art of hand made clay vessel creation. Some of her hand created series include bit bowls : hand-built bowls and platters with 0 and 1 in abstract patterns. Ann’s anthropomorphic apology series of cups and tea pots challenge the line between function and ornament and plays whimsically with a nod to biological posture. Microbial Metaphors provides
a transdisciplinary exploration of image transfer onto clay with a biological theme.
She currently creates pottery at the Xiem clay center in Pasadena, California. She teaches Photography at The Art Center College of Design, and LA Center for Photography. She makes images for a number of advertising and editorial clients.
Her ceramic work is shown in the Xiem Clay Center Gallery in Pasadena, California.
All images copyright Ann Cutting and can be used for stock imagery upon request.