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Roots Rocka's Clay Journal - New Stuff pg 11
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Joined: May 20, 2013
Posts: 118
From: Oakland,CA
Posted: 2014-08-20 8:41 pm   Permalink

Such great stuff Michael! Love the Marquesan I picked up from you last weekend. So great to meet you at Oasis this year! Looking forward to seeing you more in the future and picking up some more of your stuff.


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Joined: Oct 05, 2005
Posts: 1347
From: sackatomato
Posted: 2014-08-20 9:57 pm   Permalink

mike, it was great seeing you at tiki oasis. i love my massive maori warrior mug. those png lamps are just ridiculously good! keep up the great work.

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Joined: Apr 15, 2011
Posts: 254
From: Los Angeles, California
Posted: 2014-09-17 1:52 pm   Permalink

Hey Woody and Bullet! Great hanging out at Oasis and thank you for giving some of my pieces a great new home.
Now that Oasis is done, I'm moving away from the slip casting and back to handbuilding and throwing on the wheel. I'm starting a batch of Tahitian Towers to fill some orders next week, so if you see something you like, or want something in another color, please send me a PM or email (mikesbicca@yahoo.com) about pre-ordering.

Here's some of the first pieces I've finished.

First is a PNG drum mug. There's actually a couple little cracks where the handle meets the body so it's a vase or sculptural piece. I could also make it into a lamp.

This batch of guys was inspired by a cooking pot from the Wosera people. I believe the original piece was made out of a gourd.

This is a decanter or pitcher. It was inspired by a ceremonial dance mask, stands just over 11" inches tall, and holds 36 ounces.

Please visit my on-line store:

or follow me on Instagram to see my day-to-day activity in the studio.

Thank you for looking and for your continued support.

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