Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Open Air Art.


Scott Carlson is a potter up in Arroyo Seco. I love the way he markets his work just above the sign for his gallery. I think they look great with the blue sky as the backdrop.

36 comments:

Olivier said...

des creations assez originales, surtout au niveau des couleurs

cieldequimper said...

OMG they're BEAUtiful. (Beau in French = beautiful!)

Eyeliquor 2 said...

Great line up of beautiful pottery..
Nice one!

Ksenija said...

i think same like you :))) very nice

Allison said...

They are stunning. I half expect Clint to come sauntering around the corner...

Kathy said...

Beautiful. I would love to have one of these pots. I love the terra cotta along with the blue.

Traveling Hawk said...

It's a nice view! That's the reason I love Santa Fe: the artistic environment.

Regina K said...

That is a great way to bring in customers. I would guess that shelf is study enough to securely display the pottery. But that mosaic post is itself quite the piece of artwork.

Luis Gomez said...

Really nice Randy. Great pottery work.

Betty Manousos@ CUT AND DRY said...

That is such an interesting photo.
Thnaks for sharing.)

Dawn said...

Oh this is great....ANOTHER place I would love to be.
A great shot.
You should be his "marketer":)

texwisgirl said...

Perfect framing for his art! Love it!

Sharon said...

I agree! They have a more organic look sitting in the open against the blue sky.

Tracy said...

I think they look great, too!

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VP said...

Some of them look better than the others but I like them all. It's a very good idea to put them just above the sign!

Jarart said...

You are right, the blue sky sets off the pottery perfectly.

JD said...

I love the way you composed this shot! I've just checked your photos for the last two weeks (have company - daily habits have been interrupted :-) - as usual your photos are awesome!

JM said...

They surely look great but I was distracted by the unusual 'Gaudi like' work on the right.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

They are great pieces of pottery but against the blue sky they make a stunning photo! I recognize his name and think that you may have shown us his work or workshop before?

Bises,
G

youth_in_asia said...

Maybe it's just your photos, but Santa Fe just seems to be an outstanding haven for the arts. It also appear that the natural scenery is a big inspiration to the local artists. Great shots.

RedPat said...

I love the post decorated with all the pot shards! Nice shot.

wordsmith said...

Nice, nice, nice! Love the colors.

Photohunter said...

Schöne Keramik, die Farben kommen gut vor dem blauen Himmel zur Geltung.

Johnny said...

buen trabajo este seguimiento de artistas artesanales.Saludos

Lúcia said...

Love the colours, and I think the same way, the pots look great with the blue sky. ;-)

Doug Hickok said...

i love the gem-like colors against the blue sky. This pottery is lovely and would like nice in my house. Wonderful image Randy!

Carlos Daniel said...

I love the work with hands and mind.

Magpie said...

They're gorgeous and placing them out in the sunlight shows off their wonderful colors.

Sara @ Domestically Challenged said...

Beautiful. The sky and weather look amazing as well.

Carola Bartz said...

Beautiful pottery with absolutely yummy colors that compliment the sky - wonderful!

bfarr said...

What a great to advertise your shop and its wares. Great shot, Randy.

becky said...

Interesting use of glazes. I've got start getting out more & checking out what other potters are doing. Problem is, when I do, I always want to buy something. I have quite a collection of other's mugs!

Sequim Daily Photo said...

That is great, if I saw those advertised I'd definitely go check them out.

yas said...

Good art and nice angle!

cerâmica é... said...

Amei o jeito como ve o mundo, em particular os potes, talvez porque me traga memoria de ser ceramista.