CERAMICS & SCULPTURE

Recamier, 1990
Upholstered & modified grocery
baskets.

All other sculptures and images were
lost in the Bastrop fire.

Inspired by homeless people's
resourcefullness during the summer of
1986 when the artist was homeless,
himself, for 3 months before gaining
employment at the Menil Collection.

Current location unknown. Last seen at
Brazos Bookstore at the Menil
Collection. This was the last grocery
basket sculpture in the series.

Photo courtesy of Hickey-Robertson  
Photography.
These are the prototype Lost Pines Bowls.
Inspired by Buddhist Oryoki bowls.
All images copyright protected, DavidWarrenDesigns, 2002- 2014©
Buddha, 1976  
The first ceramic piece made by the artist in
Middle-school.
THIS WAS DESTROYED IN THE BASTROP FIRE
Counter
Ceramics are a good balance to my
2D art of  paintings and
photography. All work is handbuilt; I
do not use a wheel.
No two pieces are alike.
The three basic plant forms are
AGAVE, CACTUS, and
LECHUGUILLA.  Only high fire
stoneware is used. The melted
dripping glazes are evocative of the
harsh desert climate where these
plants thrive.

Influences from architect Antonin
Gaudi and the artist George Ohr are
clearly visible in  my ceramic pieces.



A
ll work on this page has been sold.
Sold work
LOST PINES CENTERPIECE SET


THESE WERE DESTROYED IN THE
BASTROP FIRE
Sold through Kiowa Gallery, Alpine, Texas
SOLD through Kiowa Art Gallery, Alpine, Texas
Sold through Artisans Gallery, Fredricksburg, Texas
Sold through Artisans Gallery, Fredricksburg, Texas
Texas Black Gold Cactus lamp

Sold through Artisans Gallery,
Frederickburg, Texas
Blue Agave bowls
Nesting set shown

Available through both Artisans and Kiowa Galleries


Collection Holland Hotel, Alpine Texas
Sold through Kiowa Art Gallery
Cereminial Dance Cactus bowl

Sold  through Artisan Gallery,
Fredericksburg, Texas
Trio of ceramics
available through Artisan Gallery,
Fredericksburg, Texas
All work below has sold
Sonny Burt and Bob Butler of
Dallas, Texas

Seated in one of Sofa sets circa
1992