Patti Warashina

Patti Warashina (born 1940) is an American artist known for her imaginative ceramic sculptures. Her works are in the collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
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Title: Dog Teapot
Artist: Patti Warashina
Warashina sources a teapot in a surprising and mischievous form, translating the cartoon stance of the dog into a decorative vessel that predicates function from an unorthodox and remarkably captured animal movement. Through her 50-year career Warshima has frequently studded her work with subtle political and social critique, the influence of California Funk and surrealism shifting her craft to become a vehicle for mischievous figurative plots, and the begging gesture of ’Dog Teapot’ might conceal a greater skepticism.
Title: Fish on a Plate
Artist: Patti Warashina
Early glazed and painted ceramic sculpture of a fish on a plate, Seattle, WA, 1970s; Signed; Total: 20" x 14" x 5"
Title: Man with Dollar Sign Eyes Teapot
Artist: Patti Warashina
Title: Peaches La Tour
Artist: Patti Warashina
Early glazed and painted ceramic sculpture of a fish on a plate, Seattle, WA, 1970s; Signed; Total: 20" x 14" x 5"
Title: Seeing Red - Drunken Power Series
Artist: Patti Warashina