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Jan McKeachie Johnston

Updated 9/23/13

The work of Jan McKeachie-Johnston, a ceramic artist of more than 20 years, grows out of a strong tradition of functional ceramics from England and Japan (Bernard Leach/Shoji Hamada). It has also been informed and inspired by the ancient Minoan pottery of Crete, Jomon pottery of Japan, American Indian and Japanese basket forms, Iranian pottery and African pottery and masks. The sense of form, rich surface patterns and textures of these artistic influences reflect and offer a connection between humanity and art that McKeachie- Johnston has captured in her own work.
Jan McKeachie Johnston - Anagama "Rocker" Slab Basket Jan McKeachie Johnston - Large Oval Anagama Basket Jan McKeachie Johnston - Nuka Platter w Iron and Cobalt
Jan McKeachie Johnston - Sunshine Yellow Platter Jan McKeachie Johnston - Fourteen Section Anagama Caterpillar Vase Jan McKeachie Johnston - Tall Five Section Caterpillar Vase
Jan McKeachie Johnston - Three Section Anagama Crackle Shino Caterpillar Vase Jan McKeachie Johnston - Pink Crackle Shino Four Pt Vase Jan McKeachie Johnston - Rock Vases
Jan McKeachie Johnston - Yellow Anagama Stacked Vase Jan McKeachie Johnston - Tall Anagama Skirted Basket Jan McKeachie Johnston - Yellow Dessert Plates
Jan McKeachie Johnston - Yellow Salad Plates Jan McKeachie Johnston - Large Bowl with Three Shells Jan McKeachie Johnston - Anagama Vase with Lugs
Jan McKeachie Johnston - Noborigama Crackle Shino Three Part Vase Jan McKeachie Johnston - Two Part Noborigama Envelope Vase Jan McKeachie Johnston - Large Noborigama Oval Basket with Shells
Jan McKeachie Johnston - Large Curved Anagama Caterpillar Vase