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September 25, 2016



In her contemporary works, New Orleans-based ceramic artist Sarah House takes inspiration from the fractal mathematics of nature.

The artist: Born in Baltimore, House earned an BFA is from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and a MFA is from Tulane University in New Orleans She took her first ceramics class in 2001 at a community college in Baltimore, and has been pursuing the craft ever since through study and artist in residence programs.

The goods: Ceramic sculpture (that may reference natural and ambiguous formations of big ice or turbulent water) and clean, functional objects for your table and home.

What’s popular: Nesting Mug Sets ($100, shown below) and the Fractal Serving Dish Sets ($175, above).

Other favorites: Elemental Constructs are geometric white ceramics wall hanging sculptures ($125 to $600, shown below).

Big break: In January, House was featured in the “Artist Spotlight” series at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. It was her first museum solo show.

What’s new: Working on iceberg-inspired planters and sculpture inspired by her art residency in Iceland.

Where to buy: In New Orleans, at the Ogden Museum Store and Center for Southern Craft & Design ( and The Foundation Gallery (




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