Toby Atticus Fraley builds stoneware birdhouses with both form and function in mind. His main goal is to create an aesthetically pleasing piece which can also stand alone as a sculptural form.
The birdhouses he builds are made from stoneware clay fired to around 2300 degrees Fahrenheit. He constructs them with slabs, press-molded and slip-cast clay and uses molds he designs and builds himself. Each birdhouse is finished by firing engobe onto its surface. The engobe and the high firing temperature together make a highly durable surface which can withstand any weather conditions.
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