ceramic sculpture by Bea Garth

Afternoon Tea

by Bea Garth, copyright 1988, 2009 This was my first ceramic sculpture that was successful when I used the electric kiln. It was here I devised a method of covering my sculpture with a dark engobe or slip and then… Read More ›


by Bea Garth ceramic sculpture, copyright 2006 I (unconsciously) created this narrative, ceramic sculpture in celebration of the art and poetry  and music events at the Overpass Gallery as well as what I wanted to further create for Thursday Gig.


by Bea Garthcopyright 2008work still in progressNote: click on picture to see an expanded version This piece is inspired by my great grandfather Herman Sund.

Fallen Angel

Note: double click on pictures to see a larger image.by Bea Garth, copyright 2008scraffito-carved ceramic sculpture in progress, 2 views This piece seems to reflect “A Fallen Angel”– i.e., how one reacts to losing a relationship as well as reviewing… Read More ›

Eos Re-emerging

Note: double click to enlarge the pictureby Bea Garth,copyright 2008ceramic sculpture using carved engobe and colored terra sigillattas Note: Eos refers to the Goddess of the Dawn. I created this piece years ago in the early nineties beginning on the… Read More ›