Pottery & Painter

Born and raised in Kansas, Bill earned his Masters in Art Education at Wichita State University. With an incredible eye and a unique flair, Bill's pottery is as aesthetically pleasant to view as it is functional. Though, as you can see, Bill's passion is working with clay, but as his sketches and paintings demonstrate, his understanding and love of abstract and expressionism are undeniable.

Bill McReynolds

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Takes All Kinds
Tree Time
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Old Time Space
To Turn
Space And Time
Decsend
The Sunny Day
Drisel Time
Time in Space
Look Through the Glass and Time
Smmer Time
All The Trees
Summer Time

To Show a larger collection of Bill's Pottery is hard. Seeing is believing and his wide variety of works is on display in the Gallery 1001

“Ceramics is the oldest form of technology we have. After cooking meat, baking clay was the first thing that humans did to chemically alter our environment on purpose. You can’t make rice without cooking it in some kind of vessel, so clay pots go hand in hand with agriculture – our whole evolution is connected to it. There’s only a short period of history in which people haven’t been connected with pottery. There’s something incredibly grounding about an experience that connects you with the past like that”. 

Tallie Maughan