AT CERAMICS AND THEORY, WE MAKE UNEXPECTED THINGS.
WE BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF EXPRESSION, HONESTY, AND FRUSTRATION; OF SURPRISE AND CAMARADERIE.
Integrity is important to our design process. Simple forms and excellent craftsmanship ensure you get a classy piece that adds just the right wink and sparkle to your home.
Got something to say? Get in touch below to discuss custom work.
We use a fine, white porcelain clay which is fired to over 2300 degrees Fahrenheit to become glass-like, water-tight, and food-safe. Finely thrown and seemingly delicate, porcelain is quite robust--a delicate cup with a strong message.
Unless otherwise noted, all pieces are dish washer and microwave safe, although we recommend hand washing—be careful, yo!
Each piece of pottery is made and decorated by hand in Brooklyn, New York.
Dustin Yager has been working with clay for more than a dozen years, carefully developing expertise in working with porcelain on the pottery wheel. Prior to coming to New York in 2016, he lived and worked in Minneapolis and Chicago. Dustin has exhibited his work across the country and internationally, and given presentations about his practice at the Walker Art Center, the National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) and Pecha Kucha Chicago. He is originally from Wyoming.
We would be just delighted to see you at any of the upcoming parties and sales!
RENEGADE NEW YORK
november 17-18 11 am - 5 pm
Metropolitan Pavilion, Manhattan
december 8 - 9, 11 am - 7 pm
Brooklyn Expo Center
C+T Studio sale
dec 14, 6 - 9 pm; dec 15, 12 - 5 pm
40 Park Street, Bushwick
One of a kind pieces and small editions
Please email me for more information about these and other works available.
Be a pal
Ceramics + Theory is available at fine craft galleries and boutiques from coast to coast.
Interested in beginning a relationship? Feel like recommending me to your favorite local haunt?
Contact me for information on wholesale purchases.
Dustin Yager teaches at two studios in New York, and you can register for classes directly through those organizations:
Greenwich House Pottery in the West Village
Gasworks NYC on 20th in Park Slope
Gasworks also offers private lessons and you can request Dustin as your instructor.