Eric Darrow is a ceramic artist who has been working in clay for over 35 years. His love of Asian, Arts and Crafts and Mid-Century pottery is evident in his work. Darrow utilizes the familiar, basic forms of vases and containers but have the personal, emotional impact of works of art.
A native Californian Eric studied in Claremont and Laguna Beach. His work is highly sought after and is in many major collections.
Rochelle Darrow is an accomplished landscape designer who also enjoys hiking and exploring the richness of our local mountains and foothills. Her love of nature is evident in her jewelry pieces. On an early morning hike with her dog Banjo, she often will collect a leaf or pod to press into a hand-formed porcelain shape to capture and enshrine. The pieces are fired, glazed and fired again to 2300 degrees. These porcelain charms are used to make beautiful jewelry with sterling silver, semiprecious stones, and cold forging techniques.
Rochelle, husband Eric and their son Bryce reside in the beautiful college town of Claremont, California, located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains.