Hand Painted Pottery with Animal and Dog Art by Nan Hamilton Boston MA

Bowls to Use

Little bowls, big bowls, they're the most useful of pots, something you reach for all the time. If you are interested in more information or to see more photos, please email info@nanhamilton.com.

A focused, hungry owl
is flying through this bowl.
This porcelain bowl is
2 1/2" high and 5 1/2" wide.

A duck, a hen, a dog, a cat and
a crow take a walk in this bowl.
This bowl is 2"
high and 4 1/4" wide.

An Octopus is a shy creature. This
one is hiding in his own blue pool.
This bowl is 2 1/4"
high and 5 3/4" wide.

Swimming around this little
porcelain bowl are three sardines.
This bowl is 1 3/4"
high and 5" wide.

This small stoneware rooster bowl would
be great for granola at breakfast.
This bowl is 2"
high and 4 1/2" wide.

This porcelain bowl features three
gazing giraffes waiting to be fed.
This bowl is 1 3/4"
high and 4 1/2" wide.

This stoneware bowl features a
bright country-style design.
This bowl is 3 1/4"
high and 7 1/2" wide.

This stoneware bowl has a ring-tailed
lemur curled up inside.
This little bowl is
2" high and 5" wide.

This stoneware bowl has three collared
lizards, ready to jump off the pot.
This bowl is 3 1/2"
high and 7 1/4" wide.

This little stoneware porcupine bowl is
5" wide and 2 1/4" high.
Did you know porcupines can climb trees?
They love apples...

This porcelain bowl with rapt cats is
6 3/4" wide and 3" high.
They've just been fed so
don't worry about the birds.

This small stoneware bowl with a sparrow
nestled inside 4 1/4" wide and 2" high.
Birds think bittersweet is good
to eat but it's an invasive species.

This stoneware bowl with hungry foxes is
7" wide and 2 3/4" high.
They are looking for dinner
in the forest.

This porcelain bowl with giggling pigs is 6 1/4" wide and 1 1/2" high. Don't know what these pigs think is so funny...

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