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Brightly colored, whimsical, graphic describes the work of
Pat Church, founder of LPOMA hand-painted dinnerware.
Pat's self-taught art of ceramic painting, glazing and firing
began 18 years ago in her home studio in Rogers,
Arkansas, at 479-631-1596.
"My designs just come to me, and it can be something I
dream, or a scrap of patterned fabric that catches my eye,
or a trick of shadow and light in nature. They come to me
as color combinations first, then I arrange them into
patterns, adding dots or stripes, etc., for texture and a
All of Pat's dinnerware is triple-glazed and kiln-fired to
make them food and dishwasher safe.
Her work is sold at juried art shows and online at
LPOMA stands for "Little Piece of MY Art."