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Clay Buttons

(Taken from her "About Me' Section of her Website)

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Tari Sasser is one of five editors to Art Bead Scene

Tari Sasser is a native of Ohio and resides in an area where unconventional artistic style makes a big splash against a conservative backdrop. She began her studio based company, Creative Impressions In Clay in 2002.



Tari began making handmade ceramic buttons out of a need from a new internet clothing company.The company had suggested she make buttons for their line of clothing and a button business was born.



Free Form Picasso-esque buttons are made by drawing freehand designs into the clay. They are then glazed with a palette of 6 colors. Size and design varies every time buttons are made.

This button style has no mold for the designs. All designs are unique with inspirations from many places. Every button is handmade from low fire white clay using bright under-glazes.

With each button being hand-painted they are miniature works of art that can be worn, used in jewelry or felting projects, or as embellishments on many different items.

You are only limited by your imagination as to the many uses of Tari's buttons. Tari loves the process of pottery and has been perfecting her technique for over 15 years.



Tari was asked to make Puzzle Buttons for a very nice lady with the LA Chapter of the Autism society. She always provides excellent craftsmanship to her many collectors.

Her products can be found in shops across the Midwest.
She is currently expanding to different markets via the internet. Uniquely different, every piece of art is an original.

She currently resides in Liberty Township, Ohio (burbs of Cincinnati) with her husband and children.

1 comment:

  1. I love the Picasso buttons! Very fun and original!

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