Indulge in a tea-drinking experience like never before with our Wendigo Exclusive Swamp Mug, a testament to the artistry of traditional pottery. Crafted with precision using the wheel throwing technique, each mug bears the mark of individuality with its subtly uneven edges and hand-carved details. Inspired by the intriguing beauty of murky waters, these mugs are more than just vessels; they are unique pieces of functional art that bring a touch of the mysterious to your daily rituals.
The mirrored black and gold glaze on each mug captures the essence of murky swamps, reflecting the depth of dark waters and the subtle shimmer of sunlight filtering through the mire. This stunning combination not only adds a touch of sophistication to your tea collection but also invites you to savor your favorite brew in a vessel that tells a story. With an ergonomically designed handle for comfort, and a potbelly shape for heat retention, the Wendigo Swamp Mug is a perfect blend of craftsmanship and inspiration, offering you a daily escape to the enchanting world of nature's mysteries.
Jason A. Trautz holds a BFA in Studio Art from Rowan University. He works in a variety of mediums including ceramics, metals, paintings, illustrations, fabrics, and craft arts.
His work has been featured in galleries such as: SALT Art Gallery (Old City Philadelphia), High Street Gallery (Glassboro, NJ), ZUZU Gallery(Collingswood, NJ), Markeim Arts Center (Haddonfield, NJ), The Camden County Cultural & Heritage Commission’s Hopkins House Gallery (Haddon Twp, NJ), and many more.
For the last eight years, Jason has worked as an artist in the Cincinnati area, where he has been fortunate to work with several local clients and clay studios. Currently, Jason is an Instructor at Queen City Clay, is co-owner of Magpie and Molly, and is Art Teacher at Heidt Center of Excellence and is the Ceramics Instructor at Cincinnati Arts and Technology Services.