UNDER THE GLAZE
Hello and thank you for coming to check out our site. We are Marlina and Amber, and this is the page for our humble ceramics business: Under the Glaze.
Under the Glaze was created as a way for us to share our passion and bring our unique ceramic works of art to you! We hope that when you take home our pieces that they will add a little bit of elegance to your everyday life!
We hope to see you there!
With the current COVID-19 Pandemic, many of our spring 2020 art fairs have been canceled or delayed. We will try to keep this page updated, but see our Facebook page for our most current updates. You can also use the contact form on this website to ask about specific events if you are unsure of the status.
WHERE YOU CAN FIND OUR WORK
Our Wonderful Purveyors
NOBLEMADE AT THE HAMILTON COUNTY VISITORS CENTER
839 Conner St
Find work by a variety of artists from the Noblesville area at this lovely gift shop generously run by Nickle Plate Arts.
About the Owners
Under the Glaze is the brainchild of Marlina Koonce and Amber McKibbin, Indiana artisans who create unique ceramic pieces that are works of art that are meant to be enjoyed at home apart of your everyday routine. They have been fast friends since their freshman year at Herron School of Art and Design. Since graduation, these artists have been busy collaborating in the classroom and studio, often discussing opening up a business of their own. So they finally made their plans official in late 2014/early 2015. They hope you enjoy their special creations.
Amber is greatly influenced by rich textiles, ornate patterns and henna designs in her work. By carving and using a slip trailer, she creates beautiful three-dimensional designs on her work, accented by underglaze painting and various glazes.
Marlina is also influenced by textiles and attributes much of her inspiration to her grandmother, a retired clothing designer and seamstress. She creates her work by rolling fabric and lace in her clay resulting in gorgeous texture. Marlina is also a lover of buttons and will often use them as accents on her piece.