I got the pleasure of meeting an artist whose work I have long admired, Nancy Selvin. In fact, seeing her work for the first time a couple of years ago got me started on handbuilt bottle forms.
While I mainly know her through her clay work, I was not surprised to learn that she additionally creates in watercolor and gouache since aspects of a more painterly approach to her surfaces is the most striking part of her ceramic work. In fact from the right angle its easy to interpret her sculptural work as a drawing. In addition to her wonderful surfaces, her forms are very loose and open inviting you to investigate closer.
The marriage of the two aspects of her work – inviting forms and painterly surfaces – creates a collage effect especially in the wall vignettes she creates.
I highly recommend checking out her website and her work for yourself!