"Balance is the ideal."
All of Julie Cline's work is thrown on the potter's wheel. She forms each jar, bowl, plate, vase and pitcher from a smooth red earthenware clay, applying a combination of glazes and lusters in decoration. Each piece is fired up to four times, and often takes up to two weeks to complete.

The forms of Cline's pottery are an interpretation of "classical" shapes, both eastern (Pacific Rim) and western (early Greek and Roman). Balance is Cline's ideal when working on the wheel or designing and painting the form.