Tag Archives: ceramics
Lithuanian designer, Marija Puipaite, explores & experiments with the tactile quality of materials. To this end, she calls herself a materialist. See Blogroll for a link.
Bench: Materials: maple, modeling foam, rubber / Wood – Material Experiments / Hair: Material Experiments: artificial hair & plastics / Embracing Touch: jewellery: silver, brass/bronze / Embracing Touch: materials: birch plywood, […]
Hand-building techniques of clay, & layer upon layer of glaze, oxide & stain: Hilary Mayo’s massed texture on ceramic. She works from London. See Blogroll for a link.
‘Elegant & rugged’: Canadian ceramist, Martina Lantin, uses earthenware to create tableware to evoke nostalgia. See Blogroll for a link.
Iterative Imitation installation view / Mug Pair / Quatrefoil Plate Pair / Low Lattice Blushing Brick / White on White Pitcher / Large Blushing Brick / Bowl / Passage / […]
Hand-built, hand-pinched, fluted ceramic vessels & small bowls by Young Mi Kim. Born in Korea, she lives in the USA. See Blogroll for a link.
Oxidation fired, stoneware / Hand pinched bowls with drawing – black clay/glaze/drawing / Oxidation fired, stoneware / Oxidation fired, stoneware / Hand pinched bowls – glazed/drawing/multiple pitfired / Oxidation fired, stoneware / […]
Beginning with a common form, Gunilla Maria Akesson’s porcelain, stoneware & earthenware vessels, evolve into unique pieces. She works from Sweden. See Blogroll for a link.
Container 2016: Red stoneware / Still Life 2014: Handbuilt red stoneware / Translucent 2015: Handbuilt southern ice porcelain / Vit – Svart – Röd (White-Black-Red) 2013: Handbuilt and thrown porcelain/earthenware / […]
Form & texture in the ceramic vessels of Michael Rice. The Irishman is Associate Professor of Sculpture at the American University in Dubai. See Blogroll for a link.
2009 Juddered Chromium Terracotta Sigillata Smoke fired / 2009 Juddered Terracotta Sigillata with red glaze Smoke fired / 2009 Juddered Terracotta and white Sigillata Smoke fired / Terracotta Sigillata Form, […]
Swedish ceramist, Pernilla Norrman, uses clay she takes directly from the ground of a local abandoned brickworks. See Blogroll for a link.
2011 Rhösska Arts Crafts Shop, Gothenburg / 2008 Sjöbo art gallery Detail (4 meters long) / 2010 Blickwecksel Hovdala Castle / Loop series, wall pieces / 2008 Hovdala Castle, Ceramics […]
Norvald Hemre’s porcelain & clay art, is sometimes initially cast with the use of balloons to form his pieces. He lives in Norway. See Blogroll for a link.
Soft paste porcelain using the nerikomi technique. The delicate & exquisitely patterned bowls of Dorothy Feibleman, U.S.A. See Blogroll for a link.
Bowl 95 / B83 / Untitled / Untitled / Untitled / Collection of Petal Sake Cups & Plates / Collection of Petal Sake Cups & Plates / Bowl 6 / […]