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Line Cup Kijama Tomoe Kyoto City Born in Kyoto City Bronze Art Crafts High School Graduated from Ceramics Major Kurashiki University of the Arts graduated from Ceramic Art University (7.4 × H 5.7)

Line Cup Kijama Tomoe Kyoto City Born in Kyoto City Bronze Art Crafts High School Graduated from Ceramics Major Kurashiki University of the Arts graduated from Ceramic Art University × H

juliette clovis

juliette clovis (The Jealous Curator)

Oh, mon Dieu! This is the porcelain work of French artist Juliette Clovis. Butterflies, flowers, and spiky growths! Here is part of her statement about this body {pun totally intended} of work: “… [Ju

A Ceramic Coffee Mug Covered in Crystals Isn't Something I Thought I Needed, Until Now

A Ceramic Coffee Mug Covered in Crystals Isn't Something I Thought I Needed, Until Now

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts Daily archives, turns up lots of articles on various ways to print on clay. But... Read More »

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts

Great use of line, shape, form, colour, texture, space and value in this panel of one inch square tiles.

Artist: Chris Gryder: Ceramic Tiles > Soft and True Autumn. Knowing our Season on the inside and expressing it beyond our own borders on the outside. This would be so lovely in any room, like a quilt made of sand and stone.

Bubblewrap Using the Transfer Method to Create Interesting Glaze Patterns on Pottery | Ceramic Arts Daily

Bubblewrap Using the Transfer Method to Create Interesting Glaze Patterns on Pottery Ceramic Arts Daily

Ceramics by Atelier Stella / on the blog!

Adorable Planters by Atelier Stella

Looking like some irresistible cross between swirling windblown feathers and soft soft scales, these works of art by Fenella Elms are sure to have your fingers twitching for a feel. T...

Looking like some irresistible cross between swirling windblown feathers and soft soft scales, these works of art by Fenella Elms are sure to have your fingers twitching for a feel. Tumblers based on Texture

Melanie FERGUSON Portfolios - incredible ceramic art!

Melanie FERGUSON Portfolios - incredible detailing on this piece with an interesting contour at the top

a vegetable peeler helps make the faceted design on this vase

Studio Tour :: Kirkwood Clay Pottery

a vegetable peeler helps make the faceted design on this vase- Studio Tour of Kirkwood Clay Pottery. Based of our Greensboro, North Carolina