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Trompe L’Oeil Ceramic Sculptures That Imitate The Natural Appearance Of Decaying Wood

Ceramicist Christopher David White has created a collection of hyperrealistic ceramic sculptures that imitate the natural appearance of decaying wood, using a trompe l’oeil technique.

Portfolio | Eric Serritella | Ceramic Trompe L'oeil

Portfolio | Eric Serritella | Ceramic Trompe L'oeil

Art, Woodland, Autumn, Botanical, Leaf Skeleton - Limited Edition Glicee Print from Original Drawing

Art, Botanical, Winter, Natural History, Leaf Skeleton - Limited Edition Glicee Print from Original Drawing.

Ah Leon (Ching-Liang Chen) (1953- ), Taiwanese / Trunk Teapot with Bent Branch No. 749, 1994, earthenware / The Donna Moog Collection, Racine Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin, USA

Ah Leon Trunk Teapot with Bent Branch No. 1994 Earthenware 11 ½ x 10 ¾ x 5 inches Racine Art Museum, Gift of David and Jacqueline Charak Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine

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Unraveling Ceramic Sculptures are an Reminder of Quickly Passing Time By Haejin Lee

Ceramicist Christopher David White perfectly captures the sense of wood through ceramics, portraying realistic ceramic sculptures that imitate the natural form of decaying wood. By using a trompe l’oeil technique, White makes the viewer to

Sculptor Christopher David White creates impressive ceramic sculptures, which resemble the characteristic of wood through a trompe l’oeil style.

Sculptor Christopher David White creates impressive ceramic sculptures, which resemble the characteristic of wood through a trompe l’oeil style.

Amazing ceramic teapots that look like tree branches

Beautiful Ceramic Teapots Shaped Like Weathered Tree Parts

Beautiful Ceramic Teapots Shaped Like Weathered Tree Parts - Trompe L'oeil teapot series by Eric Serritella (yes, it's pottery)

Bind my wandering heart to thee wood sign, Bible verse wall decor, inspirational…

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Palle di Natale 2015 new by Le Palle

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