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Armel Hédé , porcelaine enfumée

Armel Hédé , porcelaine enfumée

Pamela Sunday makes hand built ceramic sculptures inspired by nature and    science. She is known for her meticulous craftsmanship and for testing the limits    of her chosen materials both in surface and form. Sunday lives and works in    Brooklyn, New York.

Pamela Sunday, hand builder of ceramic sculptures inspired by nature and science, is known for her meticulous craftsmanship and for testing the limits of her medium.

Ceramicist Haejin Lee creates sculptures that seem to unravel before your eyes, ceramic forms that open and splay outwards to make vessels unusable and faces far more interesting.

Ceramic Sculptures That Unravel Before Your Eyes

Ceramicist Haejin Lee designs sculptures that seem to unwind before your eyes, ceramic structures that free and splay outwards to make faces far more impressive. Using minimal color Lee instead concentrates on her shapeshifting sculptures,

Jun Kaneko.  He produced a large ‘Dango’ series of ceramic pieces resembling vases without openings. (Dango means ‘dumpling’ or ‘closed form’ in Japanese.)

Japanese ceramic artist Jun Kaneko - Jun Kaneko next to his Untitled, Dango, hand built glazed ceramics

'BICHO2' by Spanish ceramic artist Francesca D'Alfonso. Black with oxide refractory, 100 x 55 x 25 cm. source: the artist's site. via daily art muse

by Spanish ceramic artist Francesca D'Alfonso. Black with oxide refractory, 100 x 55 x 25 cm. via daily art muse

Tony Lattimer - ceramic sculpture

Black and white series no 6 2005 by Tony Lattimer Cornish Artist. but my kids would totally smash it.

Porcelain Vessels Inspired by the Ocean Sculpted by Jennifer McCurdy

Porcelain Vessels Inspired by the Ocean Sculpted by Jennifer McCurdy

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Jun Kaneko is a Japanese ceramic artist living in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. In 1942 he was born in Nagoya, Japan, where he studied painting during his high school years

Now that's a kiln! Jun Kaneko is a Japanese ceramic artist living in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. In 1942 he was born in Nagoya, Japan, where he studied painting during his high school years

ceramic : Roger Herman

Week Problem SolvingExcitement soon became uncertainty when I was faced with my first problem to solve for the Leach Potters Wheel Project… I am absolutely going to keep it and use it with my recently acquired basic throwing skills from a few.

Grayson Perry

Queer Urns and Quilts

Rosetta Vase from Grayson Perry's exhibition at the British Museum. His pots are an odd mixture of graphic art and ceramic, with social commentary.

Monumental vessels (2001-02) by American ceramic sculptor Peter Schlesinger (b.1948). Large round glazed stoneware 74 x 27 in. source: the artist's site. via the best time of the day

Monumental vessels by American ceramic sculptor Peter Schlesinger Large round glazed stoneware 74 x 27 in.

Italian Ceramics - "Cocoons" installation by Mirna Manni

Meeting Italian ceramic artists: Mirna Manni

This is an installation by Mirna Manni of ceramic cocoons. I like the impact that this makes, but it might be time consuming to make as many cocoons.

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