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More ceramic. Blog ceramique. Deesigns - Surface Pattern Design & Wrapping Paper Specialist. Circa Ceramics. Circa Ceramics is a collaborative studio team composed of the warm and wonderful Nancy Pizarro and Andy Witt.

Circa Ceramics

This dynamic duo creates a delicious world of candy-colored ceramic dishware, magnets, tiles, tabs, and cylinders adorned with their signature decals. Andy’s focus in the team is to produce the pieces (mugs, bowls, cylinders) using a pottery wheel that he converted from an awkward kickwheel to smooth motorized wheel. The clay, either porcelain or earthenware, is pressed into one of their handmade molds and formed on the whirling wheel with the aid of a wooden template, which carves away a consistent interior. This process is repeated for every single piece of dishware that Circa Ceramics creates. Nancy’s focus in the pair is on the surface design of the pieces. Mz Toner Technologies. Ceramic Wall Art and Backsplash Tile. Natalie Blake Studios was honored to be selected to create public art for the City of Tampa, Florida’s “ENCORE!”

Ceramic Wall Art and Backsplash Tile

Project, a 40+ acre mixed-use redevelopment district in Downtown Tampa. Our studio will create and install our handmade wall art tile on three concrete walls, each 20′ long, that run around the perimeter of ENCORE’s Trio apartment homes. Our tile murals will face the newly renovated Perry Harvey Sr. Park, which will serve as a gathering place and will feature a stage to be used for local musicians, outdoor cinema, and other entertainment purposes. Caverne : Nur. Built with Indexhibit. L'oeil dans sa poche - Portraits de créateurs en Rhône-Alpes : Arts plastiques, Design, Photographie, Céramique, Illustrations, Graphismes,... Marie Verlet-Nezri. Ulrike Weiss Ceramiques. Cours - Ulrike Weiss Ceramiques. FLORENCE BRUYAS - céramiste plasticienne - L'oeil dans sa poche.

Atelier Ceramique - Benadette Andrieu, artisan à Toulouse. Bernadette Andrieu ne fait que ce qu’elle veut. Weekly wrap up + paper scrap light. It’s a whopping 70 degrees in Brooklyn right now, so I’m going to get out from under the pile of packing boxes in our house and get some fresh air. Before I head out, I wanted to share this beautiful (and totally genius) DIY light project that graphic designer Gabrielle Guy created for a friend. After moving into a new house and finding an old lantern left behind, Gabrielle decided to cut strips from scrap paper and glue them onto the shade. Two days later, the result was an incredibly stunning artichoke-like lamp that looks expensive but cost close to nothing.

I’m so impressed with this project that I had to share it as inspiration for the weekend. Sylvie lorne: c- Imprints. Les films choisis par l'Atelier des Arts et Techniques Céramiques. c'est mieux. Liste des films disponibles en consultation à la vidéothèque de l’INMA (Institut national des métiers d’art) Institut national des métiers d’art, Viaduc des Arts, 23 avenue Daumesnil, 75012 Paris Centre de ressources ouvert à tous les publics du mardi au vendredi, de 14 à 18h. Intranet IPC.

Black and White Retro. Valerie Zimany. Delicious.

Valerie Zimany

I love the organic, anamorphic quality these abstract pieces have along with the gorgeous glazing. This is also an instance where I am happy to see evidence of the mold making proccess, usually I think that is something that should be left in private, like overgrown nose hairs or toenails. Pay attention to future On Etsy posts. Zimany has two very distinct bodies of work, of which these sculptures are one and delightful vessels are the other which I hope to post about soon. Cinderelish. Valerie Zimany. Eva Hild » Galerie NeC nilsson et chiglien. English « Influence, pressure, strain.

Eva Hild » Galerie NeC nilsson et chiglien

These words have been the foundation for my current projects that comprise communicating the theme in large, hand-built clay forms. Delicate continously flowing entities in white thinbuilt clay. They reflect varying degrees of external and internal pressures, and how, as a consequence, perception of inner and outer space is changed or challenged. My sculptures are bodies, exposed to pressure and movements. My fascination is about the relationship between the internal and external realities; the dualism between inside and outside, content and form, feeling and shape, impression and expression.

It is a reflection of my inner landscapes of form. New Work - RUAN HOFFMANN. Kelly McKibben, Kelly McKibben cermics, Kelly McKibben ceramic artist. Kathy King - Online Portfolio. Contact - Julie Guyot. VERRE - VERRE - JULIE LOAEC. Clémentine Dupré - Ceramic Artist. [ [ karima duchamp ] ] Video. Porcelain sculpture by Shigekazu Nagae, 'Forms in Succession #5', 2011, Powerhouse Museum Collection.


This beautiful porcelain sculpture, Forms in Succession #5 created by Japanese potter Shigekazu Nagae dances beautifully in this video. The paper look-alike form somehow evokes the aesthetics of origami, Japanese paper folding. Made by using slip-cast techniques, the porcelain speaks of its origin yet shyly introduces itself to international audiences. This piece was recently acquired by the Powerhouse Museum, supported by The Ceramic Collectors Society in Australia. It was made in the pottery town of Seto, known for centuries as the cradle of Japanese utilitarian ceramics. Ceramic exhibition. From Wednesday 27 November 2013 until Friday 14 February 2014 the Officine Saffi Ceramic Arts Gallery will be presenting the first solo show in Italy by Robert Cooper (Sheffield, UK, 1949).The exhibition presents a wide range of themes by this ceramic artist of consolidated renown: he has been dedicated many international exhibitions, both solo and group shows, and his works are present in important collections all over the world.

ceramic exhibition

The exhibition offers an ideal opportunity to learn more about Robert Cooper’s artistic approach, in particular by means of the “Tea Caddies” series, with printed motifs and other forms of decoration.Robert Cooper’s collage-type style that he applies to the production of his ceramics, with layers of screen-printed images and surfaces onto which other motifs are pressed, inspired the gallery’s decision to present Cooper’s tea caddies together with designer textiles. Ronald McDonald House Chicago Donor Wall: Blue Ceramic. Sylvia Sherr - Ceramic Beings. Suzanne Stumpf - Ceramic Artist - Interactive Sculpture. Steve Belz Ceramics. Steve Belz's profile on Ceramics Now Magazine - View his works “The environment is in a delicate balance between well-being and decline.

Steve Belz Ceramics

For a healthy society, we must be responsive to the fact that all of our activities affect the Earth. My sculptures express the beauty of nature and the tension created by man’s manipulation of our environment. I use the beauty of form to increase the viewer’s emotional connection with nature. This connection to nature can expand one person’s, and ultimately our society’s compassion for the natural world. Historically we have manipulated plants by gathering seeds, grafting limbs, and controlling pollination of plants with traits we find favorable. A plate a day. ERIC PARDUE. Brisbane à la mode. Amanda small. (Mud)Bucket. Reflections. Contemporary Ceramics. Alphabet Cup: Iguana (front) by Hannah Niswonger presented by Ferrin Gallery. Stephanie DeArmond. Maeder. « La passion guide les mains de Rebecca Maeder quand elle travaille la céramique. Mais c’est la raison qui mène à bien ses projets. Elle fait ce qu’elle ressent et ce qu’elle pense, mais elle pense aussi à ce qu’elle fait et à ce qu’elle ressent.

Peut-être que ce qui m’intéresse le plus dans une oeuvre d’art, c’est sa façon d’attirer mon attention et de me faire douter de mes certitudes et incertitudes. J’aime ce potentiel car cela me permet de regarder les objets et le monde d’un autre oeil. Une des qualités distinctives dans l’oeuvre de Rebecca Maeder est sa ténacité à pouvoir reculer pour mieux avancer. L' Usage des jours - 365 objets en céramique. Claire Marfisi bijoux contemporains en céramique.

Sculptures. Contenants. Blog. Shop: Rectangular pendant with ceramic tooth - The Clay Studio. Brian Jones: Recent Work - The Clay Studio. January 6 through January 29, 2012 Jones is a studio artist living and working in Portland Oregon.

Brian Jones: Recent Work - The Clay Studio

He received his BFA from NYSCC at Alfred University, and his MFA in 2007 from Southern Methodist University, Houston, TX. Bazar Tsé & Tsé Plat Creux Surpiqué Turquoise. A m y s a n t o f e r r a r o - HAWAII'S YESTERDAY (DETAIL) Céramique comtemporaine. Daniel Ricardo Teran. Galerie Besson - Artists. Artists at Galerie Besson Galerie Besson closed in June 2011.

Galerie Besson - Artists

From 1988, until its close in 2011, Galerie Besson exhibited work by an international range of ceramic artists. The following is a list of artists who exhibited regularly at Galerie Besson over the years. Please note these pages are for archive purposes only. Images of work are representational images only. Blade Rubber Stamps Hero Cling Stamps : 2010 Hero Cling Stamps. Tampon clear stamps alphabet plaquette 14 cmx18.

Kemper Sgraffito Tools. CERAMIC ART LONDON 2012. Valeria Nascimento. Susan O'Byrne - Current Work. Photostore. Ruth King Ceramics - portfolio. Ikuko iwamoto ceramics top. Oriel // Gallery. Myung Nam An - Ceramics - Exhibitions. Nancy Selvin Studios - Still Lifes. Angela Cunningham, Ceramic Artist. You and I and Things That Fly. Upcoming Exhibitions. Clay Art Center is proud to present Brooke Noble: You and I and Things That Fly, a solo exhibition featuring evocative narrative functional pottery and wall work that celebrate a series of winged wonders by New York ceramic artist Brooke Noble.

Upcoming Exhibitions

In the gallery will be a plethora of whimsical and colorful forms, each telling a story or a part of a story, evoking our emotions and jogging our memories. Brooke states “You & I and Things That Fly is an exhibit that celebrates the ‘winged wonders’ within our universe that spend a majority of their time out of our common periphery. Birds regularly adorn the surface of my functional pottery and ceramic wall works, acting as a metaphor for human experience and social interaction. This body of work expands beyond the ornithological theme to include anything that may occupy the sky. As with everything that migrates or strays from its home, nest or point of origin, there is the inevitable return from the air to the earth and eventually…home.” : f l e u r y b l u e : Honeycomb wall vessels. June 24, 2010 A rare bit of functionality is showing up in some of my new work. : debra : Mudflat Open Studio May 15, 2010.

Escultures : Rosa Amorós. Sculpture - MARIT KATHRINER site. Festical Ceramique Paris 11 - Edition 2010. Members: Jamie Tao _ Profile. By Vaughn Fender Members Hello, my name is Jamie Tao, and I am a doodle addict. Megan Bogonovich. BIJOUX GUM - Guillaume Goisque createur de bijoux dans le Var - Villecroze.