Virtual Ceramics ExhibitYour purchase supports this resource! The following is an exhibition of contemporary ceramics utilizing the Internet as the gallery space. Statements by the organizers, jurors and artists along with brief resumes and digitized photos of the selected work comprise this electronic exhibition. About the Exhibition Statement by Exhibition Organizers, Joe Molinaro and Richard Burkett. Other Ceramic/Art related information...Ceramics Today is a comprehensive independent ceramics site. Feel free to sign the guestbook for the Virtual Ceramics Exhibit.AardvarkClay.comHome | WikiClayCeramic artworks by Eva FunderburghEva Funderburgh is a ceramic artist located in Seattle, Washington. Coming from an education in chemistry and sculpture, she has focused herself on making strange whimiscal clay creatures. She works on exploring the colors natural to the clay and the finishing process of woodfire, and strives to present creatures that equally mix whimsy, mischief, and threat. Official website Facebook You might also like Comments Michael Dachstein Inspiration junkie :)
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