Decorative vase with graphic multicolor surface par HouseOfCeramicsLe site événementiel de 750 grammes | Event 100% gourmandRuth Tomlinson — HomeLastnight I went to to the final shows at Royal College of Art to check new designers which, as always, proves interesting. My favourite from ceramics being Susan Nemeth who showed these amazing porcelain vessels. Sophie Manners uses of a variety of materials to create textiles that have an amazing feel like this one woven from silk, horsehair, viscose and raffia. Zemer Peled ‘I am walking in a forest of shards’ - Ya Wen Chou used some fascinating material experiments - Emile De Visscher creates a new process to create man-made nacre, allowing to coat any shape - ‘Pearling Time’ - the possibilities are endless!
Festival International de la Photographie Culinaire - Edition 2015Juul KraijerJuul Kraijer 1970 born in Assen, The Netherlands 1989-1994 Academy of Fine Arts Rotterdam, cum laude 1994 documentation-subsidy Erasmus Foundation 1995 startstipendium Fonds BKVB 1997 startstipendium Fonds BKVB 1997 Gerard Hordijk Travel Grant to Thiruvananthapuram, India 1998 basisstipendium Fonds BKVB 1998 Charlotte Köhler Prize 1999 travel grant India, Fonds BKVB 2000 Pendrecht Cultuur Prize 2001 two month working period in India studying traditional woodcarving 2002/2003 travel grant India. Fonds BKVB 2004 Philip Morris Kunstprijs 2004 3 month working period at the European Ceramic Work Centre, 's-Hertogenbosch, NL 2009 Thérèse van Duyl-Schwartze portretprijs Over the past twelve years I devoted myself entirely to drawing, making a total of two hundred and twenty drawings. Some of the changes came about in spite of myself. The drawings are all done on the same kind of paper and in charcoal or - when colour is needed - pastel. Drawings featuring swarms and flocks are the most recent.