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Ceramic vessel

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Avital Sheffer - The Generous Vessel - The Ceramic School

Hi, my name is Avital and I’m going to show you how to hand constructing a large vessel form. Artist Statement My work is informed…

Small Red Lidded Urn with Fiddlehead Knob: Suzanne Crane: Ceramic Vessel | Artful Home

Growing up in a family of bird-watchers and botanists, Suzanne Crane watched her mother collect, identify, and press rare prairie plant specimens. She loved the abstract patterns that resulted. Today, Crane gathers plants on the wooded slopes and creek sides of the Blue Ridge Mountains, then presses them into her ceramic pieces. In addition to drawing inspiration from nature, Crane is influenced as much by chaos theory and fractal geometry as the Arts and Crafts Movement.All of Crane's…

Hand built ceramic vessel constructed with paper clay patches (Paula Cullen). Fired later to 1260°C (Cone 8). www.ceramicforms.com

Hand built ceramic vessel constructed with paper clay patches (Paula Cullen). Fired later to 1260°C (Cone 8). www.ceramicforms.com

Rebekka Guenther Ferbrache - Here are the first two arms, complete with the spiky texture. The spikes add SO much to these already-interesting shapes.

In regard to ceramic sculpture, I am a hand-builder – generally using the coil method. It’s a very methodical, slow-paced way to work, and I enjoy it for those reasons. I love seeing a …

Ceramic Lithic Vessels by Yasha Butler  #lithic #vessel #minimalist #ceramics #art #sculpture #yashabutler #simple #ancient #textured #wabisabi #interiordesigninspiration #statementpiece

Ceramic Lithic Vessels by Yasha Butler #lithic #vessel #minimalist #ceramics #art #sculpture #yashabutler #simple #ancient #textured #wabisabi #interiordesigninspiration #statementpiece

Céramiques de Zhu Ohmu -  Pour cette collection de céramiques baptisée « Plantsukuroi » , l’artiste a essayé de reproduire à la main le processus de création d’une imprimante 3D. La main humaine apporte aux pièces des imperfections et des « accidents » . Il utilise son inexpérience dans l’art de la céramique pour créer à partir des défauts d'en faire des atouts artistiques. Inspirée par le kintsukuroi japonais, il comble les fissures et les imperfections de ses oeuvres par des végétaux.

L'artiste pluridisciplinaire basée à Melbourne, Rose Wei, qui travaille sous le pseudonyme Zhu Ohmu, utilise l'art pour explorer la relation entre