Large Bowl

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Bowls by Kerry Hastings Ceramics. International ceramic artist Kerry Hastings makes ceramic vessels which explore themes such as harmony and discord, colour and form, silhouette and contour. Pottery Bowls, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Thrown Pottery, Slab Pottery, Pottery Studio, Mccarty Pottery, Pottery Wheel, Ceramic Clay

It’s What’s Inside That Counts

Peek-a-boo color is a trend that’s taken hold in a big way in the home accessories realm. It’s not like it’s something radically new, but somehow, it looks fresh; especially when …

View Large bowl by Beate Andersen on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Beate Andersen. Ceramic Tableware, Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Bowls, Pottery Bowls, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Earthenware, Stoneware, Sculptures Céramiques

Large bowl by BeateAndersen

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Black and white modern low vessel by HouseOfCeramics on Etsy Ceramic Pots, Ceramic Pottery, Slab Pottery, Origami Paper Art, Fire Clay, Sgraffito, Contemporary Ceramics, Plates And Bowls, Ceramic Artists

Black and white modern low vessel

This is a listing for a black and white contemporary dish. It its form it is somewhere in between a low vase and a platter. It is constructed from relatively thin slabs of low fire clay and treated with underglaze and glaze application. The glaze used on this item is food safe. While I would not advise to expose this dish to moisture for prolonged periods of time, storing and displaying fruit, nuts or candy would be perfectly fine. The dimensions of this dish are: 2 3\/4 x 9 1\/2 x 5 1\/2"

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Beate Andersen...big bowl..

From my visit at Silkeborg Bad...see here: www.silkeborgbad.dk/Default.aspx?ID=70 Jane Reumert, Beate Andersen, Gunhild Aaberg and Bodil Manz are my absolute favorites among danish ceramists.... Beate Andersen makes bowls with patterns inspired from many cultures.....and she does it in such a astonishing way...she surely knows what she´s doing..... see more of her work here: www.beate-andersen.dk/