Ceramic sculptures

Collection by Ines R. Dedic

Ines R. Dedic
katharine morling - ceramics (that look like line drawings!)

curated contemporary art /// katharine morling

Jacob Hashimoto

Review of Jacob Hashimoto: The Other Sun at Ronchini Gallery

13/07/12 Jacob Hashimoto: The Other Sun Ronchini Gallery 29 June – 28 August 2012 If you’re ever one to wander around with a feeling of having your head in the clouds, pop along to Jacob Hashimoto’s current exhibition at Ronchini Gallery. Walking in from the rainy street is like floating up to the less water-sodden cumulus above. Immediately, you are surrounded by suspended rice paper kites, some oval white ones just about head height; others, bluer, dangling aloft. Projecting below is a…

lina cofan ceramics

curated contemporary art /// lina cofán

Walk this way: “What Will You Leave Behind?” by Nino Sarabutra, where visitors are invited to walk on 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls.

Interactive Installation Invites Visitors to Walk On 100,000 Tiny Porcelain Skulls

In the interactive installation "What Will You Leave Behind?" by Nino Sarabutra, visitors are invited to walk on 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls that

Stephen Booth

Alaaddin's Magic Lamp

ByersMcCurryStudio.com - Red Sky - Totem Series

Santa Fe, NM

Ceramic and Mixed Media Sculpture, Santa Fe, NM by Holden McCurry and Ed Byers

Moni Blom – An artist in Clay and Fine art

I show and sell my work at juried art shows in California and Arizona as well as exhibiting in museum shows. My hand built slab sculptures, masks, totems, and wall pieces are in the collections of commercial enterprises and private individuals.

Whimsical Ceramic Sculptures by Megan Bogonovich | Hi-Fructose Magazine

Whimsical Ceramic Sculptures by Megan Bogonovich

Like Alice eagerly hoisting herself into the opening of the rabbit hole, the characters in Megan Bogonovich’s ceramic sculptures appear to be the protagonists of fantastical adventures. The a…

Clay figurine artists from Abramtsevo

Moscow arts centre - Abramtsevo Situated 30 miles from Moscow, in a forest in close proximity to the Trinity Monastery at Sergiev Posad, lies the Abramtsevo museum and artists colony, an intellectual and artistic center that played a significant role in the development of Russian culture in the 19th Century. Abramtsevo first came to prominence in 1843, when the estate was bought by Sergei Aksakov, a writer famous for his semi-autobiographical tales of aristocratic Russian life and treatises…

Ceramic pod forms by Debra Fleury


The hands of fiber artist, Maria Hwang Levy by photographer Eric Swansen. See more of Eric's beautiful photographs here. seeds encase...