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Ceramic artist Tomoko Konno

Ceramic artist Tomoko Konno

Isabelle Leclercq.  This texture resembles layered paper or wood.  I like the transition between vertical and horizantle elements--it creates movement

This texture resembles layered paper or wood. I like the transition between vertical and horizantle elements--it creates movement

Seramik

The nest series is about the balance between protecting and trapping. Each nest has an item that is exposed to the viewer through its outer shell but also shielded by its webbing.

there is movement in this ceramic wave, there is a lot of texture shown and the wave appears that it is moving.                                                                                                                                                     More

Ocean-Inspired Ceramic Sculptures Resemble Cresting Waves

Denise Romecki Ceramic Sculpture -Craftsmanship: Aptitude, skill, or quality workmanship in use of tools and materials.

Peter Simpson (British, b.1943) | A 'Split' Form, circa 1974  #ceramics #pottery

Peter Simpson (British, A 'Split' Form, circa 1974 - Contemporary Ceramics - 20 - 24 November 2010 - Auction Atrium

WILLY VERGINER

༻✿༺ ❤️ ༻✿༺ Life-Like and Whimsical Wooden Sculptures by Italian Artist Willy Verginer ༻✿༺ ❤️ ༻✿༺

Densely Textured Sculptures Produced From Thousands of Porcelain Spines by Artist Zemer Peled

Densely Textured Sculptures Produced From Thousands of Porcelain Spines by Artist Zemer Peled

Israeli born artist Zemer Peled creates surprising sculptures made from thousands porcelaine spines. She imagines abstract creatures that seem to be alive when we look at them.

Sea-Inspired Porcelian Sculptures | Karvt

actegratuit: “ Sea of Memory, Noriko Kuresumi, a Japanese artist making anemone-looking sea creatures out of porcelain. In her artist statement she writes: “ The sea is the origin of life. All lives are connected and have been supporting each.

anne marie laureys - Clay-e-motion glazed vessel/04

Clay-e-motion glazed by AnneMarie Laureys Ceramics

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