Clare Conrad - stoneware ceramics:

Scooped rim vessel by Clare Conrad Clare Conrad - stoneware ceramics - gallery

Ceramiques

Chawan Wabi Sabi Japanese Style Shigaraki Clay Tea Bowl Matcha Tea Ceremony Teabowl George Watson, what a wonderful finish

Hand doorboorde keramische thee licht kaars houder. De paardebloem ontwerp werken perfect met de porselein bol en het ziet er zo leuk als verlichten. U kunt het gebruiken als een thee licht houder, hetzij als een decoratieve schip voor uw tafel of plank.  Deze klassieke sfeer me jarenlang nu volgt en ik hou van nieuwe varianten van het maken en om de mogelijkheden te ontdekken. Het object is slip gegoten in Limoges-porselein uit een schimmel die ik heb ontworpen en gemaakt. De inrichting is…

Delicate porcelain Tea light holder with hand carved dandelion design from Wapa Studio.

Brain on pottery ->> Brain on numbers ->> . So while London is getting covered in snow, trains get cancelled and communications go haywire, I take some time to finish putting together the numbers in anticipation of my first tax return. Admittedly, it’s gruelling work which needs a brain that runs at a high speed for days on end. I’ll need two of those. . . . . #pottery #ceramics #stoneware #potter #twinearthceramics #dinnerware #propstylist #interiorstyling #interiordesign #grey #cheflife…

Brain on pottery ->> Brain on numbers ->> . So while London is getting covered in snow, trains get cancelled and communications go haywire, I take some time to finish putting together the numbers in anticipation of my first tax return. Admittedly, it’s gruelling work which needs a brain that runs at a high speed for days on end. I’ll need two of those. . . . . #pottery #ceramics #stoneware #potter #twinearthceramics #dinnerware #propstylist #interiorstyling #interiordesign #grey #cheflife…

Jun Kaneko is a Japanese ceramic artist living in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. His works in clay explore in the effects of repeated abstract surface motifs

SCULPTURE 1 - Jun Kaneko is a Japanese ceramic artist living in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. His works in clay explore in the effects of repeated abstract surface motifs

David Brown

David Brown ceramics--gorgeous blue palette (teeny tiny hint of brownish orange in the little craters make it interesting)

Pinterest
Search