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Fenella Elms - Ceramics Artist - Edges Wow! Gorgeous. Looks like each sheet has right angle sides that fit on top of last sheet. Beautiful


Laura McNamara is a ceramic artist based at Co.Waterford, Ireland. She creates beautiful sculptural ceramics with porselain clay and draws ispiration from the world of science and mother nature


Fenella Elms - Ceramics Artist - Flows "Mounted for wall hanging, these works are intuitively built in porcelain clay to create shifting perspectives. Individually made beads of clay joined to a sheet of porcelain with slip before the whole work is fired together to make one, single piece."


Love the colors! Ellen Sachtschale Ceramic Artist & Instructor Ellen Sachtschale is best known for the natural forms of her Garden Vessels and Blessing Bowls. She shares her original ceramic techniques in workshops and in courses she teaches at Civic Arts Education in Walnut Creek, CA.


Fenella Elms - Edges - Ceramic artist. Delicate, porcelain ribbons joined with slip to creating an intricate structures -built on an under-sheet of porcelain - fired together.

from Lost At E Minor: For creative people

Ultra realistic ceramic sculptures that look like wood

Despite the cracks in the wood, the apparent decay, and the growth of moss, would you believe these aren’t pieces of lumber, but rather ceramics? Artist Christopher David White uses clay as his material in making deceptive sculptures that are simply mind-boggling. Works like ‘Asphyxia’ (the human head) and ‘Cycle of Decay’ (the wooden hand) […] @Jana Rawling