Organic Ceramic Bowl  Spice Bowl  Pottery Bowl by susansimonini                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Organic Ceramic Bowl - Spice Bowl - Pottery Bowl

franceslambe3  The work springs from visual research into disparate areas of interest including geography, biology, botany and astronomy. She is fascinated by the visual ‘inter-relatedness’ of life on our planet. Life forms that exist underwater mimic those on land. Visual information distilled from a variety of sources is combined in individual pieces. Observed effects of weathering on surfaces influences the form and texture of the work.

franceslambe3 The work springs from visual research into disparate areas of interest including geography, biology, botany and astronomy. She is fascinated by the visual ‘inter-relatedness’ of life on our planet. Life forms that exist underwater mimic those on land. Visual information distilled from a variety of sources is combined in individual pieces. Observed effects of weathering on surfaces influences the form and texture of the work.

Ceramics by Maggie Barnes at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2009. Marine form - Signature - unglazed porcelain, 10cm x 11cm.  Photography by David Chalmers Limited

Ceramics by Maggie Barnes at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2009. Marine form - Signature - unglazed porcelain, 10cm x 11cm. Photography by David Chalmers Limited

‘Reversed Volumes' from Mischer'Traxler Creates Vegetable Bowls #ceramic trendhunter.com

Ceramic Bowls Molded from Vegetables

‘Reversed Volumes' from Mischer'Traxler Creates Vegetable Bowls #ceramic trendhunter.com

I love these pieces so much! They are screaming: Touch me! I met a blind pianist in Italy who had a wonderful collection of ceramics. He taught me how to see with my hands. I still remember him touching his ceramics and saying: aren’t they beautiful? I know that he would be delighted to … … Continue reading →

I love these pieces so much! They are screaming: Touch me! I met a blind pianist in Italy who had a wonderful collection of ceramics. He taught me how to see with my hands. I still remember him touching his ceramics and saying: aren’t they beautiful? I know that he would be delighted to … … Continue reading →

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