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2014 ICAA 1st Prize, Bankstown Koori Elders Group, After The Rain Bungle Bungle, 2013 © the artists, photo by Jamie Durrant.

2014 ICAA Prize, Bankstown Koori Elders Group, After The Rain Bungle Bungle, 2013 © the artists, photo by Jamie Durrant.

Size does matter, writes Tacoma, Washington artist Jon Almeda on his pottery website. Tiny hand thrown ceramics at 1” (2.54cm) scale are now Almeda's specialty, despite starting his career with much bigger pieces.

This Artist Makes Incredibly Tiny Pottery By Hand

Size does matter, writes Tacoma, Washington artist Jon Almeda on his pottery website. Tiny hand thrown ceramics at scale are now Almeda's specialty, despite starting his career with much bigger pieces.

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white stoneware girls by Leah Reena. Who happen to look like my sister and…

Doug Baulos, DETAIL, printed ceramics; on exhibit at Clay & Print IV in the Museum of Printing History, Houston; organized in conjunction with the National Council on the Education of Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Conference which took place March 20th to 23rd 2013.

on exhibit at Clay & Print IV in the Museum of Printing History, Houston; organized in conjunction with the National Council on the Education of Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Conference which took place March to

Australian Indigenous Artist Carlene Thompson's ceramic pot. . She started painting in 2007 and then went on ceramics. with a residency at Adelaide's Jam Factory. Her daughter Vivian is a noted ceramist, and two of her four girls are painters.

She started painting in 2007 and then went on ceramics. with a residency at Adelaide's Jam Factory. Her daughter Vivian is a noted ceramist, and two of her four girls are painters.

Sarit Reshef - Mine will be Coconut Shells with Paper & Glow and Plastic Shopping Bags...

Sarit Reshef - Mine will be Coconut Shells with Paper & Glow and Plastic Shopping Bags.

Artist Creates Miniature Hand-Thrown Pottery Small Enough to Sit on Your Fingertip - My Modern Met

Artist Creates Miniature Hand-Thrown Pottery Small Enough to Sit on Your Fingertip

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