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Avital Sheffer - Ceramic Art

Avital Sheffer - Ceramic Art Love these :-)

The ceramic art of Seiko Wakasugi | Photo by  T. Minamoto

The Ceramic Art of Seiko Wakasugi

The ceramic art of Seiko Wakasugi | Photo by T. Minamoto

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts Daily archives, turns up lots of articles on various ways to print on clay. But... Read More »

From Flat to Round: Screen Printing Glaze Patterns onto Pottery

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts

Bubblewrap Using the Transfer Method to Create Interesting Glaze Patterns on Pottery | Ceramic Arts Daily

Using the Transfer Method to Create Interesting Glaze Patterns on Pottery

Bubblewrap Using the Transfer Method to Create Interesting Glaze Patterns on Pottery Ceramic Arts Daily

Line Cup Kijama Tomoe Kyoto City Born in Kyoto City Bronze Art Crafts High School Graduated from Ceramics Major Kurashiki University of the Arts graduated from Ceramic Art University (7.4 × H 5.7)

Line Cup Kijama Tomoe Kyoto City Born in Kyoto City Bronze Art Crafts High School Graduated from Ceramics Major Kurashiki University of the Arts graduated from Ceramic Art University × H

The artist says that these handmade ceramic creations tell stories…   “My work tends to be small and mysterious – even to me. In an effort to understand my work better I started to ask the things I made what they were about. When I sat with them very quietly, and listened, I could hear that they had things to say – these are their (smallest) stories.”  Bonnie Marie Smith

Smallest stories made in ceramic by Bonnie Marie Smith Ceramic art that tells the Smallest Stories By Bonnie Marie Smith

Looking like some irresistible cross between swirling windblown feathers and soft soft scales, these works of art by Fenella Elms are sure to have your fingers twitching for a feel. T...

Looking like some irresistible cross between swirling windblown feathers and soft soft scales, these works of art by Fenella Elms are sure to have your fingers twitching for a feel. Tumblers based on Texture

Wall art Swallows in Flight White Porcelain bird wall sculpture Modern Ceramic art for home decor wall decor set of 5

Wall art Swallows in Flight White Porcelain bird wall sculpture Modern Ceramic art for home decor wall decor set of 5 READY TO SHIP

Wall art Swallows in Flight White Porcelain bird wall sculpture Modern Ceramic art for home decor wall decor set of 5

ceramic wall art of syra gómez

The Stunning Ceramic Art of Syra Gómez Now at DSHOP

DSHOP - Porcelain Clematis Flowers for table, wall or ceiling

Tile, ceramic art tile, Fireflies, 4 x 8 inches wall tile by MedicineBluffStudio on Etsy Memories of cool fall nights with my brother and sister chasing fireflies.

Tile, ceramic art tile, Fireflies, 4 x 8 inches wall tile

Tile, ceramic art tile, Fireflies, 4 x 8 inches wall tile by MedicineBluffStudio on Etsy Fond summer memories of lightning bugs and fun evenings.

How to Transform Your Clay Body into a Casting Slip- Ceramic Arts Daily

How to Transform Your Clay Body into a Casting Slip

How to Transform Your Clay Body into a Casting Slip- Ceramic Arts Daily - Paul Wandless

Michael W Moses Pottery: The Fantastic Ceramic Art Pottery of Mitchell Grafton of Panama City, FL

Michael W Moses Pottery: The Fantastic Ceramic Art Pottery of Mitchell Grafton of Panama City, FL Trees Keka❤❤❤

This teapot ishandmade in small art pottery studio in eastern europe.    Made of black clay and hand carved design.    The teapot is perfectly

ceramic teapot pottery tea pots teapot ceramic art by Avanturine

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 →

Chris Garofalo 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?

Yen Yen Lo|Ceramic Art|Melbourne | Bells

If you’re anything like us, you’ll quite fancy the look of these handcrafted bells by Melbourne ceramic.

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