Ceramics by Jongjin Park

Ceramics by Jongjin Park

  “Jongjin Park (South Korea -1982), investigates the remarkable ability of ceramics to deceive the eye. By experimenting with layering paper and porcelain slip, he has created giant millefeuilles which are at once delicate, strong and have an almost wood-like...
Ceramics by Karen Harsbo

Ceramics by Karen Harsbo

Born in 1963 in Japan, Karen Kitani Harsbo currently lives and works in Denmark. She’s an artist, ceramist, educator, and researcher at Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. She co-curated The Magic of Clay at Gallery Holtegaard in Denmark featuring artists...
Ceramics by Toby Duncan

Ceramics by Toby Duncan

Born in 1978, Toby Duncan studied Fine Art at Norwich School of Art, and Kingston University, UK. The rich surfaces in his ceramics are achieved by firing the pieces several times. They and are often cut, sand-blasted, reworked and embedded or enveloped in fresh, raw...
Ceramics by Cécile Bichon

Ceramics by Cécile Bichon

Cécile Bichon is French artist based in Paris. She’s not only a ceramicist but an illustrator and graphic designer. Some of her pieces are available for purchase here. I invite you to follow her Instagram:...
Ceramics by Turi Heisselberg Pedersen

Ceramics by Turi Heisselberg Pedersen

  Born in 1965, Turi Heisselberg Pedersen is a Danish ceramicist who graduated from Kolding School of Design, Denmark, in 1990. She lectured at Kolding School of Design from 1994 – 2007 and is a co-founder of Exhibition Room for New Ceramics, Copenhagen. The artist is...
Ceramics by Kirsten Perry

Ceramics by Kirsten Perry

In Kirsten Perry‘s own words: “I have a background in Industrial Design, Fine Art (Gold & Silversmithing) and Multimedia. Japanese culture and aesthetics are a major influence on my work. Wabi-sabi is a Japanese aesthetic evolved from Zen Buddhism...
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