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Fiber Sculptures by Miriam Medrez

  Miriam Medrez's dialogue with the sculptures of Louise Bourgeois immediately places her in the psychoanalytic realm, begging for such a reading of her work. Though the sculptures cross over from subconscious language or symbols and moves into more...

Frances Priest’s Ceramics

Frances Priest is an artist, designer, and maker based in Edinburgh. "My current work explores and interprets languages of ornament from different cultures, places and periods in history. From my Edinburgh studio I create intricate and colourful ceramic...

Françoise Joris’ Porcelains

If you wonder how French ceramicist Françoise Joris creates these delicate porcelains, I invite you to watch the video below (in French). The process is fascinating. If you don't understand French, you will still understand the process just from watching...

Richard McVetis’ Fiber Sculptures

Richard McVetis is a British artist, known for his meticulously embroidered drawings and sculptures. His artistic practice centers on his training as an embroiderer through the use of traditional hand stitch techniques and mark making. Using labored and...

Eva Zethraeus’ Ceramics

Eva Zethraeus is a ceramic artist based in Gothenburg, Sweden. At the age of 11, she moved to Madrid, Spain, where she first discovered her passion for art within the walls of the Prado, just feet away from her primary school. Zethraeus spent several...

Lucy Sarneel’s Jewelry

  In Lucy Sarneel's words: "For some time my work has developed towards the idea of a jewel considered as a power-object and patron, as a counterpart of the high-tech, time-efficient, money-ruled world we live in." "The “carrying material“ of my work is...

June Lee’s Sculptures

June Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea, and moved to the United States at age 18. She received her BFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and MFA at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Fiber. After graduation, she moved back to Korea where she...

Liza Lou’s Sculptures

  In 1996, Liza Lou launched a highly successful international career with her exhibition of Kitchen (1991-95) at the New Museum in New York, a laboriously detailed, tongue-in-cheek re-creation of a kitchen, every inch of it covered in shimmering glass...

Tania Rollond’s Ceramics

Born 1973 in Esperance, Western Australia, Tania Rollond completed a Bachelor of Arts in Design at Curtin University before discovering her passion for working with clay. She moved to Sydney to study Ceramics at the National Art School from 1997 to 2000,...

Julie Pennington’s Ceramics

Julie Pennington is a ceramic artist based in Australia. I am in love with her lace-like porcelain pieces. You can follow her on Instagram. Julie Pennington isJULIE...

Ceramics by Juan Ortí

Based in Valencia, Spain, Juan Ortí sculpts minimalistic geometric architectural forms. "He uses the wheel as a machining tool to produce parts to be assembled. This process creates a cold feeling to the objects but by reducing the amount of visual...

Rafaela Pareja’s Ceramics

In Rafaela Pareja's words: "My work is inspired by an analysis of the everyday experience and the observation of nature. An “accident” with matter may be a starting point, the origin of personal expression that attempts to bring art closer to life. The...

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