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Some Tips About Reconnecting with your Creativity.

  Dear friends, Today I'm sharing an e-mail that I got recently, as well as my answer to it. I thought that you might find it useful, so here we go: I am so inspired by your artwork and I love seeing the art of others that you share on this blog. I have always loved...

The Book of Butter. A Story About Making New Friends.

* We moved from California to New York in Sept of 2014. About a week later Natalie came back home with teary eyes. She was having a hard time making new friends, specially on the school bus. In her own words: "Every time I try to interact with other children, they...

Ceramic Masks by Different Artists.

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Alex Sickling’s Ceramics.

* I love Alex Sickling's ceramics so much! Based in Newcastle, UK, she creates one-of-a-kind objects with a playful and naive quality. The artist is available for custom orders and commissions. You can contact her through Etsy, or via email at...

Vipoo Srivilasa’s Porcelains.

* In 1997 Vipoo Srivilasa moved from Thailand to Australia to undertake a Master of Fine Art and Design (Ceramics) at the University of Tasmania. He now lives and creates in Melbourne, but also travels back to Thailand often.  Vipoo works predominantly in ceramics but...

Lone Skov Madsen’s Ceramics.

* Lone Skov Madsen was born in 1964.  She lives and creates her beautiful work in Copenhagen. I'm fascinated by the rich textures on her pieces. Here you can see some pictures of her creative process. Images © Lone Skov...

Thérèse Lebrun’s Porcelains.

* "Since 2004, Thérèse Lebrun has focused on mastering the potentials of paper-thin porcelain. Lebrun creates shapes, objects that are utterly empty. These are reminiscent of remnants of former living things and—dare we say it—living beings, that evolution must have...

Aneta Regel’s Ceramics.

* Aneta Regel grew up in northern Poland, and graduated from the Royal College of London in 2006. I'm so in love with her ceramics. Below is what the artist explains about her work: "I create objects that exist neither in the natural or in the manufactured world, but...

Elizabeth Shriver’s Ceramics.

* Elizabeth Shriver's work is so beautiful and organic. In the artist's own words: "I work with clay to create an array of graceful, organic forms.  These pieces are made through a variety of hand-building methods such as slab-building, coiling, pinching, and forming...

Felted Animals by Victor Dubrovsky.

* I love Victor Dubrovsky's needle felted animals.  Each of them has such a unique personality. I want all of them in our new farmhouse.  🙂 I invite you visit Dubrovsky's blog to learn about how he makes these felted characters. All images © Victor...

Catherine Frere-Smith’s Art.

* Catherine Bennett (designing under her maiden name Frere-Smith) is a textile designer and artist based in Canterbury, England, United Kingdom. She designs textiles and creates embroidered sculptures inspired by her childhood upbringing in rural Kent. Catherine...

Alice Wellinger’s Art.

* Alice Wellinger is a very talented artist and illustrator based in Lustenau, Austria.  Her work is surreal, ironic, and it deals with the troubles of daily life and childhood memories. I invite you to visit the artist's website to see more of her paintings. You can...

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