Ceramic Spoons.

Ceramic Spoons.

Banner image by © Michiko Shimada. Today I am excited to share this collection of ceramic spoons by different artists. Isn’t it nice how expressive a little piece of fired clay can be?  I hope that this collection inspires you to create some unique spoons with...
Ceramics by Tania Rollond.

Ceramics by Tania Rollond.

* Tania Rollond is a wonderful ceramic artist from Australia. Today I am excited to share a collection of her works, made for the group exhibition the course of objects: the fine lines of inquiry curated by Susan Ostling, for the Australian Ceramics Association. The...
Works in Porcelain by ReCheng Tsang

Works in Porcelain by ReCheng Tsang

Working primarily with porcelain, ReCheng Tsang creates site-specific installations and smaller sculptures. The work consists of up to several hundred, sometimes thousands of thin porcelain pieces. Each piece is rolled, pinched, pulled, torn, or otherwise manipulated...
Ceramics by Pamela Sunday.

Ceramics by Pamela Sunday.

* I love Pamela Sunday ‘s story. Before discovering her love of clay in the early 90s, Pamela worked as an art director for Bergdorf Goodman. In ceramics classes at Greenwich House in New York, her life was transformed. She quickly developed a rigorous studio...
Ceramics by Zemer Peled.

Ceramics by Zemer Peled.

* Born and raised in a Kibbutz, in the northern part of Israel, Zemer Peled’s work explores her specific reading of nature. She creates forms that are nostalgic for and reminiscent of shattered, dense landscapes both real and imagined. Her mutating, figure-like...
Ceramics by Eun-Ha Paek.

Ceramics by Eun-Ha Paek.

* Eun-Ha Paek is an animation filmmaker and illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY. Her background includes a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and stints as an art director, graphic designer, animator and concept artist for broadcast, web, print, games and products...

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