Margrieta Jeltema’s Porcelains.

Margrieta Jeltema’s Porcelains.

* Margrieta Jeltema creates one of the most beautiful and delicate porcelains that I have ever seen. Don’t miss the video on the bottom of this post to see the dreamy place where she creates her unique work. I invite you to visit the artist’s website and...
Beth Lo’s Ceramics.

Beth Lo’s Ceramics.

* Beth Lo was born on October 11 of 1949 in Lafayette, Indiana, to parents who had recently immigrated from China. She received a Bachelor of General Studies from the University of Michigan in 1971. In her own words: “My work in ceramics and mixed media collage...
Midori Takaki’s Ceramics.

Midori Takaki’s Ceramics.

* Born and raised in Japan, Midori Takaki is a wonderful ceramic artist based in Canterbury, England. I love what she says about her figures: “I am drawn to faces. I always start from making a face and try to find a spirit in it. I will make full figures if the...
Ceramics by Kjersti Johanne Barli.

Ceramics by Kjersti Johanne Barli.

  Kjersti Johanne Barli is an artist based in Oslo, Norway. I am so in love with her ceramics! Well, everything that she does is great. To see more of her unique work you can visit her website, Flickr portfolio and Behance portfolio. Images © Kjersti Johanne...
Saying Good-Bye to Our House in Los Angeles.

Saying Good-Bye to Our House in Los Angeles.

* Bill, the children, and I, are only a few days away from the beginning our road trip from California to New York. The house is empty now, so I took this opportunity to photograph our beloved fireplace before saying good-bye to it forever. Maybe one day we will...
Ceramics by Peter Pincus.

Ceramics by Peter Pincus.

* I love Peter Pincus’ ceramics so much. The are simple but sophisticated at the same time. In the artist’s own words: “I produce three-dimensional paintings out of pots. The studio challenge is to determine a way to create containers that belong not...

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