Ceramics by Ben R. Anderson.

Ceramics by Ben R. Anderson.

* I love this series of ceramics by Ben R. Anderson. In the artist’s own words: “Handling the clay, creating forms with my hands, and carving the clay are activities I enjoy. It is important for me to touch the clay in all its stages, while wet, while...
Ceramics by Eileen Braun.

Ceramics by Eileen Braun.

  Eileen Braun is a native of Massachusetts. Her formal arts training began at C. W. Post College (Long Island, New York) and continued at Indiana University (Bloomington) where she was awarded a B. A. degree in Sculpture and Education. Her ceramics training was...
Elizabeth Benotti’s Ceramics.

Elizabeth Benotti’s Ceramics.

* Elizabeth Benotti’s work explores the relationships between everyday objects, color, image and form. She uses a mix of slipcasting, handbuilding and wheel throwing techniques to create her beautiful pieces. The objects act as a canvas for drawings. I invite you to...
Ceramics by Courtney Mattison.

Ceramics by Courtney Mattison.

* I am loving Courtney Mattison’s ceramics so much! Courtney is an artist and an ocean advocate. In her own words: “I look to environmental science and marine biology for artistic inspiration, and my appreciation for the beauty of nature motivates me to...
Beautiful Ceramics by Taehoon Kim.

Beautiful Ceramics by Taehoon Kim.

* How much I would love to see  Taehoon Kim’s ceramics in person!  Here is what the artist says about his art: “My work evokes a place between the subconscious and the evolution of substance. I use material modified and hybrid as a metaphor for amorphous...
Ceramics by Giselle Hicks.

Ceramics by Giselle Hicks.

* I am so in love with Giselle Hicks’ work. The artist has a studio at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana. Originally from California, Giselle received her BFA from Syracuse University and her MFA from NYSCC of Ceramics at Alfred University in New...

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