Jim Kraft’s Ceramics.

Jim Kraft’s Ceramics.

* I am fascinated by Jim Kraft’s ceramics. Don’t they look like something made of wood? I invite you visit the artist’s website to see more. Photos © Jim Kraft ↓  
Marta Turowska’s Ceramics.

Marta Turowska’s Ceramics.

* Marta Turowska is the artist behind Clay Opera, a shop that offers unique ceramic pieces. I am so in love with the fox faces! In case you want to browse  Marta’s shop, here is the link. Photos © Marta Turowska ↓
Andrew Ludick’s Ceramics.

Andrew Ludick’s Ceramics.

* Andrew Ludick  is an artist based in Ireland. His ceramics are beautiful. Some of his pieces are available for purchase here. And here is his blog to see more. Photos © Andrew Ludick  ↓    
Ceramics by Marie-Laure-Gobat Bouchat.

Ceramics by Marie-Laure-Gobat Bouchat.

* Marie-Laure-Gobat Bouchat is the creator of these beautiful pieces. They are so intriguing. I invite you to visit her website to learn more about how she builds them. It is fascinating. Photos © Marie-Laure-Gobat Bouchat ↓  
Jane Reumert’s Ceramics.

Jane Reumert’s Ceramics.

* Jane Reumert (born 1942) is a super talented Danish ceramist. She creates ultra-fine porcelain, which obtains its stunning appearance due to wood/salt firing. The fanciful shapes are partly a result of the method of firing. The pots are not placed inside the kiln,...
Whitney Smith’s Ceramics.

Whitney Smith’s Ceramics.

* I have always been in love with everything that Whitney Smith creates. Her pieces are so subtle and elegant. Don’t miss the video on the bottom of this post to see Whitney talk about her artistic process. Also, I invite you to visit her Website, blog, and to...

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