Alice R. Balard’s Ceramics.

Alice R. Balard’s Ceramics.

* In Alice R. BalLard‘s words: “My art is a reflection of my relationship with natural forms. It is often the metamorphosis of Nature’s forms, as they change from season to season, that attracts me to that universal world in which differing life...
Bente Skjøttgaard’s Ceramics.

Bente Skjøttgaard’s Ceramics.

  Bente Skjøttgaard is a wonderful ceramicist who lives and works in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen. I could spend a looong time looking at her pieces. They are so beautiful. “The basic elements in my work are the materials: clay and glaze. I enjoy engaging in expressive...
Stephen Bird’s Ceramics.

Stephen Bird’s Ceramics.

* Stephen Bird  was born 1964 in Stoke, on Trent. He lives and works in Sydney (AUS) and Dundee (UK). I have fallen in love with everything that Birds creates. These ceramics in particular are so unique. How much I would love to see them in person! To learn more about...
Claire Loder’s Ceramics.

Claire Loder’s Ceramics.

 * Claire Loder‘s heads are so special! Some of them are available for purchase here. I invite you to visit the artist’s website and blog to learn more about her beautiful work. You can also like her Facebook page for updates. Photos © Claire Loder ↓...
Anna Barlow’s Delicious Ceramics.

Anna Barlow’s Delicious Ceramics.

* Don’t you feel like eating Anna Barlow‘s pieces? It is so hard to believe that they are ceramics. The most delicious ceramics that I have ever seen! “The beauty of food left to melt and ooze holds a fascination for me. It is something that is...
Nuala O’Donovan’s Ceramics.

Nuala O’Donovan’s Ceramics.

* I’m so in love with Nuala O’Donovan‘s ceramics! They seem to have a life of their own. Here is what she says about them: “The history behind a scarred or broken surface is what fascinates me. The evidence of a response to random events visible in...

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