Ceramics by Tony Marsh.

Ceramics by Tony Marsh.

* I am in love with these perforated ceramics by Tony Marsh . What he says about them is so interesting: “There is something ironic about taking a material like clay which is dense, opaque and ruled by gravity and then removing as much mass as possible,...
Ceramics by Halima Cassell.

Ceramics by Halima Cassell.

* Halima Cassell  was born in 1975 in Pakistan. She now lives in Blackburn, Lancashire. Halima concentrates on simple forms as the basis of her work, in order to maximise the impact of the complex surface patterns in combination with heavily contrasting contours. I...
Makoto Kagoshima’s Ceramic Plates.

Makoto Kagoshima’s Ceramic Plates.

* I love Makoto Kagoshima‘s ceramic plates so much!  They are so special. You should like the artist’s Facebook page for updates. Also, I invite you to see the photos that I posted from the opening of the show ‘About Paper‘ here in Los Angeles,...
Beautiful Ceramics by Harumi Nakashima.

Beautiful Ceramics by Harumi Nakashima.

* Aren’t these ceramics beautiful? Harumi Nakashima carefully made them using the pinching technique (here is  a video about this technique). Harumi Nakashima was born in Gifu Prefecture, Japan, in 1950. Majoring in ceramics, he Graduated from Osaka Art College...
Ceramics by Wesley Anderegg.

Ceramics by Wesley Anderegg.

* I love  Wesley Anderegg‘s ceramics! He creates them from a studio located in the Santa Rita Hills wine region, in Northern Santa Barbara county. The studio is an old horse barn that he shares with my wife Donna, who makes functional porcelain pottery. Perfect!...
Naidee-Changmoh’s Ceramics.

Naidee-Changmoh’s Ceramics.

  Naidee-Changmoh is Thai ceramicist famous for his monk sculptures. I love his work!  It is so simple and appealing. Some of the pieces are quiet large. Naidee’s portrait © Greg Piper↓  Photos © Naidee-Changmoh ↓ If you ever visit Thailand, don’t miss...

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