Ceramics by Kuwata Takuro

Ceramics by Kuwata Takuro

Takuro Kuwata makes ‘dysfunctional’ yet oddly elegant clay objects. Leaving much to chance, the surfaces are thickly glazed to literally explode when baked in the kiln. Kuwata’s goal is to “create joyful and fun works, by making the most use of the...
Ceramics by Akiyama Yo

Ceramics by Akiyama Yo

Akiyama Yo‘s major concerns revolve around the physical properties of clay as a material and his exploration, through the manipulation of his medium, of the tension between surface and form, between the ordered and the organic. This direct relationship with his...
Ceramics by Daniela Schlagenhauf

Ceramics by Daniela Schlagenhauf

Daniela Schlagenhauf (born Switzerland 1957), has worked with ceramics since the 1980s; mainly in France, where she is now based. A well-established artist, Daniela has completed a number of international residencies. Her early work is inspired by ancient alphabets,...
Ceramics by Erica Iman

Ceramics by Erica Iman

  In Erica Iman‘s words: “I am drawn to geological formations and extreme landscapes that remind me of my own solitude and impermanence.  I am interested in exploring these ideas through my work by creating solitary, abstracted or fragmented forms that are...
Ceramics by Ute Kathrin Beck

Ceramics by Ute Kathrin Beck

Born in Stuttgart, Germany, Ute Kathrin Beck‘s ceramic vessels are impressive thanks to the unity and dynamism of form and sculptural ornament. The artist avails herself of the freedom to create sculptures that still allude to containers, yet evoke diverse...
Ceramics by Peter Christian Johnson

Ceramics by Peter Christian Johnson

Peter Christian Johnson is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Kent State University after spending 11 years at Eastern Oregon University. He earned his MFA from Penn State University and a BS in Environmental Science at Wheaton College. Peter has been a...
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