Ceramics by Francesca DiMattio

Ceramics by Francesca DiMattio

Francesca DiMattio’s works offer trace visions of architecture and figures, but without a legible sense of space or narrative. The manipulated imagery references a wide range of sources, including Renaissance and Gothic architecture, classical sculpture, lace and...
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,...
Sculptural Jewelry by Craig McIntosh

Sculptural Jewelry by Craig McIntosh

These brooches by New Zeland jeweler Craig McIntosh are hand carved and fabricated from Pakohe (argillite). A highly indurated sedimentary rock, hardened through intense compression and heat, Pakohe is often described as “basement rock,” as it literally represents the...
Sculptural Jewelry by Julia Turner

Sculptural Jewelry by Julia Turner

Julia Turner creates graphic and sculptural pieces that are strong and subtle. Her work is driven by a continuous exploration of materials and techniques from diverse disciplines. Her studio tables are piled with small experiments in form and surface which she...

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