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Brendan Huntley’s Ceramics.

* I'm so in love with Brendan Huntley's ceramics. Born in 1982, Huntley lives and works in Melbourne and is represented by Tolarno Galleries. You can see more of the artist's work on his website. Images © Brendan Huntley ↓

Drawings on Stones by Yoran Morvant.

* Today I'm excited to share this collection of stones by Yoran Morvant. Morvant is is an architectural draftsman by trade. The lines on these stones are carefully drafted by hand, forming sequences of layered patterns. You can see more stones by Yoran Morvant here....

My MoMA Design Store Artist Residency on the Weekend .

* Dear friends and family, I'm excited to report that my experience at the MoMA Design Store on the weekend exceeded my expectations. I want to send a big THANK YOU to every person who came over to say hi and spend time talking with me. Double thanks to those of you...

Delicate Porcelains by Doris Bank.

* I'm in love with these porcelains by Doris Bank. Doris is a well known artist in the German ceramics scene. Some of her work is available here, and here is her website. Images © Doris Bank ↓

Del Webber’s Art.

* Del Webber is a super talented artist who resides near Seattle. The son of a weaver, Del learned various weaving techniques from his mother and has continued to evolve as an artist over the past 30 years. Del Webber has been exposed to and influenced by numerous...

Felted Dolls by Pixy69.

* Here are some charm dolls created by a doll maker that I found recently. She goes under the name Pixy69.  Aren't they sweet? You can visit the artist's blog and portfolio to see more of her work. Images © Pixy69 ↓  

Japanese Basketry Knots. Cane Wrapped Rocks by Basketeer.

* I am in love with this unique work that I found on this Flickr portfolio. There isn't any information available about the artist, but if you know anything I would love to hear it. Images © Basketeer ↓

Natural Curiosities.

* Nature is the ultimate place to find inspiration. Maybe looking at these natural curiosities will inspire you to create your own unique collection. Happy Halloween! Coral and shell chopstick collection from jurgen-lehl-for-babaghuri  ↓ Image © Indianapolis Museum of...

Porcelains by Lenneke Wispelwey.

* I am in love with Lenneke Wispelwey's pastel colored porcelains. Her geometric patterns are so appealing to me. I invite you to visit the artist's website to see more of her work. Some of her pieces are available here . Images © Lenneke Wispelwey ↓

Ceramics by Dai Li.

* Dai Li  was born in Sichauan, China, in 1987, and now lives and works in Queensland, Australia. She makes ceramic sculptures, jewelry, and functional ware. On the bottom of this post is a gif animation that I did with the brooches that she sells here. I invite you...

Still Life Paintings by Cathy Cullis.

* Cathy Cullis is a super talented mixed media artist based in London, United Kingdom. She is also a published poet. I have been following and admiring her art for years. Cathy's pieces, which include not only paintings but embroideries, sculptures, drawings, etc.,...

Natural Pressed Buttons by Peter and Juwels.

* My admiration for Peter and Juwels keeps growing. My first post about them is here. Today I present you with a beautiful series of collages that they created using real flowers, mushrooms, feathers, and other elements from nature. Read the fascinating story about...

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