Since I last posted about the exquisite porcelain works of Zemer Peled (here) she has created the series In Eden, 2018 (above). Her work is formed of thousands of shards of handcrafted porcelain, constructed into sculptures and installations.
Emerging Toronto artist Nurielle Stern has won the 2019 Winifred Shantz Award for Ceramics, reflecting the judging panel’s appreciation for her work with texture and vibrant glazes.
The works in this exhibition have been created by young artists who have experienced sexual and other forms of abuse and continue to speak out about their personal experiences through clay narratives.
Joon Hee Kim’s compelling ceramic works are on exhibition at the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery through Sept. 8, part of the former pastry chef’s continuing rise in the art world. “My sculptures are ceramic casts of everyday objects,” she says. “The components are arranged and then reordered. […]
Easter inspiration arrives in many forms, including these glazed porcelain eggs from Nashville-based Becca Jane Koehler.
Pablo Picasso’s daughter Paloma once said: ‘We had a menagerie in the house. My father was like St. Francis of Assisi – animals couldn’t resist his aura.’ The Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker and ceramicist had an enduring love of the animal kingdom.