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.
Easter inspiration arrives in many forms, including these glazed porcelain eggs from Nashville-based Becca Jane Koehler.
Zemer Peled examines beauty and brutality in the natural world in works formed of thousands of hand crafted ceramic shards constructed into sculptures and installations.
I have a soft spot for ceramics, especially if they’re unorthodox. Kingston potter Marney McDiarmid perfectly fills the order with her translucent, fragile porcelain bowls. I think perhaps I’m so attracted to delicate, edgy ceramics because my mother’s generation was so into heavy, ugly quasi-Victorian dreck.
Jason Walker bases his thought-provoking ceramic works on his experiences bicycle touring, backpacking and daily hikes as he explores the widening gap between civilization and the naturel world. On the River, Down the Road at Bellevue Arts Museum focuses on the ruthless erosion of nature by a world […]
Andrea Dezsö’s superb porcelain art is only a tiny percentage of her extensive body of widely recognized work. But these sketchbook plates and porcelain tiles called out to be posted. You can go to her website here, to see more exceptional work, including drawing, artist’s books, cut paper, […]