A few ceramic artists whose work I’m loving · Miss Moss
Above: Ceramics by Miri Orenstein we have a bunch of mismatched mugs (like 2 of these and 2 of those and one weird one from when i was a university student etc) and the other day i said to Anton…
noguchi: ceramics, ikibana + space
Cherry, apple blossoms and dogwood will soon be making their appearance, so Spring is a fine time to practice ikebana, the minimalist art of flower arranging that originated in Japan. As with wabi-sabi, although it looks simple, it has complex philosophical, even spiritual underpinnings. Ikebana' is from the Japanese ikeru (生ける?, 'to place, to arrange, life, birth') and hana (花?, 'flower'... It is a time to appreciate things in nature that people often overlook because of their busy lives…
white corals side view
High fired semi translucent porcelain....unglazed I have been accepted to the CREATE Christmas Fair in December! Yay! Which is fairtrade, recycled, environmentally friendly, locally produced, etc....so these are my vegan corals....and I'm going to be making some batches using purely reclaimed glass too.
FROST / Functional Landscapes Tableware - yashabutler.com
Functional Landscapes is a line of organic and minimal tableware. Each delicate piece is made from very thin porcelain. The pieces are glazed on the interior and bare porcelain on the exterior. The Frost series has a color scheme of matte whites and glossy pale greens.This collection is great for creating elegantly simple tablescapes.
Jerpersen’s work illustrates order and chaos in repeated forms. The irregular repetition draws you in to investigate the pieces. Her forms, to me, are very organic. This, together with the fl…
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I construct vessel and figurative forms using various techniques. Form, surface and method of making are integrated but an experimental approach is adopted in the handling of materials. Various clays are used sometimes incorporating other material (organic and inorganic), the inherent tactile and textural qualities of the clay being enhanced with many layers of oxides slips and glazes, fired to 1250ï¿½ C in an electric kiln.
Lithic Collection at Maud & Mabel - yashabutler.com
I am talking about Maud & Mabel! This gorgeous little gallery stocks the most covetable collection of minimalist ceramics. They have a deep appreciation for the simple, the imperfect and the well-crafted. Their style is a combination of Scandinavian and Japanese and I like thinking of their aesthetic as minimalist wabi sabi. I've had a crush on this shop for a while and I am so excited to announce that my work is now at Maud & Mabel. These three vessels from the Lithic Collection are now on…
Contemporary ceramiques of France
The French have always been intrinsic style innovators in fashion and the arts and have readily adapted to new trends. In the ceramic arts, there has been a consistent tradition of invention, research, and the adoption of new techniques through the ages. Bernard Palissy, Theodore Deck, Edmond Lachenal, Roger Capron, Clement Massier, Jean Mayodon and Andre Metthey are just a few of the French ceramicists that contributed to the development of contemporary French pottery with their exploration…