MudFire pottery studio in Decatur GA offers lessons, date night, throwing, and a gallery and retail space filled with locally made, handcrafted pottery by local artists and potters. Atlanta's pottery studio, Mudfire offers instruction and access to wheels, kilns, soda, raku, electric, and gas reduction firing as well as 50 glazes.
Par la force d'une cuisson mutuelle les ingrédients deviennent amers et vieux. La chaleur coagule les liquides; Qui sont comme des poussières sur une fenêtre éclairée Devenu "cendre morte", je serai uni au silence suprême
Claude & François-Xavier Lalanne | 27 September - 12 November 2011 - Overview
Ben Brown Fine Arts is exceptionally proud to present the first Asian exhibition of works by influential French sculptors, Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne. The Lalannes came of age in the 1960s, and for more than five decades, their special blend of luxurious sensuality and earthly irreverence held court amongst the...
Kathleen Nartuhi (Kathleen Nartuhi Sculpture) Sculpture Artist | Artful Home
Conceived in four dimensions, executed in three dimensions, the sculptures by Kathleen Nartuhi project a classic serenity and a quiet authority. Simple in form, stone-like in appearance, the sculptures command the space surrounding them. Celtic cairns, 20th Century abstract expressionism and contemporary objects, such as computer circuits, are sources of inspiration. The work explores the complex ties between thought and their origin through a simple catalog of formal expressions. Carved by…
Patricia Barrowman | Available artwork | Galerie MX Montréal
Barrowman Patricia peindra des chevaux vers l’adolescence, sujets qui la suivront jusqu’à nos jours Après plusieurs cours et ateliers suivis aux États-Unis et au Canada, elle obtient, en 1977, un baccalauréat en arts...
Wood Screen Origin - Part I: Join | BCXSY Design Collective | V&A Search the Collections
Three Hinoki (Japanese Cypress) screens, 'Origin - Part I: Join', designed by BCXSY (Boaz Cohen and Sayaka Yamamoto), Made by Mr. Tanaka, Tokyo, Hinoki (Japanese Cypress), Number 1 from an edition of 8. . Museum Number W.26:1 to 3-2011.