Wheel thrown porcelain vases with whimsical designs: patches, bamboo, doodle, branch and leaf, and roses. The surface of each vase is hand carved through a layer of black slip to create a contrasting and textural surface, using a technique known as sgraffito. Each piece is unique. Size and design may vary slightly from image shown. Signed on the bottom.
Blue & White Transferware Lunch
Hello everyone, As you probably know I love transferware and although red and white is my biggest collection, blue and white is a close second. So for today's casual lunch it is a blue and white theme. As always,it is a mix and match collection of yard sale or thrift finds. This is called Rose Brocade by Skye McGhie. And this pattern by the same maker is Rhapsody. Some sweet treats to go with our tea. Blue and white always looks so fresh and pretty. Another little teapot. A vintage blue and…
Too Much is Just Enough! - Ceramic Arts Network
My work is a lot about surface decoration. And a well-crafted canvas to put the pattern on is essential to my creativity. There is something extraordinary with the three dimensions of a pot; the inside and the outside surfaces give the possibility of storytelling that a two-dimensional canvas cannot.
Nicole Pepper (@modhome.ceramics) posted on Instagram: “Hey Everyone! Hope your day is going swell! Things are moving along here. MODHome Ceramics will be closing shop for the season on November…” • Oct 26, 2017 at 3:50pm UTC
Hey Everyone! Hope your day is going swell! Things are moving along here. MODHome Ceramics will be closing shop for the season on November 1st. Please place your orders by then. Thank you for all your support out there!❤️❤️❤️ #ceramics #clay #pottery #modhomeceramics
Barry Stedman | Ceramics | Kellie Miller Arts
Green Woods II - Inspired by mark making and painting, Barry takes a relaxed and direct approach to making vessels. He aims to create a sense of drama that is fresh and exciting, exploring vibrant colour compositions and exploiting the gestural qualities of fluid brush marks and soft clay. #Brighton #Art #ArtGallery
'Down by the sea' - 2014
Collection of vessels and tile panels made for 'Down by the sea', 28th March - 05th April, at New Craftsman, St Ives. New Craftsman St Ives presents a showcase of vibrant works by one of Cornwall’s best loved and most recognisable ceramic artists. Style’s hand built, multi fired works explore ideas of spontaneity and gesture, instinct and expression, and our endless immersion in the colourful chaos of real life. Combining awkwardness of form with naive pictorial narrative, each of these…