In an intriguing fusion of visual and performance art, Russian ceramics artist Mikhail Sadovnikov draws a seemingly endless series of patterns with wet clay (also known as slip) on a spinning potter's wheel. The process is incredibly mesmerizing to watch in motion, as Sadovnikov uses just his hands and a few simple tools to transform the blank surface of the wheel into a…Continue
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Just how adorable are these handmade ceramics? Warsaw, Poland-based artist Marta Turowska creates these whimsical bowls and plates that feature our favorite animals like cats, hedgehogs and whales. Her works are all made completely by hand on a potter's wheel and then the animals' tiny features are painted on.
"I am passionate for clay, glazes and paints," she states. "Each…Continue
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Drawing and ceramics artist Molly Hatch creates work that combines her interest in historic trends with a mix of contemporary styles, designs, a sense of humor, and a bit of pop culture. In these pieces that she calls plate paintings, historic source imagery from MFA Boston and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC are her inspiration. Each plate contains an intricate drawing that, only when…
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Kim Simonsoon is a young Finnish sculptor who lives in Helsinki. He makes striking ceramic sculptures of cute, big-eyed young girls and deer, derived from Japanese manga comics. His work questions the role of the child and nature in the modern world.
“Authority in its’ many forms fascinates me and in my works I want to reverse the common beliefs by…