Alex Mandli buffs his pieces to a shine, and uses a pit firing technique. Not only is his work full of labor intense skill, it has the organic quality of fire added to it that I love. It’s like a kiss of nature working with fire to finish your ceramics.
If you are going to work at being great at something, it becomes so much more appealing when you can find the worth inside to do it. Marina Bychkova is somehow… visually emancipating the Barbie’s and Ken’s of our current cultural mindset.
I am newly obsessed. I just got done ordering some new glazes, i.e. crackle glaze… a candy colored red glaze, some mason stain for some traditional looking China Porcelain. So, I decided to look up how other people were using their crackle glaze on their ceramics. Behold: I came across…
Found this gorgeous work of ceramic art over on ShareSomeCandy. The artist is Yuri Fukuda. I just love imagining how this functional bit of artwork is created. It’s so visually satisfying and frankly, I just want to touch it. I might even stick pencils in it… or fill it with sand and light incense in it. Getting exciting just thinking about it…
Beautiful and spooky at the same time. Christiane Haase and her porcelain/steele installation art.
Creating a porcelain clay house.
Artists creates textured ceramic clay artwork on etsy.com.