Ahhh, yes… it’s hard to tell where her dreamy paintings end and her organic ceramics begin. This is the beautifully bizarre work of Stockholm based artist Emma Larsson. Here is a little bit about her

emma larsson (The Jealous Curator)

Ahhh, yes… it’s hard to tell where her dreamy paintings end and her organic ceramics begin. This is the beautifully bizarre work of Stockholm based artist Emma Larsson. Here is a little bit about her

Fenella Elms - Edges - Very fine ribbons of mostly porcelain clay delicately aligned and joined with slip to create intricate structures -built onto an under-sheet of porcelain - fired together.

Not your average type of ceramic art! Fenella Elms - Edges - Very fine ribbons of mostly porcelain clay delicately aligned and joined with slip to create intricate structures -built onto an under-sheet of porcelain - fired together.

Irish Nuala O’Donovan is a sculptural ceramist fascinated by geometric irregularities in nature. Each piece is composed of delicate porcelain elements, which she creates over several weeks in response to the organic material and the random events of creation – literally sculpting an exquisite order out of chaos.

Sculptural Ceramics by Nuala O'Donovan

Irish Nuala O’Donovan is a sculptural ceramist fascinated by geometric…

My sister is a ceramics teacher: her students made these.  ♥!

great lesson idea: create a classroom underwater scene, all while learning about sea life or ocean preservation, water cycle, etc (interdisciplinary)

Swirl vase. Handscuplt with white crayola air dry clay

Organic Ceramic Shapes from Jennifer McCurdy

Jennifer McCurdy Ceramics I like the organic look to this bowl. I like natural shapes in art and sculpture.

Ceramic Flower Sculpture with organic white textures; contemporary art // Valeria Nascimento

valeria nascimento (The Jealous Curator)

I’m honestly not sure what else to say about these striking, organic, delicate, absolutely gorgeous ceramics by Brazilian artist Valeria Nascimento. I mean, that final charcoal black piece?

I love these pieces so much! They are screaming: Touch me! I met a blind pianist in Italy who had a wonderful collection of ceramics. He taught me how to see with my hands. I still remember him touching his ceramics and saying: aren’t they beautiful? I know that he would be delighted to … … Continue reading →

Chris Garofalo They are screaming: Touch me! I met a blind pianist in Italy who had a wonderful collection of ceramics. He taught me how to see with my hands. I still remember him touching his ceramics and saying: aren’t they beautiful?

JAN COCKEL: delicate & organic ceramics, large bowl

bowl with cutouts, tentacle-ish, coral-ish- interesting for a berry bowl that is different than most

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