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.
A new take on pressed flowers. Spanish artist Ignacio Canales Aracil collects flowers and presses them into large molds, allowing them to dry for one month. No glue or other adhesives, just a light varnish as a final step to protect from moisture.
Composition development by Amiria Gale - painting of shells- This could be a COOL way to incorporate a textural element into an abstract artwork- use the crinkled tissue with pastel rubbed across the top for the shell- watercolor for the abstract lines
Embroidered Landscapes and Plants by Ana Teresa Barboza