Tag: Ceramics

  • Anastassia Zamaraeva

    View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize All photos courtesy of Anastassia Zamaraeva on Instagram These ceramic sculptures by Manchester, UK artist Anastassia Zamaraeva are a powerful representation of human interactions. Both of these sculptures were created in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests, when tensions were already high due to COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. […]

  • Yuta Segawa

    As I have shared in some previous posts, miniatures are especially captivating for young audiences. The ceramic forms by Japanese artist Yuta Segawa are no exception. Now based in London, Segawa uses a pottery wheel to form each of the vases and pots pictured here. Fortunately, Segawa takes videos of his process which he shares […]

  • Adam Bart

    Irish ceramic artist Adam Bart sculpts creatures in his unique style. Bart is a storyteller, as is evident in each of his pieces. His lanterns often share a scene of friends sitting by a fire. The most emotive of his sculptures are those centered around Lorse and Little Kurviu. From Bart’s Etsy store: “That series […]

  • Tiffany Thomas

    Each of Tiffany Thomas’ ceramic pieces is reminiscent of fairy tales and hidden gems. This South Carolina artist elevates each of her mugs and dishes by embellishing them with unexpected elements. Her most recent collection incorporates pieces of the natural world like plants and precious gemstones, while one of her past collections featured astrology symbols […]

  • Murava Ceramics (Victoria Khotsianovich)

    These magical ceramic creations are created by Victoria Khotsianovich (AKA Murava Ceramics). I love how she has perfectly combined function (how useful an object is) with her whimsical style. Who doesn’t want to drink out of a mug with a mushroom for a handle? Wall hooks for your coats, bags and more are also decorative! […]

  • Lorien Stern

    It is rainy and dreary here this morning, so I deviated from my original plan and decided to share the bright and playful ceramic art by Lorien Stern Photos courtesy of www.LorienStern.com These pieces are all from her recent show at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, “Very Rare.” How might her choice to use unusual […]