Category Archives: ceramics

Artist of the Day / Chris Lawley / Wales

I love Chris’ statement so much that I might have posted it even without the evidence of his interesting work. “Rusting, corroding and disintegrating found metal objects inspire my practice. As the form related to their functions wanes with decay, … Continue reading

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Artist of the Day / Roberto dos Santos Goncalves / Venezuela

Roberto’s blog  http://robertodossantos4net.wordpress.com/  is in Spanish, but will be translated for you.   Stoneware, wood and glass. Stoneware Glass Sculpture – Fused glass, enamels and brass. http://www.robertodossantos.net/portfolio.htm

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Artist of the Day / Eva Hild / Sweden

As someone who had enough difficulty firing flat 12″ clay slabs without breaking or distorting them, Eva’s work is truly amazing. “My sculptures are bodies, exposed to pressure and movements.   On one hand, it is the mass in thin layers, … Continue reading

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Artist of the Day / Chris Antemann

These are not your grandma’s small mass produced porcelain figurines! “All works are porcelain with decals and luster, designed and executed by the artist in her studio.” “My primary focus is liberating the figurine from its roots in mass-production by … Continue reading

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Artist of the Day / Mort Cohn / Berkeley, CA

Mort Cohn is a wonderful artist and person.  He and his wife, Yuko, also have a beautiful, peaceful cottage for rent on their property in Berkeley.                             … Continue reading

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Artist of the Day / JIMMY EDDINGS / Algoma, WI

Ceramics was my first love as an artist, and it took me about 25 years to realize that I don’t have the patience, or attention to the necessary technical details to be very good at it.  And, maybe not the … Continue reading

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Artists of the Day / John Martelle and Liz Vercruysse / Herman, Nebraska

Ceramics is one of my favorite art forms, and one of the oldest in human history.  I particularly like wood fired work, the most primitive of firing methods.  It feels that one can see and touch all of humanity’s past … Continue reading

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