Hey The names Sarah, this is my art blog to keep archives and track my progress in Ceramics and other areas in the Arts
Hey The names Sarah, this is my art blog to keep archives and track my progress in Ceramics and other areas in the Arts
the-clayprofessor:

Rob Kolhouse - It’s just so cheerful.

the-clayprofessor:

Rob Kolhouse - It’s just so cheerful.

covetandginger:

I came upon an important discovery a few days ago— the work of Shino Takeda of Brooklyn. Shino’s work is a melding of Japanese heritage and NYC living. Her vessels maintain a beautiful traditional Japanese form and indulge in a bold, yet calming application of color glazing. I love the layers of glaze, paintbrush strokes, and delicate intricacies of each piece, especially the tiny spoons.

I have been happy to follow along with her work on Instagram.  

Raku from Richard Sibert on Vimeo.

thosewhomake:

Make : Bill Shearrow
Film : Richard Sibert

exhibition-ism:

"Exodus" from UK based artist Clinton De Menezes 

Okay fellow artists of tumblr! I am working on my seminar exhibition and I’m working on doing a wall installation, before I had placed hole in the back and nailed them to the wall but this time I was told to think of different way to display and I’m struggling to find ways to show my installation. Any ideas?

posted 6 months ago with 1 note
kapujanincs:

Shayna Leib
Laminar (2007)

kapujanincs:

Shayna Leib

Laminar (2007)

contemporary-nomad:

Yeesookyung, Translated Vases series 

The Seoul-based ceramist is best known for her “Translated Vases,” a gorgeous series of works made by shattering ceramics and patching them back together in new formations using epoxy and gold leaf.

Source: Artsy

Check out: http://bit.ly/19f4cRe

spockarita:

Sarah Prather 2013

posted 7 months ago with 3 notes
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Keisho-Ha - A New Materialism and the Yufuku Aesthetic / Yufuku Gallery, Tokyo

ceramicsnow:

Keisho-Ha, A New Materialism and the Yufuku Aesthetic at Yufuku Gallery, Tokyo

Keisho-Ha - A New Materialism and the Yufuku Aesthetic / Yufuku Gallery, Tokyo
December 5-21, 2013

Contemporary Japanese art in the 21st century is heading in a new and unique direction.

Exhibited artists: Ken Mihara, Shigekazu Nagae, Atsushi Takagaki, Takahiro…

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nceca:

Audrey Rosulek

posted 9 months ago with 3 notes
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How to Look at Art

How to Look at Art