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  • 110 months ago Dutchbydesign »

    Contemporary lighting, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, home accessories.

  • 115 months ago Hidden Art Shop »

    Caroline designs and produces fine bone chinaware from her studio in South East London. After graduating from Central St Martin's College in 2000, she experimented with lighting and combining ceramic with metal until she fell in love with bone china about two years ago. Although it is an expensive material that can be difficult to cast, problematic to fire and absolutely hellish to glaze, Caroline has stuck doggedly to her mission. Quite simply, because it is beautiful. Bone china is exquisitely refined and possesses a translucent property that is quite breathtaking. On top of that, it is quintessentially English and Caroline certainly loves a challenge.

  • 115 months ago Shoprelish »

    Brand: Sara Paloma Sara Paloma is inspired by the downtown skyline of Los Angeles where she first started her ceramics work. The vessels are meant to be viewed in groups like buildings or crowds of people - all shapes and sizes. Each bottle is hand-thrown stoneware. More details... Price: $1,299.00

  • 116 months ago Cantoni »

    RAINFOREST VASE. White ivory stone.

  • 117 months ago Flowgallery »

    Drawing inspiration from textile structures, patterns in nature, contemporary interiors and city architecture, Annette produces ceramics with an organic blend of neutral colours and exciting textures. These knitted texture vessels combine traditional and experimental knitting patterns to create a rich surface pattern.

  • 118 months ago leftbankgallery.com »

    Kathy Erteman's pottery is shown at 8 Cove Road, Orleans and 25 Commercial Street, Wellfleet commercial@leftbankgallery.com 508.349.9451 cove@leftbankgallery.com 508.247.9172

  • 118 months ago art.bathspa.ac.uk »

    Press-moulded earthenware modular construction influenced by minimalism and contemporary architecture by Frazer Talbot.

  • 119 months ago eostudio.com »

    EOS STUDIO BKLYN DESIGNS 2007 Exhibitor Contemporary ceramics designed and handcrafted by Ellen O'Sullivan. Limited edition, one-of-a-kind commissions. http://www.eostudio.com/ AM/PM Cup Porcelain

  • 119 months ago kathyerteman.com »

    Ceramic artist Kathy Erteman has had her hand in clay for 25 years, currrently known for her contemporary ceramic vessels; reductive forms with black and white graphic surfaces. Committed to high standards of craftsmanship there is a sculptural presence in her vessel forms that address the tactile senses and are rooted in the useful pot. “I study pots from all eras of history, but am also inspired by textiles, Abstract Expressionism, 20th century architecture, and the treatment of nature in Asian art. Adding to my current perspective was an upbringing in the modernist atmosphere of 1960’s Los Angeles, with its sleek architecture, the Minimalist movement in art, and Finish Fetish sculptors. Aside from formal considerations I hope my work to be a record of the time in which we live and included in the celebration of food rituals that express creativity, hope, & generosity.”

  • 122 months ago reynoldsware.co.uk »

    gorgeous porcelain pieces from Reynoldsware

  • 122 months ago form-london.com »

    FORM London, the first of its kind, is a new exhibition bringing together modern and contemporary art, design, photography, ceramics, sculpture and jewellery to create a dynamic showcase. FORM invites you to see and buy unique elements for a modern home – pieces you love that can become the investments of the future.

  • 122 months ago Moroso »

    The best way to introduce ourselves? Just telling you what we do. Since 1952 MOROSO has been designing its sofas, armchairs and accessories with wellknown designers such as Ron Arad, Carlo Colombo, Enrico Franzolini, Marc Newson, Toshiyuki Kita and Patricia Urquiola. MOROSO has been constructing its sofas and armchairs aiming at top quality. For its quality, the company was the first producer of upholstered furniture in Italy to receive on 24 June 1994 the ISO 9000 certification for firm management and the ISO 9001 certification for design, production and customer service.

  • 122 months ago kathyerteman.com »

    Ceramic artist Kathy Erteman has had her hand in clay for 25 years, currrently known for her contemporary ceramic vessels; reductive forms with black and white graphic surfaces. Committed to high standards of craftsmanship there is a sculptural presence in her vessel forms that address the tactile senses and are rooted in the useful pot. “I study pots from all eras of history, but am also inspired by textiles, Abstract Expressionism, 20th century architecture, and the treatment of nature in Asian art. Adding to my current perspective was an upbringing in the modernist atmosphere of 1960’s Los Angeles, with its sleek architecture, the Minimalist movement in art, and Finish Fetish sculptors. Aside from formal considerations I hope my work to be a record of the time in which we live and included in the celebration of food rituals that express creativity, hope, & generosity.”

  • 122 months ago kathyerteman.com »

    Ceramic artist Kathy Erteman has had her hand in clay for 25 years, currrently known for her contemporary ceramic vessels; reductive forms with black and white graphic surfaces. Committed to high standards of craftsmanship there is a sculptural presence in her vessel forms that address the tactile senses and are rooted in the useful pot. “I study pots from all eras of history, but am also inspired by textiles, Abstract Expressionism, 20th century architecture, and the treatment of nature in Asian art. Adding to my current perspective was an upbringing in the modernist atmosphere of 1960’s Los Angeles, with its sleek architecture, the Minimalist movement in art, and Finish Fetish sculptors. Aside from formal considerations I hope my work to be a record of the time in which we live and included in the celebration of food rituals that express creativity, hope, & generosity.”

  • 122 months ago kathyerteman.com »

    Working in series similar to printmaking, my ceramic vessel forms come from sketches and are made in clay on the wheel, handbuilt, or cast . The resulting shapes are only partially complete and become a canvas on which I carve, paint and scribe with spontaniety. One surface idea informs the next until the desired balance is achieved in the final piece. The shapes and patterns have developed and changed over the years and becoming my signature visual language . Made from white stoneware clay, all surfaces including deeply carved areas are finished with a lead free matte glaze and are food safe. I welcome the use of my vessel pottery and enjoy the idea that once the pots leave the studio they lead new and varied lives.

  • 124 months ago teapottreasures.com »

    What a cool site! There are so many cute teapots here, I couldn't pick just one. I highly recommend you visit this site for yourself and check out all the teapots.

  • Teapot Treasures' gallery of contemporary teapots includes ceramic teapots skillfully handcrafted by well known artisans. These contemporary ceramic teapots are either one of a kind or designed to be handmade in small quantities. We are currently featuring the original contemporary teapots of well-known ceramic artists such as Steven McGovney and Tammy Camarot, Michel Harvey, Mary Rose Young, Jerilynn Babroff, Emily Pearlman and others.

  • 128 months ago Palettecontemporary »

    Palette Contemporary Art & Craft, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico features a variety of contemporary fine art glass, original paintings, limited edition signed prints, ceramics, marbles, and wearable art. We have searched locally and abroad to bring a collection of contemporary art and craft with a colorful edge and clean lines by both emerging and renowned artists.