Ceramics White And Black

  • 116 months ago Mackenzie-childs »

    Handcrafted ceramics, enamelware, glass, furniture, gifts, and home décor.

  • 117 months ago mariesbutik.dk »

    Description: Faience from the Danish designer Malene Helbak - from the Black Flower product family. The fine products are hand decorated in Malene Helbaks studio in the centre of Copenhagen.

  • 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 Puremodern »

    Elegant and simple define this classic ceramic "Beaker" Vase from Rae Dunn. Dimensions: 3.5"D x 12"H

  • 119 months ago Maddisgallery »

    Artist: Mia Tyson

  • 119 months ago Ritzenhoffcollection »

    Milk and sugar set by Ritzenhoff Good old afternoon tea! These days the old biddies, their gatherings and cakes are almost extinct, but nobody likes to drink their coffee or tea alone. It would be just too dark and bitter without accompanying milk and sugar. No longer is insufficient space for the entire tea or coffee service an excuse for broken sugar cubes or dribbling milk cans. Because now Ritzenhoff is putting two in one on the table – while dressing the milk jug in a hat full of sugar. The only thing missing is a seductive face. And because doing things together is better than doing things alone, Ritzenhoff's porcelain collection decorated with faces has been joined by nice couples so that singles now have the right company.... and the best thing is: nobody interrupts anybody! Six different motifs by famous designers from all over the world are available.

  • 119 months ago Ritzenhoffcollection »

    With 12 new decors, the Amore Mio family has arrived – welcoming us with the sun in its heart and a charming smile. Born in 1965, artist in Schesslitz, Germany. Grew up in the lower Rhine region, studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Her little people range across pictures, stages and facades. She fools around with clowns and dreams of painting in large formats on airships or even the Great Wall of China. "It's just great to be human." – If there's enough space, Petra Peschkes can always provide an image for this message.

  • 119 months ago ecodeal.com »

    All our featured ceramics are shaped on a potter's wheel and fired in a wood-burning kiln. An example for the artesanial potential of South America. Made in Ecuador

  • 119 months ago 13th-f.com »

    (Nymolle Denmark)

  • 119 months ago ellipsshop.de »

    Wunderschöne Vase aus Prozellan mit Blumenmotiv von nono in leicht asymethrische Form. Porzellan mit Siebdruck [ H 19 cm x B 7,8 cm x T 5,5/2,5 cm] nono-Produkte sind handgefertigt! Sämtlche Produkte werden im eigenen Atelier in Wien hergestellt. Jedes Stück ist individuell, sozusagen ein Unikat.

  • 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.”

  • 121 months ago muddybirdpottery.com »

    Tim Christensen-Kirby. Artist Statement: I make my pottery because it is the best way I have found to express what I am thinking. I use the images on my pottery as the characters in a waking dream, in which the interactions are metaphors for relationships in the physical world around me. I allow my characters to occupy whichever spaces feel right when I am drawing, and often am surprised by what a pot 'is really about' when I have finished. I draw on functional forms because I want permanence and longevity for my personal history. Just as we know much about our cultural past from the pottery created thousands of years ago, I want my pots to tell those who may discover them in five thousand years what was important to one person living in the twenty first century.

  • 122 months ago arabia.fi »

    Nero - novelty! The NERO parts work as well together as alone. The possibilities to combine the NERO dishes are endless; the sky is the limit! With the graphic black and white dishes you will get a noticeable setting. The assortment includes : black and white plate 25x25 cm black and white plate 20x20 cm dish 10x10 cm: red, turquoise, black and white black and white dishes 28x28 cm, dish 17x28cm and 14x17 cm

  • 122 months ago 13th-f.com »

    (Nymolle Denmark)

  • 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 Theafternoon »

    Santa climbs the stairway to goodies on this most distinctive ceramic stocking. 12" tall with a 5" top opening.