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Ocean-Inspired Ceramic Sculptures Resemble Cresting Waves

Denise Romecki finds inspiration for her sculptures in cresting waves. Romecki creates her original pieces using stoneware clay. Requiring at least two kiln firings her ceramic sculptures resemble beautifully rising white-capped waves that have been stunn

gorgeous, organic, graphic ceramic sculptures by German {Australian based} artist Vera Möller. Wouldn’t it be amazing, and quite frankly kinda magical, to find a few of these little things “growing” on the forest floor while out for a morning stroll…

Jae Yong Kim - Donut Rush Fired clay, glaze and underglaze, swarovski crystals, white gold and gold luster glaze

María García-Ibáñez

Maria Garcia-Ibáñez is an artist who lives in both Mexico and Madrid. Garcia-Ibáñez creates work that addresses issues related to the analysis of identity and mobility. The ceramic spine shown abov…

Amazing Ceramic Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

Johnson Cheung-shing TSANG is a Hong Kong sculptor specializing in ceramics, stainless steel sculpture and public art work. Tsang’s .

Pamela Sunday, hand builder of ceramic sculptures inspired by nature and science, is known for her meticulous craftsmanship and for testing the limits of her medium.

Ceramic Sculptures by Brett Kern Look Like Inflatable Toys

Artist Brett Kern creates these very detailed ceramic sculptures that at first glance look very similar to inflatable toys. Almost indistinguishable. Kern does a really good job imitating all the forms, wrinkles, and color textures of air-filled toys.

katharine morling (The Jealous Curator)

Black and white line drawings pulled magically from a sketchbook into the real world through the fantastic ceramic work of UK based artist Katharine Morling. The cameras, the sewing needles, and don’t

Turquoise Blue and Brown Handcrafted Ceramic Sculpture, 'Lanna Horse'

Ceramic sculpture, 'Lanna Horse' - Turquoise Blue and Brown Handcrafted Ceramic Sculpture

Awesome ceramic sculptures by Harumi Nakashima

artwork: Harumi Nakashima, Struggling Form (from the Ecstatic Series), 2002 - 40 x 18 x 18 in. Glazed stoneware - Museum purchase with funds provided by the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, 2004 - Photo: Ed Watkins