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Cynthia Toops  "Trip – Mexico". The pendant’s polymer clay panels are reminiscent of postcards and are secured in a sterling silver "suitcase" , inset, made by Chuck Domitrovich. Photo by Roger Schreiber

Trip - Mexico (first and second panels) by Cynthia Toops. The pendant’s polymer clay panels are reminiscent of postcards and are secured in a sterling silver suitcase. Metalwork by Chuck Domitrovich.

Marilyn Campbell | GALLERY | Black & White Series | "Definitely Not in Kansas. "Although nature has long been an inspiration, I have recently become interested in using design principles to bring a more classic, cultured look to my vessels. Inspiration for the black and white work began with a book of vintage and contemporary handbags."

Marilyn Campbell | GALLERY | Black & White Series | "Definitely Not in Kansas. "Although nature has long been an inspiration, I have recently become interested in using design principles to bring a more classic, cultured look to my vessels. Inspiration for the black and white work began with a book of vintage and contemporary handbags."

Mesmerizing Pottery Technique Suddenly Transforms a Drop of Liquid into a Blooming Tree - My Modern Met

Ceramic artist Kevin Kowalski creates bold surface designs on clay that transform right in front of your eyes. Using a mesmerizing pottery technique called mocha diffusion, he dots wet clay with an innocuous brown mixture that reacts to the surface in an