It’s What’s Inside That Counts

It’s What’s Inside That Counts

Kerry Hastings Ceramics - hand coiled one of a kind bowls. These glazes are subtle but lovely. These are Matte glazes. We only have a few in the studio. If you are interested let me know and I can order more. I love the shape

Heather Levine’s ceramic hanging pendant lights - Maybe with swirls?

Heather Levine's ceramic hanging pendant lights

Sasha Bakaric, "Inspiration comes from microscopic images of cells & microorganisms as basis of life. I am intrigued by dichotomy between enormous beauty of these images and fears or repulsiveness that people often have when faced with viruses or bacteria. I love the idea of questioning our relationship with the world inside of us. In the same way as microorganism are multiplying and spreading, so are my pieces. I find great excitement in making yet another similar but totally unique piece."

Sasha Bakaric, "Inspiration comes from microscopic images of cells & microorganisms as basis of life. I am intrigued by dichotomy between enormous beauty of these images and fears or repulsiveness that people often have when faced with viruses or bacteria. I love the idea of questioning our relationship with the world inside of us. In the same way as microorganism are multiplying and spreading, so are my pieces. I find great excitement in making yet another similar but totally unique piece."

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RESERVED Unusual Carstens Tonnieshof Ceramic Triangular Plate 50s W Germany

Flower Serving Bowl - Farmhouse Morning glaze, 8 cups handmade pottery Turquoise and Khaki Brown

Flower Serving Bowl - Farmhouse Morning glaze, 8 cups handmade pottery Turquoise and Khaki Brown

Gabriele Koch | "New Departures": Hand-built, burnished, smoke fired vessels (2012). "All pieces are hand built and some are burnished to achieve a tactile surface. In some pots I have incorporated texture to create a contrast between rough and burnished surface areas. My most recent work sees a shift from low fired earthenware to high fired stoneware, combining rough black clay with white porcelain, giving me the opportunity to create strong graphic designs in contrasting colours".

Gabriele Koch | "New Departures": Hand-built, burnished, smoke fired vessels (2012). "All pieces are hand built and some are burnished to achieve a tactile surface. In some pots I have incorporated texture to create a contrast between rough and burnished surface areas. My most recent work sees a shift from low fired earthenware to high fired stoneware, combining rough black clay with white porcelain, giving me the opportunity to create strong graphic designs in contrasting colours".

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