Ethereal bowls made from the skeletons of maple and other leaves are the latest addition to Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi’s impressive portfolio. While she is most famous for her labor-intensive loom works, Sekimachi creates these sylvan masterpieces by adding Kozo paper, watercolor and Krylon coating to the leaves, giving them solid form.
nice, easy patterns ....... Ceramic pieces of Brighton-based artist, Ken Eardley. He has taken his background as textile designer and applied his knowledge and ideas into this bold and colorful collection of ceramics. You can see his portfolio here at Yellow House Art. Images: Courtesy of Ken Eardley and Yellow House Art.
This website does NOT show how she does it, but this bowl is GORGEOUS. Perhaps she makes it by using slab clay inside a slump mold (or on a hump mold) and then using very thick slip trails to continue the design of the bowl? It would certainly be worth experiment to see whether it could be replicated.
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This contemporary decorative bowl comes in a mix of bright, stained dark purple and lilac glass with hues from violet to lavender. The high quality glass bowl would look stunning on a table as a decorative centre piece or filled with candles, dried flowers or fruits.