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Slab Built Ceramic Works by Sarah Saunders - “I like the clay form to dictate the character I am creating rather than me dictating the clay. I use range of stains, slips & under-glazes to build up the colour on my pieces & oxides & glaze to enhance the textures. I consider my work to be light hearted & humorous. It is very much about people watching” /

Anthropologiefrom Anthropologie

Trussed Pot, Tall

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Isabelle Leclercq. This texture resembles layered paper or wood. I like the transition between vertical and horizantle elements--it creates movement

Joan Brown, Untitled (Bird), 1957-1960; sculpture; cardboard, fabric, string, wood, and electric wire, 12 in. x 6 in. x 8 in. (30.48 cm x 15.24 cm x 20.32 cm) Source: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

'Lumen' (2013) by Berkeley-based American artist Yana Goldfine. Porcelain woven steel. via tracemarks

Margaret Boozer, "Black Pacific" (detail), 2011, Black stoneware and #painting|

Terraforms 2014-cement, marble waste, limestone, steel slag, coal ash, plastic fibre, tree fern slab, various Australian native plants and Spanish moss