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A fantastical creature sculpture from Japanese ceramic artist Yoshihiro Kunikata's series 'Moon Trip.' via

.Sabine Pagliarulo. Sabine is nourished by nature. Leaves, shells, pebbles, oxidized iron elements are combined with the clay giving rise to a series of ceramic works that respond to a serene and harmonious vision of the world by staging a universe full of poetry and emotion, where beauty becomes construction element, the genesis of the form and substance of nature.

"Ocean Lace" by Debra Steidel - clay "This piece was about 26" tall when it went into the kiln, about an inch shy of the top. It was thrown in 2 pieces, altered and then coils of clay added to the sides and pulled out into wings. When it was leather hard, I carved the groves and edges and pierced the holes. It was fired to cone 10 with no glaze."

Hand-Built Porcelain Sculptures by Nuala O’Donovan Mimic Fractal Patterns Found in Nature

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Insanely Complex Ceramics Made By Hand, Not 3-D Printer

Nuala O’Donovan’s porcelain ceramics look in every way like the stuff of high-tech manufacturing. They’re intensely complicated sculptures, riffing on some of nature’s most elaborate visual spectacles, from snowflakes and flowers to pine cones and radiolaria. The difference: She makes everything by hand.

Nuala O'Donovan ceramics sculpture that I've photographed back in June 2012. Photography by ©Sylvain Deleu UK London Tel: 0044(0)7870649206

Fenella Elms - Edges - Very fine ribbons of mostly porcelain clay delicately aligned and joined with slip to create intricate structures -built onto an under-sheet of porcelain - fired together.

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Nuala O’Donovan

Ceramics sculpture by Nuala O'Donovan