More to explore:
::DESIGN:: jeanne opgenhaffen | how the wind blows (porcelain!!!) - love the texture-- I'd like to see this in fabric
paper#baby product #children toy #baby toy #kid toy| http://baby-toy-linwood.blogspot.com
paper sculpture - flow-like ornaments on wall
"How The Wind Blows" | Murals of Porcelain Tiles Art | by Jeanne Opgenhaffen
this is what I hoped one of my art projects would have looked like but I failed miserably
jeanne opgenhaffen - white porcelain, wall art piece mounted on perspex
jeanne opgenhaffen | how the wind blows (porcelain!!! via ofpaperandthings....)
jeanne opgenhaffen The search for green. It has a movement about it - like a breeze blowing across a field changing the colour of the vegetation. honderden 'plaatjes' van gekleurd porselein
Jeanne Opgenhaffen, Blau tussen schijn en zijn, The river as wild and beautiful and torrent as any on the face of the planet, picked its cource, once ago and bagan its masterwork, 1994
Never Still, Always Changing (detail), white porcelain "mural" - Jeanne Opgenhaffen
. . . wonderful terracotta wind chime by Gallery1822 . . .
Garcia_PInspire_1/28/13 These are very pretty flowers yet look like they have a delicate design.
Jeanne Quinn's 'A Thousand Tiny Deaths' (detail), ceramics and balloons, 2009.
Wind Chime: ceramic hemispheres hung close together create long body of a fish with -I'm sure- a great sound chime. Could be done with your own clay but also upcycled old tea or espresso cups for this same thing, fish or not. Cute!
Like these colors
I love unique windchimes
These pieces demonstrate proportion because the smaller objects contrast the larger ones well
I like the demensions on these photos and the color change between the bowl and liquid looking stuff flowing from the bowl.
Mie Kongo #ceramics #pottery