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181 Likes, 3 Comments - Rovin Ceramics (@rovin_ceramics) on Instagram: “Lindsay Scypta workshop is off to a great start. Check out these custom tools and textures!…”

181 Likes, 3 Comments - Rovin Ceramics (@rovin_ceramics) on Instagram: “Lindsay Scypta workshop is off to a great start. Check out these custom tools and textures!…”

Ann Coddington, senescence, slip cast ceramic and gold leaf

Ann Coddington, senescence, slip cast ceramic and gold leaf

caroline andrin ceramist Belgium Belgian artist Swiss artist designer artist potter pottery ceramic ceramics

caroline andrin ceramist Belgium Belgian artist Swiss artist designer artist potter pottery ceramic ceramics

Linda Cordell

Linda Cordell's humorous or unsettling porcelain animals. Playing on the conventions of traditional porcelain figurines such as Sevres or Meissen, these ceramic animals portray more natural or base tendencies of sexuality or aggression.

Die derzeitige Kollektion an handgefertigter Keramik und Porzellan.

Gouache, on the opposite hand, can arrive in a little tube or as a pan (such as watercolor), can be thinned (such as watercolor) but even when it's thinned has a unique characteristic to it.

Ceramic air plant holder by Cindy Searles #airplants #ceramics

Ceramic air plant holder by Cindy Searles #airplants #ceramics

Alice by Rachel Boxnboim - cast ceramic tea service inside fabric moulds.

Rachel Boxnboim pours the liquid clay into stitched moulds and gradually syringes it out again, leaving a thick layer clinging to the inside of the fabric. During kiln firing, the cloth burns away, leaving the delicate ceramic vessels behind.

Japanese-born ceramic artist Kenji Uranishi relocated to Brisbane in 2004. From his tiny studio, porcelain structures reminiscent of the built environment are created using slip casting and slab techniques. His work fuses great craftsmanship and Japanese sensibility with a fascination for his surrounding environment

Japanese-born ceramic artist Kenji Uranishi Brisbane in Studio porcelain structures reminiscent of the built environment are created using slip casting and slab techniques. His work fuses great craftsmanship and Japanese sensibility.