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Trimmed lemonsqueezer

Trimmed lemonsqueezer

Ceramic lemonsqueezer on the wheel

Ceramic lemonsqueezer on the wheel

Ceramic rolling mug

Ceramic rolling mug

Ceramic funnel

Ceramic funnel

Ceramic lemonsqueezers

Ceramic lemonsqueezers

Ceramic, fresh teacup

Ceramic, fresh teacup

Ceramic salt sprinklers

Ceramic salt sprinklers

Glace tests on salt sprinklers, oxidation to the left and reduction to the right. #ceramic

Glace tests on salt sprinklers, oxidation to the left and reduction to the right.

Quirky Ceramic Face Pots Are Given a Wild Hairdo When You Add a Plant - My Modern Met

Quirky Ceramic Face Pots Are Given a Wild Hairdo When You Add a Plant

Artist Jennifer Hinkle creates a small, colorful world out of charming ceramic planters. Through her shop Hinkleville, she sells her handcrafted pots that

Quirky Ceramic Face Pots Are Given a Wild Hairdo When You Add a Plant - My Modern Met   -Jennifer Hinkle

Quirky Ceramic Face Pots Are Given a Wild Hairdo When You Add a Plant

Quirky Ceramic Face Pots Are Given a Wild Hairdo When You Add a Plant - My Modern Met -Jennifer Hinkle

samantha robinson ~ porcelain creations AND her gorgeous studio! <3 | merchandising idea for store

samantha robinson ~ porcelain creations AND her gorgeous studio! I love the watermelon bowls!

The three dimensional trees on this pot are what caught my eye and started my pottery addiction. The fact that they can get the clay to show that much detail is amazing! They go through the whole process on the site: http://www.silverkiln.com

beautiful tree bowl incised carved openwork detailed photos step by step tutorial tips pottery ceramics clay - Linda Nowell, silverkiln

Sea Pottery Blue White Bowl Sea Glass Art by SaraLeGrisCreations

Sea Pottery Blue White Bowl, Sea Glass Art, Vintage Antique Ceramics, Mosaic

A unique bowl with a contempory feel made from sea pottery found on my local beach. The peices are sea worn and very old.

• P029 • “Vistas of my early Ceramic creations” “The subtle nuances of the real heart of a Potter, as expressed through his finished work(s), is not always easy to grasp. Nevertheless, the process of creating any work of Art, especially the very elemental and “grounding” experience of Pottery, can be very insightful and revealing... often like looking right through — into, as well as out from — the depths of one’s soul!”

• P029 • “Vistas of my early Ceramic creations” “The subtle nuances of the real heart of a Potter, as expressed through his finished work(s), is not always easy to grasp. Nevertheless, the process of creating any work of Art, especially the very elemental and “grounding” experience of Pottery, can be very insightful and revealing... often like looking right through — into, as well as out from — the depths of one’s soul!”

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