This is an incredibly impressive ceramic sculpture on a stone plinth by Peter Beard.

This is an incredibly impressive ceramic sculpture on a stone plinth by Peter Beard

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*jaw drops* Peter Beard ceramic part of the 'New Ground' exhibition at Contemporary Ceramics Centre, London,

Emily Free Wilson’s signature style of Free Ceramics began in 2003. With the help of her husband, Matt Wilson, they worked together to fine-tune the pottery line of “Dot Pots”. Porcelain; low fire, clear glaze.

Emily Free Wilson’s signature style of Free Ceramics began in With the help of her husband, Matt Wilson, they worked together to fine-tune the pottery line of “Dot Pots”.

Peter Beard - there are not enough words to express the talent this man has in his little finger alone - ceramics that beg to be bought!

Peter Beard - there are not enough words to express the talent this man has in his little finger alone - ceramics that beg to be bought!

Hand-painted lines in a natural green pigment. Wow. This will get visitors in your house talking. Doesn’t need a thing in it! Source / Mata Ortiz Gallery, mataortiz.com

Mexican ceramics with optical illusions.

The history of Mata Ortiz, both the village and the pottery, can be traced through the archeological remains of nearby Paquimé, a pre-Columbian city state.

Mountain Art, Ceramic Art, Georgia, Ceramics, Pottery

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