• Cthulhu ceramic crockery
  • MARY O'MALLEY
  • Ceramics 63
  • michelle_maher_coccolithospore_ceramic_sculpture_process (2)
  • Fill the balloon with water . This image illustrates why you don't completely fill the balloon you should always leave some room in the neck of the balloon, then as the form dries the pressure has somewhere to go and your clay wont split like that.
  • Landscape Vessel. H.19.5cm
  • Favela Vessels. Stoneware. H. 22cm, 13cm
  • 'BHEKI' Stoneware. H.20cm. by Hilary Mayo
  • TEACUP: Stoneware and wire. H.16cm
  • Coiled stoneware. H. 32cm by Hilary Mayo
  • Small bowls with crackle glaze.
  • Frederic Mulatier – Trajectoires
  • Les racines du ciel Frederic Mulatier vannier sculpteur
  • Studio Arhoj_ceramic glazed bowls_Remodelista_current_obsessions
  • Ceramic bowls. Elegant but tough enough for every day use.
  • Explore trilukne's photos on Flickr. trilukne has uploaded 99 photos to Flickr.
  • Studio Twocan - Design Crush. Each piece Studio Twocan creates is individually crafted and the cement is colored using pigment inspired by Australian landscapes, then each piece is polished with natural oils, sealing the cement with a satin finish. This process celebrates imperfections and ensures that each piece is unique.
  • aqua by serax | Beautiful stuff!!! | photo-copy | Flickr
  • June Ridgeway  The work is coil built, burnished and saggar fired. Inspiration is from a number of sources: erosion or weathering, just as the patina of age takes its course over any surface subjected to the elements, so the smoke and the added ingredients placed in the saggar, such as salt, wire, oxides, make their unique marks directly on the satin, burnished surface of the piece.
  • Feather Raku Spirit Vessel #3
  • SAM HALLArthouse1 gallery, Bermondsey London
  • Ceramics by Craig Underhill at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2012. Plans, 14cms high
  • Ceramics - Craig Underhill
  • Melanie Ferguson, Artist, Tossed Ashore: Urchin 4, #ArtonTap www.dailyartmuse....
  • Melanie Ferguson by jannyshere
  • Melanie FERGUSON Portfolios... I love the subtle use of color
  • A ship wreck. A life wreck. A heart break. We see romance, but they saw tragedy. Maybe tragedy weathered with time into romance.
  • From the Sea
  • Rust | さび | Rouille | ржавчина | Ruggine | Herrumbre | Chip | Decay | Metal | Corrosion | Tarnish | Patina | Decay | Port Townsend boat yard-dm
  • Rust-on-boat