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Sasha Bakaric, "Inspiration comes from microscopic images of cells & microorganisms as basis of life. I am intrigued by dichotomy between enormous beauty of these images and fears or repulsiveness that people often have when faced with viruses or bacteria. I love the idea of questioning our relationship with the world inside of us. In the same way as microorganism are multiplying and spreading, so are my pieces. I find great excitement in making yet another similar but totally unique piece."

Sasha Bakaric, "Inspiration comes from microscopic images of cells & microorganisms as basis of life. I am intrigued by dichotomy between enormous beauty of these images and fears or repulsiveness that people often have when faced with viruses or bacteria. I love the idea of questioning our relationship with the world inside of us. In the same way as microorganism are multiplying and spreading, so are my pieces. I find great excitement in making yet another similar but totally unique piece."

Daniel Oliver Ceramics, Urn Series - "I hand build my work. It gives me freedom to create my pieces. I begin with a slab or extruded piece of clay, add textures on the surface then shape my forms until I am pleased with what I see. I mostly do Raku firing which gives my work an earthy look. I brush, stamp or trail glaze my designs. I started the urn series after a returning customer asked me to make him a box for his mother's ashes. The box had to be the size or holding capacity of a shoe…

Daniel Oliver Ceramics, Urn Series - "I hand build my work. It gives me freedom to create my pieces. I begin with a slab or extruded piece of clay, add textures on the surface then shape my forms until I am pleased with what I see. I mostly do Raku firing which gives my work an earthy look. I brush, stamp or trail glaze my designs. I started the urn series after a returning customer asked me to make him a box for his mother's ashes. The box had to be the size or holding capacity of a shoe…

<p><strong>Katie Smith</strong></p> <p><a href="https://www.potclays.co.uk/studio/products/5241/white-stoneware-157-1145-1200-1300c">White Stoneware 157-1145</a>.</p> <p>Using a variety of hand building techniques Katie creates her ceramic landscapes rich in texture and detail, from small individual pieces to large stand-alone sculptural works. Each one reflects part of a journey or memory of a place visited. The unique surface of the works are created with a combination of oxides, slips...

<p><strong>Katie Smith</strong></p> <p><a href="https://www.potclays.co.uk/studio/products/5241/white-stoneware-157-1145-1200-1300c">White Stoneware 157-1145</a>.</p> <p>Using a variety of hand building techniques Katie creates her ceramic landscapes rich in texture and detail, from small individual pieces to large stand-alone sculptural works. Each one reflects part of a journey or memory of a place visited. The unique surface of the works are created with a combination of oxides, slips...

Daniel Oliver Ceramics, Urn Series - "I hand build my work. It gives me freedom to create my pieces. I begin with a slab or extruded piece of clay, add textures on the surface then shape my forms until I am pleased with what I see. I mostly do Raku firing which gives my work an earthy look. I brush, stamp or trail glaze my designs." Urn Series - $1200.00

Daniel Oliver Ceramics, Urn Series - "I hand build my work. It gives me freedom to create my pieces. I begin with a slab or extruded piece of clay, add textures on the surface then shape my forms until I am pleased with what I see. I mostly do Raku firing which gives my work an earthy look. I brush, stamp or trail glaze my designs." Urn Series - $1200.00

Daniel Oliver Ceramics, Urn Series - "I hand build my work. It gives me freedom to create my pieces. I begin with a slab or extruded piece of clay, add textures on the surface then shape my forms until I am pleased with what I see. I mostly do Raku firing which gives my work an earthy look. I brush, stamp or trail glaze my designs. I started the urn series after a returning customer asked me to make him a box for his mother's ashes. The box had to be the size or holding capacity of a shoe…

Daniel Oliver Ceramics, Urn Series - "I hand build my work. It gives me freedom to create my pieces. I begin with a slab or extruded piece of clay, add textures on the surface then shape my forms until I am pleased with what I see. I mostly do Raku firing which gives my work an earthy look. I brush, stamp or trail glaze my designs. I started the urn series after a returning customer asked me to make him a box for his mother's ashes. The box had to be the size or holding capacity of a shoe…

Very cool license plate pottery and serving goods from Art-Shelf. Get them imprinted with any US State license plate

Very cool license plate pottery and serving goods from Art-Shelf. Get them imprinted with any US State license plate

Daniel Oliver Ceramics, Urn Series - "I hand build my work. It gives me freedom to create my pieces. I begin with a slab or extruded piece of clay, add textures on the surface then shape my forms until I am pleased with what I see. I mostly do Raku firing which gives my work an earthy look. I brush, stamp or trail glaze my designs."  Pot Belly Box series

Daniel Oliver Ceramics, Urn Series - "I hand build my work. It gives me freedom to create my pieces. I begin with a slab or extruded piece of clay, add textures on the surface then shape my forms until I am pleased with what I see. I mostly do Raku firing which gives my work an earthy look. I brush, stamp or trail glaze my designs." Pot Belly Box series

Pottery Classes, Sculpture, Group, and Painting on pottery classes - Rhoda Henning's Pottery Studio

Pottery Classes, Sculpture, Group, and Painting on pottery classes - Rhoda Henning's Pottery Studio

Surface Decoration Techniques: wax resist and underglaze/ slip inlay | pottery blog: emily murphy

Surface Decoration Techniques: wax resist and underglaze/ slip inlay | pottery blog: emily murphy

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