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I instantly fell in love with the miniature ceramic sculptures by Pearson & Maron. Especially their latest work which we feature below, has a dreamy and playful touch and would beautifully complement any space. I find these creations quite appealing in a simple yet engaging and charming manner.
 
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The creations of Lyn Swan quickly gained my attention. Minimal and playful – her items are very original and whimsical and this collection in particular inspired by nature.

As Lyn notes in her online shop: “I was born to work in clay, ever since I remember I have been addicted to clay and been producing for over thirty five years .... yikes ..... that seems a long time, but time flies when you are having fun!” And it surely shows that the artist puts her heart in her pieces.

 
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Beautiful, contemporary and simply inspiring are the ceramic artworks of Isabelle Abramson, a young self taught artist who currently lives and creates in Boston.

Intricate patterns are created from porcelain, silver, gold and platinum and all of the pieces are hand signed by the artist before being fired.

Check out her online gallery here!

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In Mud Puppy one can browse through a truly gorgeous collection of modern ceramic hanging air plant pods along with various air plants called tillandsias.

As the crafter informs us: “They look amazing individually or hung in groups! You can also display these right side up on a shelf or table just by taking the cord and hanger out.”
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Check out another fresh design featuring a baby head sculptural vase / planter.
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I was absolutely blown away when I discovered Louche Lab in etsy. The variety and uniqueness of their handmade designs is incredible and the colors just draw you in!

Louche Lab is the creative duo Aya and Ned and if you’re up to discovering even a larger collection of art, craft and photography visit their site here!


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A beautiful collection of handmade porcelain pieces by D Terry Designs who lives and creates in Tennessee. Having studied Fine Arts and specializing in ceramics and sculpture, the designer is mainly inspired by natural forms and patterns.

“I love carving small and tedious designs in my pieces to make organic forms and textures.”

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In DiTerra online shop clay is transformed into beautiful, unique pieces. Everything is made traditionally on a potter’s wheel and gradually transformed into the desired shape.

I love the natural feel of DiTerra’s pottery. The crafter notes: “I enjoy pottery because of it's calming affect, I love sitting at the potter's wheel and watching the clay transform into something new. Pottery is so cool because you start the process with a block of clay and finish with a beautiful and functional piece of art. I especially love decorating and glazing my pieces. It's always fun experimenting with different glazes and slips (liquid clay applied like paint) because you never really know how it's going to come out of the kiln! Every time I get a new batch of pieces done, it's like opening presents at Christmas. I'm always excited to see what unfolds.”
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Transforming clay to unique design objects is Jennifer Nesbitt’s specialization. As the artist mentions “There's something wonderful about manipulating a shapeless lump of clay, and about seeing and feeling a idea take shape. When creating a piece, I'm conscious of form, symmetry (and intentional asymmetry), balance, proportion, and many other elements of aesthetic content. But I want each piece to appeal to the touch as well as the eye. I spend a lot of time on texture because it adds another dimension to the tactility of working with clay and lends a sense of movement and rhythm to the fixed object. I try to use colors to the same effect, combining and layering glazes to create interesting visual textures.”

I absolutely love the colorful minimalism and design aesthetics of JMN Pottery.

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I have to admit that I spent ‘ages’ in Nina’s blog! Happy colors, pop designs and oh so many fabulous ceramics.

 

Nina lives in the Netherlands and beyond creating or redecorating to die for ceramics she’s also into making collages, screen-printing and clothes. Do stop by her little corner in Etsy. I promise you won’t regret it!

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Inspired by nature elements Heather Knight creates ethereal ceramic art objects with a minimalistic and contemporary touch. Experimenting with various textures, forms and techniques she transforms clay and porcelain into unique design decorations.


 

Take a look at her online shop in Etsy!