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Cuddle mug coffee tea cup in stoneware hand thrown ceramic pottery handmade

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Hand built Ceramics by Tina Vlassopulos

Tina Vlassopulos is a London Based studio potter. I’m intrigued by her work because, like myself, she creates one of a kind hand made ceramic vessels. Much of her work is very similar to what…


 

Ceramics by Catherine and Matt West

It was good on Thursday to have photographer, George Baggaley, visit the studio. George approached us a few months back to see if he could make a film to document our making process and since has visited a couple of times. It’s been great having him visit the studio and learn more about his work.


 

National Museum of Ceramics Princessehof: A Surprising Contemporary Interior with 21st Century Style

The whole design of the contemporary interior is shown with a 21st-century style. This style is created by bringing some 21st-century elements too, especially in the museum shop. The shop has grey cha


 

Throwing a Swirly Vase

Throwing a Swirly Vase on the potters wheel. #ceramics #ceramic #pottery #clay #claystagram #instapottery #stoneware #handmade #glaze #cone6 #wheelthrown


 

Hessa Al Ajmani

3,843 mentions J’aime, 87 commentaires - Hessa Al Ajmani


 

Mary Fox I met Mary Fox last year ... what a great gal (and potter). I've been enjoying one of her peasant bowls.


 

Yellow Pottery mug, Tea cup, Ceramic cup, Oversized Mug, Сoffee cup, Coffee Lovers Gift, New home gift, Housewarming gift, Ceramic mug


 

Handmade grey pottery porridge bowl

Ceramic pottery bowl in black clay with gentle linen-inspired brushstroke grey/blue glaze. Available in the June shop update.


 

Main Collection - Handmade Pottery — Kara Leigh Ford Ceramics


 

Hana Karim on Instagram: “About the g r e e n s • • • #ceramics #plate #pottery #turquoise #blue #dinnerware #stoneware #makersgonnamake #modernceramics…”

About the greens - teal organic ceramic pottery plates #ceramics #plate #pottery #turquoise #blue #dinnerware #stoneware #makersgonnamake #modernceramics #contemporaryceramics #Regram via @hanaakarimm


 

@ceramic.is.love on Instagram: “From @dreamcoconutdream

From @dreamcoconutdream


 

florian gadsby

Florian Gadsby. Water pot and brush holder, crackle glazes, reduction fired.


 

Nicole Pepper on Instagram: “More flower frog vases. Getting things together for BAM July 26-28 @bel

Tall Flow Pot Fine art ceramics #fineartceramics #vessels #handbuiltvessels #vases #pottery


 

Helen Levi: Clothing Is a Function

Helen Levi is a Brooklyn-based potter working primarily with stoneware. Her studio in Red Hook focuses on small-batch production exploring marbling and surface pattern. If you’re not already familiar with Helen’s work, prepare to fall hard. Her pottery drew me in immediately - the color patterns, oversized mugs, and her witty descriptions and relatable personality were magnetic. I have a bit of an obsession with tabletop objects - bowls, mugs, jars, pots, pitchers - I’ll never get enough, and no one can stop me. The functional yet playful nature of Helen’s work is right up my alley, and stepping into her world for a bit was an absolute treat. I think part of my fixation with pottery is that I harbor a secret (well, not so secret now, I guess) desire to mold clay into things with my hands, too. The tools of the trade really appeal to me, and the medium is so tactile - the thought of cool, wet clay spinning underneath my hands, thick pours of opaque liquid, putting all your weight behind a rolling pin, the ability to achieve a gloriously slick finish or dynamic matte surface. I love the contrast of the process to the finished product, as well. It’s dirty, gritty work that produces beautiful, delicate objects, and I really enjoy that tension. It reminds me of making clothing - pattern making and garment construction are very mathematical, technical, and manual processes, but they result in ephemeral, fluid, emotional products. At any rate, suffice it to say, I am fascinated by what Helen does and maybe just a wee bit obsessed with the whole scene. We visited her Brooklyn studio, and it was everything you’d imagine and more. Sunlight poured over the teetering shelves full of molds, buckets, clay, pots, and a myriad of other tools and materials. Planters, mugs, vases - everywhere you looked, you’d find something finished and in use, something in the middle of becoming itself, and material in waiting. Watching Helen work was fascinating, and it was clear that she needed to move quickly from task to task without anything impeding her movement or comfort. Our garments felt right at home in her studio. A cotton canvas jumpsuit becomes a workshop uniform, smeared with clay and accumulating new stories with every wear. A linen tunic well suited for packing up orders or unloading the kiln on a humid summer morning. While I may never fulfill my secret dream of becoming a potter, it feels just about as good to be present in the studios of artists I admire through dress. We asked Helen what role clothing plays in her life and work, and here’s what she had to say: “Clothing is a function. I dress differently in my home life than my work life, and when I’m at the studio, I always choose my wardrobe with function and comfort as my top priority. I love that my Elizabeth Suzann pieces are both functional and comfortable - and good looking enough that I want to wear them when I’m not at work.” Helen wears the Sleeveless Placket Top in Ivory Midweight Linen (see a similar style), Cecilia Pant in Black Cotton Stretch (style discontinued), and Clyde Jumpsuit in Natural Cotton Canvas (see a similar style).


 

Exaco Ceramic Succulent and Cacti Planter | Gardener's Supply

Exaco Cacti Planter


 


 

Hessa Al Ajmani

3,843 mentions J’aime, 87 commentaires - Hessa Al Ajmani


 

Ceramic Match Striker

CERAMIC MATCH STRIKER - AVESHA MICHAEL


 

Ceramic Garlic Keeper 3.5 x 5.5 | Gardener's Supply

Countertop ceramic crock keeps garlic fresh and close at hand. Dark storage prevents sprouting. Decorative cut-outs ensure good air circulation.


 

Cheese Stone

Featuring a hand-cast design, the Farmhouse Pottery Cheese Stone is hand dipped in a cream glaze for a sophisticated finish and durable style.  SpecificationsSmall: 7.5Medium: 10Large: 14 Made in the U.S.Oven, Microwave, Dishwasher Safe


 


 

What Do I Need to do Pottery at Home?

You might want to invest in some pottery supplies for your home so you can explore the hobby further and make pieces whenever you want to


 

LeafPotteryShop shared a new photo on Etsy

Ceramic leaf plate Dinnerware plate for serving Yellow dish | Etsy


 

Here a lovely scallop bowl just on his own or with some precious items in it... in the Milky Canvas color sheme. Sizes: High approx.: 8cm. {a big 3} Diameter: ± 14,5cm. {almost 5 7/10} The colors are inspired by the lovely fabric cloths tarp with there lovely textures... We have chosen a dark red stoneware claybo


 

Blue Eagle Ceramic Planter

Blue Eagle Ceramic Planter - Shop Pottery, Ceramics — Pistils Nursery


 

Kentia Naud -Creative Ceramics on Instagram: “This is most of the stash. I had forgotten how labour intensive these berry cartons were to make. They are made from soft slabs of…”

Ceramic berry baskets Handmade pottery from @terrefermepottery #wabisabipottery #wabisabikitchen #kitchenware #farmhousekitchen #berrybowl #berrycarton #berrybasket


 

Hand built Ceramics by Tina Vlassopulos

Tina Vlassopulos is a London Based studio potter. I’m intrigued by her work because, like myself, she creates one of a kind hand made ceramic vessels. Much of her work is very similar to what…


 

How To Create An Indoor Garden - Honestly WTF

If you know me, you’ll know I’m notorious for my inability to keep plants alive. Yes, I’ve managed to take down even the lowest maintenance of living greens (ahem, cacti). Over watering, under watering, not enough sun, too…