ingenio d´água

donde el barro toma forma

Aug 27

Aug 9
Roni Horn

Roni Horn

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Jul 14
Heather Mae Erickson: Alfred Ceramics Turner Teaching Fellow 2009-2012
Robert Turner Teaching Fellowship Exhibition Cataloguehttp://issuu.com/SoAD.NYSCC.Alfred/docs/

Heather Mae Erickson: Alfred Ceramics Turner Teaching Fellow 2009-2012

Robert Turner Teaching Fellowship Exhibition Catalogue
http://issuu.com/SoAD.NYSCC.Alfred/docs/

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Jul 9
photographersdirectory:

Kevin A Morris is a Ceramic Designer. I took some time to visit him at his studio on Monday 30th June.
"The idea of object, material and environment is central to my work, be the objects found or placed in a natural environment or within our own man made habitats. How we interact within nature and our attempts to contain, harness or even contribute to it though objects is exciting to me, I try to translate this in the work I do at the moment." Kevin A Morris.
My approach is all about the subject in their environment, I believe we are happiest when we are in our comfort surrounded by the objects that make us who we are. 
Website Link

photographersdirectory:

Kevin A Morris is a Ceramic Designer. I took some time to visit him at his studio on Monday 30th June.

"The idea of object, material and environment is central to my work, be the objects found or placed in a natural environment or within our own man made habitats. How we interact within nature and our attempts to contain, harness or even contribute to it though objects is exciting to me, I try to translate this in the work I do at the moment." Kevin A Morris.

My approach is all about the subject in their environment, I believe we are happiest when we are in our comfort surrounded by the objects that make us who we are. 

Website Link


Jun 30

Gwyn Hanssen Pigott

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Jun 18
Birger Kaipiainen

Birger Kaipiainen


Jun 8
blueberrymodern:

natzler

blueberrymodern:

natzler


Jun 6
laura andreson

laura andreson

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Jun 2

makemorecoolstuff:

“The goal was to produce a pencil lead as a type of ceramic object. The vessels are made by mixing clay with graphite and baking it at high temperature. In fact, the vessels are made with the same recipe as a pencil lead.” by “bril“ (via Mocoloco).

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May 29

Lucie Rie

sageceramics:

Lucie Rie

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May 28

lenscapes:

Gary Holt throwing three tea bowls (by Jim Hair)

I miss this man. He has a lovely way of being in the world and a masterful approach to his craft that I have always found inspiring. Time for a visit in his home studio!


May 12

May 8
blueberrymodern:

Lucie Rie

blueberrymodern:

Lucie Rie


Gertrud and Otto Natzler

Gertrud and Otto Natzler

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2nd International Ceramic Art Symposium “LANDescape” - Ceramic Laboratory: Call for Applications

ceramicsnow:

2nd International Ceramic Art SYmposium LANDescape Daugavpils

2nd International Ceramic Art Symposium “LANDescape” - Ceramic Laboratory: Call for Applications
Submissions deadline: June 15, 2014

Dates: August 11-25, 2014
Location: Mark Rothko Art Center, Daugavpils, Latvia

International Ceramic Art Symposium “LANDescape” 2014 is a joint initiative of Daugavpils Clay Art Center and Daugavpils Rothko Art Center which emerged from both partner organizations’ activities and cooperation aimed at promoting contemporary art, including contemporary ceramic processes in Latvia.

In the framework of planned ceramic symposium “LANDescape”, drawing inspiration both from Latvian nature and cultural space, as well as personal world, the participants are invited to create unique ceramic art works with their chosen materials and techniques, although there is a conjunctive theme, that indicates „spurting”, „escaping” „getting away”, etc.

The “LANDescape” symposium is being organized for the second time, and this year’s symposium is assigned with an additional title - Ceramic Laboratory. This year our aim is to create a kind of laboratory, where artists experiment and share their experience with each other in different ceramic firing technologies. While choosing the symposium participants, priority will be given to artists who, alongside the creative work will offer a firing master class and/or public lecture dedicated to the ceramics or ceramic technologies, which will subsequently be published in the catalogue of the symposium.

Symposium Organizers: Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Center in collaboration with association „Daugavpils Clay Art Center” Symposium aims:
1. To create unique contemporary ceramic objects for Latvian art and cultural space, to create a platform for artists to exchange experiences and generate creative idea, as well as to promote contemporary ceramic processes in the society;
2. To promote high quality contemporary art availability to public, raise public interest in culture, preservation of cultural heritage, to promote the creation of new artworks and their collections.

Symposium participants: 15 professional ceramists participate in the Symposium. Selection of the participants will be held taking into consideration the materials sent (Application, CV and visual information that are sent, taking into consideration the regulations below).

Symposium organizers’ liabilities:
1. Artists’ accommodation costs in Daugavpils (hotel and meals);
2. Working studios;
3. Working materials: clay (1000 ºC), chamotte clay (1000-1100 ºC), glaze.
4. Opportunity to use wood-firing kiln, electric kiln, as well as a chance to explore different types of individual firing;
5. Publicity (information in mass media, publishing of symposium catalogue);
6. Recreation possibilities: tour around the city and region, visiting educational arts establishments in Daugavpils;
7. Opportunity to present a creative work;
8. Symposium opening exhibition (opening on August 12, 2014);
9. Symposium final exhibition (opening on August 23, 2014).

Artist liabilities:
1. Travel costs to Daugavpils and return home;
2. Other materials and instruments necessary for work;
3. Workshop and/or lecture presentation in frame of the symposium;
4. To donate one art work from symposium opening exhibition to Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Center (art works should be brought to the symposium opening exhibition);
5. To donate one art work, which will be created during the symposium, and which will be chosen by specially organized jury, to Daugavpils Clay Art Centre;
6. During first 5 days after receiving the invitation, an artist needs to confirm his/her participation (until July 10, 2014).

For further information, download the regulations (.pdf).
Click here to apply online.

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