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Takayuki Sakiyama - 2009 #Sculpture

Takayuki Sakiyama - 2009 #Sculpture

by Takayuki Sakiyama textured ceramic vessel, “All of my work is inspired by the sea, especially the natural curve created by the waves. When I was in junior high school I knew I had to find a way to be an artist and live by the sea." See more at: http://beautifulpeopleliveart.com/artist-takayuri-sakiyama/

by Takayuki Sakiyama textured ceramic vessel, “All of my work is inspired by the sea, especially the natural curve created by the waves. When I was in junior high school I knew I had to find a way to be an artist and live by the sea." See more at: http://beautifulpeopleliveart.com/artist-takayuri-sakiyama/

Sakiyama Takayuki: “Listening to Waves” vase

Sakiyama Takayuki: “Listening to Waves” vase

cavinmorrisgallery:  Pascal OudetMedium black/blue bowl, 2014Oak, Turned, Sandblasted4.13 x 3.94 x 4.53 inches10.5 x 10 x 11.5 cmPaO 25

cavinmorrisgallery: Pascal OudetMedium black/blue bowl, 2014Oak, Turned, Sandblasted4.13 x 3.94 x 4.53 inches10.5 x 10 x 11.5 cmPaO 25

Gefäße gedehnt: Petra Töppe Zenker

Gefäße gedehnt: Petra Töppe Zenker

Patricia Shone Ceramics Erosion Jar Ht 22cm earthenware

Patricia Shone Ceramics Erosion Jar Ht 22cm earthenware

Sue Scobie — Tidelines, coiled porcelain and stoneware, unglazed

Sue Scobie — Tidelines, coiled porcelain and stoneware, unglazed

Waiting for rain. Sue scobie 2012 " to capture the essence of our wild places in my works. They are intended for quiet contemplation in a world which is far too busy. All my current work is hand-formed by pinching and coiling using combinations of coloured porcelain and stoneware clays. Surfaces are highly tactile, with the silky, translucent porcelain contrasting with the rough, gritty stoneware"

Waiting for rain. Sue scobie 2012 " to capture the essence of our wild places in my works. They are intended for quiet contemplation in a world which is far too busy. All my current work is hand-formed by pinching and coiling using combinations of coloured porcelain and stoneware clays. Surfaces are highly tactile, with the silky, translucent porcelain contrasting with the rough, gritty stoneware"

Harvey Sadow's work looks like coil to me, but his artist statment says he "re-throws" pots, among other techniques. His pots are in the High Museum-Atlanta and the White House Collection-Washington DC. Born 1946, this artist enjoys living in Florida. ,,. So do I! American Artist, Harvey Sadow

Harvey Sadow's work looks like coil to me, but his artist statment says he "re-throws" pots, among other techniques. His pots are in the High Museum-Atlanta and the White House Collection-Washington DC. Born 1946, this artist enjoys living in Florida. ,,. So do I! American Artist, Harvey Sadow

French Raku Studio “la porte du soleil” http://www.veniceclayartists.com/french-studio-la-porte-du-solei/

French Raku Studio “la porte du soleil” http://www.veniceclayartists.com/french-studio-la-porte-du-solei/