I’m slightly obsessed with these ceramic queens by artist Laurie Melia. Dreamy, curvy and adorned so so beautifully that they will pop out with pride in on any cabinet. The dish ladies are my favorites!
My latest ceramics crush: Sonia Rose’s beautiful line of breasty vessels, better known as goddess pots. Like in real life, these beauties celebrate diversity in all kinds of shades, shapes and sizes (some of her creations even carry little rings in their nipples too). So gorgeous!
When illustrators start creating ceramics, magical things can happen. That’s what’s shown in this collection of beautiful, playful sculptures and functional ceramics by artist Miri Orenstein. Aren’t these gorgeous? Although all of Miri’s ladies have this quirky, one of a kind style, each of them has its own little character, making her creations such a delight for the eye. Love!
I’ve been a long time fan of the dreamy, whimsical ceramic creations by Clay Opera. Cats, rabbits, unicorns and little dreaming girls, each of these wonderful vessels comes with its own unique and magical little character. The Peter the Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood duo is my favorite!
You can find all of the items below and many more available in their Etsy shop.
It’s been a while since I shared the work of Luxembourg based artist Lisa Junius. And I spotted some gorgeous new ceramic dishes in her shop that I’d gladly share here with you today. Whimsical, functional ánd (as with all of Lisa’s creations) embellished with beautiful illustrations <3
You can find more of Lisa’s work in her shop!
I’ve been keeping myself quite busy with ceramics these last few weeks. Sculpting, painting, improving my pottery wheel skills and mostly, experimenting with techniques and patterns. Today I finally added a collection of new ceramics to The Pottery Parade’s shop. And although the selection is quite small, I was so super excited to see how they turned out!