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Feminine Owl Tattoos | owl-tattoo-heart

Feminine Owl Tattoos | owl-tattoo-heart

Armored_Cat_and__4fe661f71d0db.jpg (452×640) (Is it clay? Who is artist?)

Armored_Cat_and__4fe661f71d0db.jpg (452×640) (Is it clay? Who is artist?)

☥ Figurative Ceramic Sculpture ☥ Maria De Castro

☥ Figurative Ceramic Sculpture ☥ Maria De Castro

Art tile Animal sculpture wall art ceramic by MedicineBluffStudio

Art tile Animal sculpture wall art ceramic by MedicineBluffStudio

Painted porcelain and ceramic sculpture by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontiev

Painted porcelain and ceramic sculpture by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontiev

raku-ceramic, copper matt Sculpture   - Artist Edeltrude Arleitner (Graz Austria)

raku-ceramic, copper matt Sculpture - Artist Edeltrude Arleitner (Graz Austria)

Barbara Cichocka - painting and sculpture in ceramics

Barbara Cichocka - painting and sculpture in ceramics

This fireplace is made of stoneware, a dense ceramic body that is highly durable. Its strong, sculptural design reflects the popularity of the Art Nouveau style. The twisting forms of the vertical sides and the complex, curving shapes of the hair above the mask are characteristic of Art Nouveau design, which emphasized stylized, sinuous lines and commonly employed motifs from the natural world. The fireplace is signed ‘Muller/Luneville’ | JV

This fireplace is made of stoneware, a dense ceramic body that is highly durable. Its strong, sculptural design reflects the popularity of the Art Nouveau style. The twisting forms of the vertical sides and the complex, curving shapes of the hair above the mask are characteristic of Art Nouveau design, which emphasized stylized, sinuous lines and commonly employed motifs from the natural world. The fireplace is signed ‘Muller/Luneville’ | JV

Kristen StingleI combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.

Kristen StingleI combine found objects and discarded elements from the past with my ceramic work. The mixed media not only creates an intriguing dialogue of materials but also informs the viewer of the scope of the figure’s journey within each narrative.

ROBIN & JOHN GUMAELIUS, ceramic sculpture

ROBIN & JOHN GUMAELIUS, ceramic sculpture