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coiled waxed linen thread vessels by California artist Ferne Jacobs.  To see more of her work go to the Nancy Margolis Gallery.

coiled waxed linen thread vessels by California artist Ferne Jacobs. To see more of her work go to the Nancy Margolis Gallery.

Ellen Sachtschale Ceramic Artist. Sachtschale is best known for the natural forms of her Garden Vessels and Blessing Bowls. She shares her original ceramic techniques in workshops and in courses she teaches at Civic A

Ellen Sachtschale Ceramic Artist & Instructor Ellen Sachtschale is best known for the natural forms of her Garden Vessels and Blessing Bowls. She shares her original ceramic techniques in workshops and in courses she teaches at Civic Arts Education in Wal

This spectacular  blown glass vessel from the artist’s Foglio series is created using the challenging  murrini technique. Patchen first creates hundreds of patterned glass tiles and composes them into a mosaic, then fuses them together and begins the blowing process.

This spectacular blown glass vessel from the artist’s Foglio series is created using the challenging murrini technique. Patchen first creates hundreds of patt

Handmade tableware. Lindsay Rogers Ceramics

Plate for the Bull & Beggar Restaurant by American ceramic artist & potter Lindsay Rogers.

Tall Curled Leaf Vessel - Odd Inq Pottery | #CAPCA.   Odd Inq pottery & art tile incorporates the Arts and Crafts aesthetic of both organic and geometric sensibilities. Many of the designs are inspired by Jon White's study of the early 20th century American potters such as Grueby and Teco.

Tall Curled Leaf Vessel - Odd Inq Pottery & Art Tile incorporates the Arts…

Louise Gelderblom creates sculptural vessels handmade in Cape Town, South Africa,  “I only coil, because when I coil it feels like I am busy drawing in three dimensions. The shape of the piece and the surface markings on it create a rhythm, a percussion beat that I think of as a wordless tactile language.”

Louise Gelderblom creates sculptural vessels handmade in Cape Town, South Africa, “I only coil, because when I coil it feels like I am busy drawing in three dimensions. The shape of the piece and the surface markings on it create a rhythm, a percussion b

This vase reminds me of nature by the shape and color. Blue like water and the spiral like a flower before it blooms. Artist: Susan Anderson Title: Growth Series

Vessel inspired by botanicals. Field trip to botanical gardens Susan Anderson Ceramics

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