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David D GIlbaugh - Contemporary ceramic artist featured on Ceramics Now

David D GIlbaugh - Contemporary ceramic artist featured on Ceramics Now

David Gilbaugh Ceramics • Ceramics Now - Contemporary ceramics magazine

David Gilbaugh Ceramics • Ceramics Now - Contemporary ceramics magazine

David Gilbaugh: The Imaginist, 2009, sculpture, 21”(W) x 33”(H) x 23”(D), hand-built coil, B-mix stoneware, cone 8, black stain brushed in crevices, water washed iron and rutile stain throughout, interior - red engobe.

David Gilbaugh: The Imaginist, 2009, sculpture, 21”(W) x 33”(H) x 23”(D), hand-built coil, B-mix stoneware, cone 8, black stain brushed in crevices, water washed iron and rutile stain throughout, interior - red engobe.

Ferri Farahmandi Ceramics - Gallery 3 Coiled sculptures | ferriceramics.com

Ferri Farahmandi Ceramics - Gallery 3 Coiled sculptures | ferriceramics.com

David Gilbaugh: Orange Oak Teapot, 2008, sculpted teapot, 9”(W) x 17”(H), hand-built slab, B-mix stoneware paper clay with grog, cone 10 reduction, black stain brushed in crevices, water washed iron and rutile stain throughout, Winokur Yellow glaze...

David Gilbaugh: Orange Oak Teapot, 2008, sculpted teapot, 9”(W) x 17”(H), hand-built slab, B-mix stoneware paper clay with grog, cone 10 reduction, black stain brushed in crevices, water washed iron and rutile stain throughout, Winokur Yellow glaze...

By http://www.instagram.com/hifructosemag / Don't want to be king just want to wear this crown! Porcelain has been a highly prized material for centuries impenetrable tough and strong yet it has the magical translucence found in sea shells where it earned its namesake. These contrasting aspects of porcelain are what make it so fascinating for sculptor Katusyo Aoki first featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 21 who has chosen this material to express a multitude of emotions. She is perhaps best known…

By http://www.instagram.com/hifructosemag / Don't want to be king just want to wear this crown! Porcelain has been a highly prized material for centuries impenetrable tough and strong yet it has the magical translucence found in sea shells where it earned its namesake. These contrasting aspects of porcelain are what make it so fascinating for sculptor Katusyo Aoki first featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 21 who has chosen this material to express a multitude of emotions. She is perhaps best known…

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