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Sun, Moon and Stars Bowl by Duncan Ross  definitely reminds me of Xul Solar's paintings

Sun, Moon and Stars Bowl by Duncan Ross definitely reminds me of Xul Solar's paintings

Round vessel by Carrie Doman. Ceramics. Artist's statement: «I enjoy creating textures that long to be touched or caressed, inviting the viewer to handle and examine them, revealing how the image changes with each new angle and change of light. My intention is not to imitate or reproduce what has taken thousands   or millions of years to form, but to express the beauty and diversity of our natural world.»

Round vessel by Carrie Doman. Ceramics. Artist's statement: «I enjoy creating textures that long to be touched or caressed, inviting the viewer to handle and examine them, revealing how the image changes with each new angle and change of light. My intention is not to imitate or reproduce what has taken thousands or millions of years to form, but to express the beauty and diversity of our natural world.»

Dan Isher | Crystalline Glazed Pottery Sculpture   (pin had said vase but don't think that's correct)♥♥

Dan Isher | Crystalline Glazed Pottery Sculpture (pin had said vase but don't think that's correct)♥♥

Fiona Mazza - North Yorkshire Open Studios - Fiona's work is noticeably influenced by landscape and the nature within it. Each piece is hand-built or slip cast and carved.

Fiona Mazza - North Yorkshire Open Studios - Fiona's work is noticeably influenced by landscape and the nature within it. Each piece is hand-built or slip cast and carved.

Eric Moss’ apple-sized ceramic sculptures are finished with simple, bold geometric designs that he creates using a sprayed glaze over tape or paper resist patterns.  Explaining what happens during this process Moss says “After spraying, the paper is removed to leave a crisp-edged unglazed area which, after raku firing, becomes a black pattern through the glazed area.”

Eric Moss’ apple-sized ceramic sculptures are finished with simple, bold geometric designs that he creates using a sprayed glaze over tape or paper resist patterns. Explaining what happens during this process Moss says “After spraying, the paper is removed to leave a crisp-edged unglazed area which, after raku firing, becomes a black pattern through the glazed area.”

Jennifer McCurdy,  "Emotion fills me when I see perfect forms in nature, from the cracked conch shell on the beach revealing its perfect spiral, to the milkweed pod burst in the field, its brilliant airborne seeds streaming into the sunlight. The ordered symmetry and asymmetry of nature's forms reveal the growth of life, the movement of life."  See her current work here: http://jennifermccurdy.com/currentwork.shtml

Jennifer McCurdy, "Emotion fills me when I see perfect forms in nature, from the cracked conch shell on the beach revealing its perfect spiral, to the milkweed pod burst in the field, its brilliant airborne seeds streaming into the sunlight. The ordered symmetry and asymmetry of nature's forms reveal the growth of life, the movement of life." See her current work here: http://jennifermccurdy.com/currentwork.shtml