African basket wall art installation I created from baskets I gathered in Zambia, South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana. #chicvilleusa

African basket wall art installation created from baskets gathered in Zambia, South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana.

Dorothy Torivio group. Acoma Pueblo pottery

{Makes me want to draw tangles on pottery. Especially love the swirled pattern in lower right corner} Dorothy Torivio group.

Handmade tool box hewn from Nicaraguan walnut. Interior tray for screws, nails…

Handmade tool box hewn from Nicaraguan walnut. Interior tray for screws, nails and storage of other small items. Large lower compartment for hammers and screwdrivers. Measures 14 inches long x 6 ½ inches deep x 6 inches high.

Vase

Two beautifully textured vases by Lamella—all I know about the origin of these vases is that they are supposedly made by a company in Thailand started by a brother and sister.

Plates by father and son ceramicist duo KH Wurtz. The official suppliers to the Copenhagen restaurant Noma.

I’m working on a Kitchen shoot at the moment and... - hannahbort

bowls by father and son ceramicist duo KH Wurtz, official suppliers to the world-renowned Copenhagen restaurant 'Noma'

by Takayuki Sakiyama textured ceramic vessel, “All of my work is inspired by the sea, especially the natural curve created by the waves. When I was in junior high school I knew I had to find a way to be an artist and live by the sea." See more at: http://beautifulpeopleliveart.com/artist-takayuri-sakiyama/

This textured ceramic vessel is by artist Sakiyama Takayuki. To see more of his work go to Galerie Pierre Marie Giraud.

Kazunori Ohnaka

Day 3 : three images of my works 2010 I was invited by three wonderful ceramic artists, Eric Schenker Ceramiques (France), Steen Kepp (Sweden), 陳淑耘.

Delft Blue Beetle via Magnus Gjoen

Delft Scarab - Limited edition print by Magnus Gjoen

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