The Ceramics Studio ‏ Jun 8 Gorgeous Bowls by Australian ceramicist Suzanna Sullivan!

Clémentine Dupré

Clémentine Dupré Art you want to touch!

Tom Stogdon, sculpteur

paradis express: Tom Stogdon I would really like to have a fountain made from something like this.


Japanese Ceramic Art by Jun Kaneko, Japan

red -  'Red Bubble Coral'  - Cathy Strokowsky: - Blown glass, flameworked glass…

Glass artist Cathy Strokowsky calls this 'Red Bubble Coral' (blown glass, flameworked glass, sandblasted, woven artificial sinew). To me, it looks like a poppy seed pod.

Heather Thompson;The shells are slip cast porcelain pistachio shells with pearls inside

I'm going to make one but from real pistachio shells. Heather Thompson “The shells are slip cast porcelain pistachio shells with pearls inside”

Points of Contention par Jonathan Latiano - Journal du Design

Points of Contention par Jonathan Latiano

Points of Contention par Jonathan Latiano - Journal du Design I like this one because it's a sculpture but it transforms the whole area

Jun Kaneko, Oval 12-05-17 2012 Glazed Ceramic

Jun Kaneko, Ovale avec un trou central, coulure rouge, 2012

Andrew Ludick Ceramics

Andrew Ludick Ceramics: New Work

Émile Gallé (1846-1904) was a French artist who worked in glass in Nancy and is considered to be one of the major forces in the French Art Nouveau movement. He continued to incorporate experimental techniques into his work and revitalized the glass industry by establishing a workshop to mass-produce his and other artists, designs. The factory would employ 300 workers and artisans at its height and remained in operation until 1936.

art nouveau fritillaries cameo glass by emile galle

Alain Mailland |  'Seven Wisemen Dancing'  Hackberry.

'Seven Wisemen Dancing' / Hackberry wood -by Alain Mailland

Claire Basler

Clare Basler, close up of artichoke.

Univers Mininga

by Danish ceramicist Beate Andersen

Jun Kaneko

black and white - ceramic - Jun Kaneko

Glass sculpture Cathy Strokowsky

These blown, sandblasted and flameworked glass pieces are by artist Cathy Strokowsky . To see more of her work go to Galerie Elena Lee .

Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian, 1890–1973). Necklace, 1938. Metal. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Beatrice Glass, 1981 (1981.517.12). © 2000–2016 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Necklace Elsa Schiaparelli 1938