Tag : Ceramic Sculptures

Decorated Ceramics By Nadya and Olga

Artists Nadya And Olga Creates Beautiful Miniature Ceramic Sculptures

Russian artists Nadya and Olga creates beautiful miniature ceramic sculptures with lovely details. They love to create ceramics ornate with enchanting figure sculptures in miniature that look like characters from children’s storybooks. Nadya and Olga, both of them are 37. They are best friends since childhood. They are different, but…

Spanish Artist Carlos Cabo Creates Amazing Abstract Figurative Ceramic Sculptures

Spanish artist Carlos Cabo creates elegant and amazing abstract figurative ceramic sculptures. Clay is incredibly malleable and versatile, allowing artists to mold the material into a wide array of forms. Carlos masters in clay art and he creates figure sculptures out of clay that reinterpret the human anatomy and forms…

Artist Lisa Stevens Creates Incredible Ceramic Sculptures Of Aquatic Life

Bristol-based artist Lisa Stevens creates incredible ceramic sculptures of aquatic life. Lisa designs very detailed sculptures that mimic sea life and natural elements. Most of her works are made of high-fired porcelain clay that becomes translucent when light shines through it. The sculptor often uses stoneware glazes, underglaze, or melted…

Artist Nastia Calaca Creates Cutest Ceramic Sculptures Of Animals

Artist Nastia Calaca Creates Cutest Ceramic Sculptures Of Animals

Ukrainian-born artist Nastia Calaca creates cutest ceramic sculptures of anthropomorphized animals. She moved to the Netherlands about 5 years ago, where she set up my studio in the historic center of Haarlem, a beautiful and cozy city in 20min from Amsterdam. Nastia always been dreaming of becoming an illustrator. Creating…

Artist Haejin Lee Creates Inspiring Surrealist Ceramic Sculptures

South Korean born and Canada-based artist Haejin Lee creates inspiring surrealist ceramic sculptures. She creates beautiful tableware in addition to contemporary sculptures. In her words “I like to decompose a finished shape and then reassemble the parts into a different presentation. Decomposing a well made shape gives me sense of…

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