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Forms of Nature Created from Thousands of Ceramic Shards by Zemer Peled
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Israeli artist Zemer Peled uses ceramics to make very beautiful sculptures which are shaped like flowers and aquatic plants.

What most of us might dismiss us rubbish, Israeli artist Zemer Peled sees the remains of broken ceramics as parts of something bigger.

'Pair by the sea' 2014 cm Porcelain shards, fired clay

Céramique Contemporaine with Ayelet LeSly and Zemer Peled.

Forms of Nature Created from Thousands of Ceramic Shards by Zemer Peled
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Keepers' @ Skinner/Howard www.squarecylinder.com800 × 600Search by image Mary Alison Lucas, "Blister", "Sprout", "Thyme", 2009, stoneware clay, finish nails, casting slip, low-fire glaze, varying dimensions
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Keepers' @ Skinner/Howard www.squarecylinder.com800 × 600Search by image Mary Alison Lucas, "Blister", "Sprout", "Thyme", 2009, stoneware clay, finish nails, casting slip, low-fire glaze, varying dimensions

Keepers' @ Skinner/Howard  www.squarecylinder.com800 × 600Search by image Mary Alison Lucas, "Blister", "Sprout", "Thyme", 2009, stoneware clay, finish nails, casting slip, low-fire glaze, varying dimensions
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Ceramic Coral Reefs
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Courtney Mattison, Our Changing Seas III, Glazed stoneware and porcelain, 10 x 14 x 2 feet, Courtesy of the Artist. Photograph by Arthur Evans.

Ceramic Coral Reefs

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Осколки моря и цветов: скульптуры из керамики Zemer Peled: публикации и мастер-классы – Ярмарка Мастеров

Sculptures assembled from thousands of pieces of broken ceramics by Israeli artist Zemer Peled.

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LINDSAY FEUER

Hybrid Mergence No. 2 by Lindsy Feuer Lindsay Feuer is a ceramic artist born and raised outside of Philadelphia. She creates unique and whimsical porcelain sculptures inspired by organic forms in nature.

Therese Lebrun

A favorite medium of mine is ceramic – porcelain can be translucent, stoneware can be chalky and strong, and some can be nearly paperlike and sculptural. The work of Thérèse Lebrun is just th…

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Alma mater noire et orange

Shilpa Gupta

Shilpa Gupta, 2010 - a tough, opaque, layered cocoon of cocoons. Each cocoon is fed from the central larger cocoon.

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