13 août 2014

Friedemann Bühler Wooden Vessels

Friedemann Bühler, Vase shaped vessel, bleached ash, brushed and sandblasted. Photo by Richard Becker.  Friedemann Bühler, Tall vessel, bleached ash, brushed surface. Photo by Richard Becker.  Friedemann Bühler, Tall vase shaped vessel, bleached ash, brushed surface. Photo by Richard Becker. Friedemann Bühler, Bowl, blackened oak, brushed, sandblasted. Photo by Richard Becker. Friedemann Bühler, Cut-in bowl, bleached ash, brushed and sandblasted. Photo... [Lire la suite]
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10 août 2014

Jean Girel contemporary porcelain

Jean Girel, Grand Disque Bi, 2012. Glazed porcelain, 15 3/4 × 15 3/4 in 40 × 40 cm. Unique.  Signed and dated: Jean Girel, 12.  Contact For Price.  Jean Girel, Paysage Vase, 2008. Glazed porcelain, 9 1/4 × 8 × 8 in 23.5 × 20.3 × 20.3 cm. Unique. Signed and dated: Jean Girel, 08. Contact For Price.  Jean Girel, Boîte à l'Eléphant, 2012. Glazed porcelain, 8 1/4 × 7 3/4 × 7 3/4 in 21 × 19.7 × 19.7 cm. Unique. Signed and dated: Jean Girel, 12. Contact For Price. Jean Girel, Vase, 2013.... [Lire la suite]
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09 août 2014

Simone Crestani - Contemporary glass artist

Simone Crestani - Contemporary glass artist
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30 juillet 2014

A selection of Barbara Nanning's works at Pierre Marie Giraud Gallery

Barbara Nanning, Untitled, 2014, glass, blue gold, 18 x 30 x 22 cm © Barbara Nanning and Pierre Marie Giraud Gallery. Evolution, a term for mapping out a piece of artistic history in a Darwinian manner. But not in a rigid way, just as nature does not let itself be governed by systematic laws that are all too strict. The oeuvre of Barbara Nanning is a continuum of objects that can be classified into groups, as if species and families. Her new objects follow from the preceding ones. Ideas often continue... [Lire la suite]
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27 juillet 2014

Nile G. & Michelle Fahmy at the 38th Annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show

Nile G. & Michelle Fahmy, Salt Lake City, UT;  Metal. Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. 'We are metalsmiths. We apply traditional smithing techniques to base & precious metals to create seamless vessels. The techniques we use include raising, chasing, & repousse. These techniques are all aspects of the forging process & forging is the most basic way to define our method of creation. We use our hands to direct hammers onto the surface of metal & thereby alter the metal into something entirely new... [Lire la suite]
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27 juillet 2014

Laura Kramer Glass at the 38th Annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show

Laura Kramer, Barrington,RI; Glass. Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. 'My work is inspired by the cabinets of curiosities. I am interested in the hybridity of materials and creating objects that are suspended between the natural and the handmade.' Laura Kramer Laura Kramer, Barrington,RI; Glass. Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show.   Laura Kramer, Barrington,RI; Glass. Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. Laura Kramer, Barrington,RI; Glass. Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show.   Laura Kramer,... [Lire la suite]
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27 juillet 2014

Simon Van der Ven Ceramics at the 38th Annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show

Simon Van der Ven, Lincolnville, ME; ceramics. Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. So often, people tell me,”I just want to touch your work.” I love hearing that. I form, carve, polish, and glaze to invite physical interaction. I am intrigued by pattern and look for those that I can understand phenomenologically rather than specifically. I know I have it right, when one person says, “That reminds me of coral,” another says, “lacy stinkhorn”, and another says, “blood vessels.” I make art as a way to understand the world I live... [Lire la suite]
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27 juillet 2014

Teresa Chang ceramics at the 38th annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show

Teresa Chang, Philadelphia, PA; ceramics. Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. 'Functional craft has the potential to bring great beauty everyday life. As a practical ceramist who loves food, my passion for everyday tableware is natural. All work is made of porcelain thrown on the potter's wheel'. Teresa Chang Teresa Chang, Philadelphia, PA; ceramics. Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. Teresa Chang, Philadelphia, PA; ceramics. Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. Teresa... [Lire la suite]
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27 juillet 2014

Lulu Fichter ceramics at the 38th annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show

Lulu Fichter, Peterborough, NH; ceramic. Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. 'I have found that living and working in the space between clay’s opposites to be a challenge that continues to motivate me. Clay is cool and moist yet requires the fiery heat of the kiln. It's soft and malleable yet rigid and brittle. Clay is inert and inorganic, a mixture of silicas and aluminas, yet it is also in some ways alive and unpredictable. Whether throwing, pinching, slicing, piercing or embossing, the sensual feel of the porcelain enhances... [Lire la suite]
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27 juillet 2014

38th Annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show hosts more than 195 craft artists for 4-day premier event

Desiree Delong, Brooklyn, NY; semi-precious jewelry PHILADELPHIA, PA.- More than 195 contemporary fine craft artists from across the U.S. will exhibit and sell their work at the 38th annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, held Nov. 6 to 9 with an opening night gala on Nov. 5. Presented annually by the Museum Women’s Committee and Craft Show Committee, the event showcases the country’s finest craft artists and attracts some 18,000 visitors to the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia over four days.  The highly... [Lire la suite]
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