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(via Sakiyama Takayuki: “Listening to Waves” vase (2004.201) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

"Listening to Waves" vase, Heisei period 2004 Sakiyama Takayuki (Japanese, born Sand-glazed stoneware. Titled "Listening to Waves," ceramic sculpted by potter Sakiyama Takayuki

Tulip Garden -- Carruth Studio: Waterville, OH

Stuff seen fabric to create wall art. Like the monotone look. Mount on reclaimed wood?

Love the shapes on this piece by Halima Cassell

Halima Cassell, Pa-Kua, gallery Joanna Bird / Oooooh man, the sandcarving on this makes me feel all sorts of things! So incredible.

accessCeramics: Graham Hay / Ten by Ten

Title: Ten by Ten Series Title: Parental Style Series II Artist: Graham Hay Date: 2010 Technique: hand built Temperature: 1300 Centigrade Glazing / Surface Treatment: sealed Material: Modified Southern Ice Paperclay Porcelain

Jen McCurdy wheel-thrown porcelain: Contour Vessel

"Contour Vessel" x x Artist: Jen McCurdy, a true master of her craft, uses wheel thrown porcelain to form unique sculptures of great beauty. More beauties on Jen McCurdy Gallery Page