Ceramicist of the month: Simon Zsolt

Today’s ceramicist of the month Simon Zsolt Jozsef  shows the exceptional sculptural work below and these pieces are one of the reasons we like to share the art of ceramics so much with you. We love his approach to life and work: he describes it all as a ‚movement’ – and his philosophy relates so close […]

Meet ceramicist of the month Jongjin Park

ceramicist of the month Jongjin Park

The outstanding work of our ceramicist of the month Jongjin Park, who is originally from Korea, will be shown at the London Art Fair from the 18. to 22. of January, where he will be represented by the Cynthia Corbett Gallery. His ceramics are pieces of art, sculptures, that by a closer look only show the […]

Ceramics pick of the month: Coral Ceramics by Courtney Mattison 

Courtney Mattinson-A reflection on our changing seas-Eclectic Trends

Courtney Mattinson‘s coral ceramics installation is a reflection on our changing seas. When asking creatives about their source of inspiration, you will often receive the answer, that nature has an immense impact on so many. It is only comprehensible, as probably most of us will know this feeling. Nature’s reservoir of treasures is overwhelming and […]

Ceramicist of the month: Lukas Wegwerth

Ceramicist of the month: Lukas Wegwerth

A while back we stumbled over the exquisite work of Lukas Wegwerth online and started looking for more. Only a few articles can be found about him and his work – we would love to add more praise on his outstanding ceramics and hope you will be as enthusiastic about his vases as we are! […]

Ceramics pick of the month: Tina Vlassopulos

Tina Vlassopolus Ceramics - Eclectic Trends

Tina Vlassopulos is a studio potter based in London producing one off hand built vessels in beautiful organic and sculptural forms. I always admire artisans who have a clear signature and Tina is definitely one of these. Educated at Bristol Polytechnic, she builds pieces that look different from every angle and are full of movement with […]