The imaginative ceramics by Irina Razumovskaya

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Today we want to introduce you to the imaginative ceramics by Russian artist Irina Razumovskaya, whose encounter with art started when she was as little as 5 years old and with regular visits to the Hermitage Museum and the Kustodiev Art School the following year. Irina was never too fond of Russian “cliché” cultural attributes. But after some time living in the UK, …

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Ceramics pick of the month: Karin Lehmann’s slowly moving ceramics installation

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Karin Lehmann based in bern, Switzerland has been worked on one of my favorite installations ever in Münster, Germany. Sediment Sampling documents an arrangement of 200 apparently randomly smashed clay pots. The initial shifts towards a gentle decay, slow moving and unpredictable final result since all pots are in unfired state and slowly slide, split and eventually burst when filled …

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Ceramics pick of the month: Brenda Holzke

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Los Angeles based Brenda Holzke is the selected ceramicist of September as I love her textures and shapes. The basket series is just wonderful and so on trend. Baskets are huge these days. Actually these images would fit perfectly into my September Mood Board. I am getting a bit obsessed with this kind of color palette lately.     Brenda's ceramics pieces are sculpted by …

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