Visited Studio Oyama to chat and get a sneak peek from Masayoshi Oya’s work for the coming “Kaolin 40year’s anniversary exhibition” in Stockholm. The ceramic group Kaolin was started by a couple of newly graduated students from Konstfack 1978. Kaolin today serves a meeting place for art associations, collectors and ceramics interested. The exhibition has vernissage June 2, 11–16.
Had the honor to shoot some photos for Konsthantverkscentrum. Above, ceramic by Maria Holmberg.
Above ceramic by Eva Zethraeus.
So in love with this bracelet, made by my friend Carina Östlund aka Chanelta & Love my bib.
Stephen Bird ceramics, amazing.
She teaches classes as well, Jessilla Rogers. How I would love to learn. Here, her Insta.
“Breaking New Modular System” by Uglycute.
“Puck” by Carina Seth Andersson.
“No Title” by Maria Kristofersson.
“Ordinary Pixel” by Anna Nordström.
“Nazca/Cocos” by Hilda Hellström.
“Ice Fake Marble” by Kakan Hermansson.
There is still time to bid (until 7 February). Örnbergsauktionen.
Handmade by the inimitable Claire Loder. L o v e.
We are leaving for (hopefully) some snow up north. And a date with a newborn. Talk soon.
Don’t miss the Kuma tea towel in purple and green over here.
There are few things that can make me drool like handmade ceramics. In the neighborhood, not far from where I live there is a ceramics school. I love to pass by their windows and peek into all the glories that are produced. Some of the ceramic seem to stay in the house. There are things that have been there for years. One can not help but wonder who made them.
More great ceramics.
Claire Loder is my idol. Now she will be showing a small collection of sculptures (including the piece above titled ‘Lippy’) alongside Wesley Anderegg and Cheryl Tall at Obsidian Gallery in Arizona until 5 January 2014. More about the exhibition here. And Claire’s blog.
Lauren Rolwing is an illustrator that have just finished her first line of ceramics called Laundrymat. She created a series of plates inspired by prints, garments and her clumsiness that always leads to spilling things on her clothes, especially coffee. Each plate is created by hand, by imprinting the clay with a garment.