Blog Posts - Ceramics



New Galleries Open at the Gallery!!

As we head into the “Last Vacation Weekend of the Summer”, I want to show off a couple of new Sunday Evening Galleries I’ve added recently.  I have to admit the images are stunning, the artwork remarkable. Please go check them out...
by Humoring The Goddess on Sep 2, 2016

Perroquet Plates

At this time of year I’m in back-to-school mode and absolutely exhausted by keeping up with the garden, so my focus shifts to the inside. I think I’ll get back outside when it gets cooler in September, as I want to rearrange some things a...
by streets of salem on Aug 18, 2016

3D Art Adventures Review And GIVEAWAY…

Modern Books kindly sent us out this Arts & Crafts Book ‘3D Art Adventures’ to review recently.  It’s full of colour and creative ideas that I certainly wouldn’t think up on my own.  Split into 5 categories – Earl...

Paint Your Own Ceramics At Home

by Home Painting Ideas on May 19, 2016

Painting Ceramics At Home

Hand Painted Pottery Ideas“Art always connects with a lot of subject areas, and we apply those every day,” Christopher Kelley, who teaches drawing and painting, ceramics and animation at at last weekend’s Rhode Island Home Show at the Rhode Is...
by Home Painting Ideas on May 15, 2016

The Wonderful World of Ceramics

  Dinnerware has come a long way from being a gloriously unstylish necessity to a chic, collectible item that is also meant for customary use. Gone are those days when the ladies of the household used to set imported and mostly mismatched crocke...
by Smartrena on May 3, 2016

All about ceramics – Visit Bat Trang village

They were coughing; I actually should call it “choking”, but they also seem to enjoy themselves. There I was, sitting in one of my favourite coffee bars (October) in Hanoi selecting and editing some of the pictures I took a few days ago. On the o...
by My Inner Mojo on Mar 21, 2016

:: simply beautiful ... sunday inspiration

1Spending a little time this Sunday searching for simple beauty. This little stand with cloche is perfection covering the spiny cactus.2Tree stumps, apothecary jars, a votive & a eucalyptus cutting.Such a simple and beautiful image.3A beauti...
by { the vintage wren } on Jan 31, 2016

Caltagirone – the Ceramic City (photos)

Eat lunch at "Non Solo Vino". Ask the locals where it is. -- This island named Sicily is magic -- The post Caltagirone – the Ceramic City (photos) appeared first on Living In Sicily - Vardag På Sicilien.
by Living In Sicily on Jan 28, 2016

Ceramic Sculptures That Look Like Wood.

Christopher David White is an American artist that creates hyperrealistic sculptures that explore themes of growth and decay. Many of his sculptures are made from ceramic, further brought to life with acrylic paint. In his artist statement, White exp...
by Simple.Interesting on Jan 7, 2016

Hachioji Temple Komainu

八王子神社, 瑞浪市Hachioji Shrine in the middle of nowhere in Mizunami in Gifu Prefecture claims to have the largest komainu statues in Japan, confirmed by the Guinness Book of Records.Komainu are the pair of guardians seen at the entrance to...
by Japan Visitor on Dec 29, 2015

Chimneys, Mantles & Mice

I just finished sweeping up the last bits of mortar and plaster dust in the house, the consequences of some oddly-timed house projects: a major rebuilding of two of our towering chimneys and some minor plastering and painting in our central hallway.
by streets of salem on Dec 24, 2015

Liburan ke Museum Keramik Jakarta

Time flies over us, but leaves its shadow behind. Nathaniel Hawthorne Hello World Jakarta, 29 November 2015 Meski sudah tinggal di Jakarta dua tahun menjelang tiga tahun, tapi masuk ke dalamnya Museum Seni Rupa… Baca lebih lanjut →...
by Indonesian Backpacker on Nov 30, 2015

Liburan ke Museum Keramik Jakarta

Time flies over us, but leaves its shadow behind. Nathaniel Hawthorne Hello World Jakarta, 29 November 2015 Meski sudah tinggal di Jakarta dua tahun menjelang tiga tahun, tapi masuk ke dalamnya Museum Seni Rupa… Baca lebih lanjut →...
by Indonesian Backpacker on Nov 30, 2015

Best Paint for Glass, Ceramics and Metal

  Over the years, I have received a lot of questions asking what is the best paint for glass, ceramics and metal.  It’s a popular question because there are so many paints out there that just don’t really work, stick or … Con...
by The Creativity Exchange on Nov 16, 2015

Ceramics To Paint At Home

Greenware Ceramics to PaintDrape your faux cobwebs and mossy swags with glitter and metallic stars. Better Homes & Gardens suggests spray-painting a few Ken dolls Oscar gold; they have a how-to guide at www.bhg.com. You could use the statuettes a...
by Home Painting Ideas on Nov 15, 2015

Berman Ceramic Arts

Styleture fans in the Los Angeles area, we’d like to alert you to an upcoming art event and celebration you surely won’t want to miss. Berman Ceramic Arts is having their holiday sale on Saturday and Sunday, November 14-15. Nineteen ceramicists w...

It’s In the Doing – by Paul J. Stam

I am baffled by the amount of complaining that swamps the Internet about how hard it is to write. So much that I wonder why people bother to write. There is a plethora of articles such as: Dealing With Writer’s … Continue reading →...
by Second Wind Publishing on Oct 24, 2015

Scholarship and Shopping

Few moments are more exciting for me than when my intellectual and material endeavors merge, and believe me, they are fleeting! One happened this past Saturday. I had been struggling with two pieces that I am writing for publication on Frank Cousins,...
by streets of salem on Sep 14, 2015

Stacked Ceramics: Shop Floor Made from 25,000 Pieces of Pottery

A 400-year-old ceramics studio in Japan has completely remodeled their store with a most remarkable addition: a walkable surface constructed from a stack of ...
by WebUrbanist on Sep 12, 2015


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