'Preoccupied' (2008) from the artist's series,"Underwater thoughts" by Dutch ceramic artist Evelien Sipkes (b.1955). Iron wire, porcelain, 13 x 9 cm. via the artist's site

'Preoccupied' from the artist's series,"Underwater thoughts" by Dutch ceramic artist Evelien Sipkes Iron wire, porcelain, 13 x 9 cm.

Il y a quelques semaines, Vicky vous présentait le magnifique travail de Vanessa Hogge et son univers floral en céramique. À mon tour de vous présenter Hitomi Hosono. Installée à Londres et mélange…

Hitomi Hosono

Il y a quelques semaines, Vicky vous présentait le magnifique travail de Vanessa Hogge et son univers floral en céramique. À mon tour de vous présenter Hitomi Hosono. Installée à Londres et mélange…

Hitomi Hosono: Black Wisteria Square Box

Hitomi Hosono, Black Wisteria Square Box, 2012 Moulded and hand-built black porcelain with red gold leaf interior Height Width

“ Swirling ceramic art by Fenella Elms. ”

Looking like some irresistible cross between swirling windblown feathers and soft soft scales, these works of art by Fenella Elms are sure to have your fingers twitching for a feel. Tumblers based on Texture

Изысканные скульптуры из фарфора от Хитоми Хосоно

Изысканные скульптуры из фарфора от Хитоми Хосоно

Hitomi Hosono, A Dancing Feather Leaves Bowl, 2015 Moulded, carved and hand-built porcelain with interior of dancing sprigs, x 10 in.

Фарфоровые скульптуры, похожие на композиции из...

Merging botanical forms from England with the delicate plant shapes from her childhood in Japan, ceramic artist Hitomi Hosono produces delicate layered sculptures that appear as frozen floral arran…

Born and raised in Japan,  London-based ceramic artist Hitomi Hosono creates graceful boxes, towers and vessels using a technique called ‘sprigging’. - See more at: http://www.dailyartmuse.com/2013/11/25/hitomi-hosono-purely-porcelain/#sthash.MHlRKPKe.dpuf

London-based ceramic artist Hitomi Hosono creates graceful boxes, towers and vessels using a technique called ‘sprigging’.

Флористический фарфор Хитоми Хосоно

The house of Perrier-Jouët has certainly been keeping itself busy this Spring; the French champagne marque has announced London-based ceramicist Hitomi Hosono as the winner of the inaugural Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize.

Israeli ceramicist Michal Fargo produces these vases by ripping blocks of spongy foam into rough shapes before dipping them in porcelain and firing them.

Vases – Home Decor : Israeli ceramicist Michal Fargo produces these vases by ripping blocks of spongy foam into rough shapes before dipping them in porcelain and firing them.

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Hitomi Hosono, a London-based ceramic artist who creates botanical ceramic sculptures. Her lifelike depictions of foliage has just landed her an inaugural Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize, a brand new award officiated by the famous producer of Champagne.

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