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Karen Karnes (1925- ), American / Teapot, 1989, glazed stoneware, USA / The Donna Moog Collection, Racine Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin, USA

Time for Tea: Contemporary Ceramic Teapots from the Racine Art Museum's Collection

Jug from the Wari collection at the Cleveland Museum of Art, looks like a crazy cat!

Skull Vessel, Wari (Pachacamac) style, Middle Horizon, Epoch 2 earthenware with colored slips, Overall: x x cm

Robert Arneson, 'Advanced Stage of Ceramophilia,' 1991, Ferrin Contemporary

Available for sale from Ferrin Contemporary, Robert Arneson, Ceramic Gag No. 2 Ceramic, 13 × 11 × 7 in

Sea-Inspired Porcelian Sculptures | Karvt

actegratuit: “ Sea of Memory, Noriko Kuresumi, a Japanese artist making anemone-looking sea creatures out of porcelain. In her artist statement she writes: “ The sea is the origin of life. All lives are connected and have been supporting each.

Beatrice Wood Ceramic Luster Vase

Beatrice Wood Ceramic Luster Vase

Mayumi Yamashita  |  Variations of her 'Eve' teapot, with fluted incisions for decoration.

TeaBag Toss - place three teapots on a table. Guests stand at a pre-set distance from the table and try tossing 5 teabags into the pots. The one with the most points wins.

MAYA BEN DAVID is an industrial designer from Israel whose recent works in ceramic include elements of textiles. http://mocoloco.com/art/archives/005966.php:

MAYA BEN DAVID is an industrial designer from Israel whose recent works in ceramic include elements of textiles.

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