Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Summer mood

I was listening to "Summer time " the other day.
I love the song, I always listen it when summer starts.

Monday, November 24, 2014

Wednesday, November 19, 2014


                                                          Coral nest by Jennifer McCurdy
                                                                 Jennifer McCurdy

I found it on this awesome blog about contemporary forms of baskets: contemporarybasketry .

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Pas de deux


                                                                      via:   sophiedecrane

                Artist Sophie de Crane translates beautifully into clay her sensibility and particular sensations choosing to work with pieces put into a dual relation. Although all of her forms share the same pureness of line and balance each new work is a sentence that invites you to discover the meaning behind the curved form.
                                                                 photo credit : sophiedecrane

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Silhouettes between the lines

 Between the lines there is the human figure that stands defined not by the space it ocupies but by the profile he traces.There is more to form than just the edges of concrete.

I love the simple yet so deep concept behind theese silhouettes created by the ceramic artist Greg Payce.

  discover more about the artist throught the lens of   heidimckenzie

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Black is the new pink

I found some great things this november on etsy. I love these black cups, such great design with a modern edge.

check them out here : spiky-mug
and here: black-porcelain-cups-set-of-two-ceramic
Also see my treasury including them : mood-orange

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Autumn landscapes

 As the autumn unfolds its magical colors I find the works of Pippin Drysdale to be the perfect translation  for the colors and sensations this season has to offer.
I love the intricate details and the subtle tones that result after a laborious work. It almost seems to me like a meditative process following the contemplation stage.

"Drysdale thinks of the development of each series of her vessels, in this case the Tanami series, as a journey back to the sensations and colours that she first experienced traveling through the landscape, engaging with it at a distance and at close quarters.
Both dream and memory are therefore intense fragments of sensation, pattern and colour.
There is no picture, no composition no cipher for the land as whole. There are merely sensations so intense that they can act as a detailed guide to the form of each vessel, to the quality of glazes, the dry, dense or silky surface and the patterns and shadows that fall across it...
...These passionate eidetic memories guide her every move in the studio. Her greatest work happens at the moment that they become the subconscious core of the piece.
All her preparation and research is merely the road to this moment." David Bromfield