The inspiration for Clare Gage’s designs comes from her love of textiles. Every porcelain vase has the looks of cloth with lace and sew particulars all recreated in clay to create practical and ornamental vases. The designs begin life as material pieces hand woven by Clare and remodeled into bespoke moulds. These moulds are used to create her distinctive porcelain vases. The Patchwork Vase is a favourite from the Vase Collection. Large enough for a shocking bouquet this design displays your flowers fantastically. The tender white colour of the porcelain is an ideal colour to show flowers of all colours whereas the fragile detail on the vases attracts your eye. If you’re in search of a distinctive porcelain vase then you definitely’ll take pleasure in Clare’s collection.
We began off the semester by making quite a lot of vase varieties. One modern ceramic artist I have at all times admired for her work but particularly her vases is Sanam Emami. Her vases are unlike something I’ve ever seen before and her method to organising totally different spouts for the flowers to develop in remind me of how flowers really bloom themselves.
It is essential to not simply think about what is going to look great with your flowers, but also what’s going to work finest with the model of your property. A flower arrangement could be a huge visible centerpiece, so it’s vital to put it in something that’s complimentary to the flowers themselves, and is engaging by itself. Simpler vases are inclined to work higher for extra extravagant flower preparations, or any association where you want to draw consideration to the easy beauty of the flower itself. In case you’re searching for an empty vase to work as an accent piece, discover one thing in a enjoyable colour or pattern that works with your property’s fashion.
Ding pottery was made in Ding Xian, Hebei Province, south-west of Beijing. It was the best porcelain made in northern China firstly of the Tune, and became the primary variety officially adopted by the Emperor. Ding paste is white, sometimes coated with a transparent glaze, though more rare Ding porcelain was glazed black or brown. On the whole, Ding ware relied extra on the magnificence of its form than the boldness of its ornament.
I’m a ceramic artist with a ardour for drawing. My ceramic statements are a inventive response to the literary sources I select to read. I am also an educational, not too long ago appointed Director of the FADA Gallery at the University of Johannesburg. I am an artist that celebrates the handmade, with strong ideas and meaning that straddles the disciplines of ceramics, sculpture, drawing, artist’s books, digital printing, animation, video or digital projection Installation and in the end design.